Read the below tips for preventing acne Believe it or not, there are some things that you can do to prevent acne. While you may not be able to totally escape the problem, using these tips can help you overcome the problem and prevent further problems as well. Whether you have acne and want to prevent it from getting worse or you have never had it and don’t want to
By John Smith Cialis and Viagra have been the little pill saviours of the male world ever since their inception, but it seems the population of young Viagra and Cialis poppers is expanding by the day. Sadly, that’s not what the pill was first created for. Viagra pills and Cialis 5mg pills are meant to be used only if you have a prescription from your doctor stating that you do
written by: Michelle Rivers A healthy vagina naturally has a number of bacteria and a little amount of yeast cells. But once the balance of these organisms is distorted, it leads to vaginal infections such as yeast infection, urinary tract infection, and the like. If you have an abnormally excessive discharge or it looks different than before especially when it emits a foul odor, better consider these 5 ways to
When you need to consult a Dermatologist (A physician that studies the skin (derma) Acne Vulgaris: Acne is a word derived from the Latin meaning “Peak or point” Vulgaris is a disorder of the skin. Everyone’s’ skin has thousands of microscopic pores that are there for the purpose of cooling the body through sweat emissions through these pores, grooming the skin and hair with the emissions of natural oils emitted
Do you know that there’s a skin syndrome cause by laptop ? The syndrome called Toasted Skin Syndrome.
There’s a research running will help more than walking to lose weight. Paul Williams, a staff scientist at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in California suggest that running cold lose weight more than walk. The same amount of exercise in adults with a body mass index over 28 (deemed overweight) resulted in 90 percent greater weight loss for runners compared to walkers. The new study published in the April issue of