Video : Heart Risk Disease Factor

Hello.. In this entry, it’s about heart risk disease factor. Maybe it will give more knowledge.. Watch the video.. Source :- National Heart Lung and Blood Institute

Hepatitis C Now Kills More Americans Than HIV

Hepatitis C have increased deaths cases in the United States in recent years. More American will die of Hepatitis C than HIV according to 1999-2007 data reviewed by US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Most of the dying age are in the middle aged. About 3.2 million Americans are infected with Hepatitis C that can become a cancer and cirrhosis. The Hepatitis C will be spread through injection

Nick Cannon Hospitalized for Blood Clot In His Lungs

gif image hosting Nick Cannon, an American actor, comedian was hospitalized last month for kidney problems. SOurces from New York Daily News reported that Cannon went to the hospital last Friday because of blood clots in his lungs and enlarged heart ventricle. His kidneys are reportedly doing fine but Cannon said that having to fly a lot because of his jobs were a huge factor in the blood clots in

Allergic to Love

It sound funny when I’m reading the title of the article but it is really happen. Even in love, there’s an allergies that you must through it. Just read it 1. Wining and dining triggers sneezing and wheezing A romantic candlelight dinner with wine is not the time to find out you’re allergic to alcohol. The sulfites in red wine (and beer) can cause symptoms ranging from mild to severe

Winter Can Pose Hazards for Seniors

SATURDAY, Feb. 4 (HealthDay News) — Winter weather can be challenging for some seniors, especially those with mobility or other health issues. Image Hosting But planning ahead, and enlisting the help of adult children, neighbors or caregivers when needed, can help seniors stay safe and mobile during the cold months. “Snow and ice, cold temperatures and heating devices are all potential safety hazards that result in a number of accidents

Kiera Knightley deal with dsylexia

As we know, many celebrity come with dsylexia problem. One of them is UK actress, Keira Knightley. She has dsylexia problem in his childhoold and dealt it by reading Emma Thompson’s Oscar-winning screenplay, Sense and Sensibility. The actress told GQ magazine that she learned to bypass the dsylexia by focusing on the script and imagine what Thompson will do. “My mum, who worked with her on Sense and Sensibility got