For many countries around the world, including the UK, the US and Australia, 10 June 2013 marks the start of Men’s Health Week.The aim of this week is to increase awareness of preventable health problems, and encourage early detection and treatment of disease among men and boys.
The research from Harvard School of Public Health(HSPH) found that early life exposure to pollution including diesel particulates, mercury and lead, could contribute to high risk of autism disorders among kids. The conclusion come after they analyze data from 116,430 nurses participating in the Nurses’ Health Study II, an on-going survey that began in 1989. The result involved 325 autism children and most of them lived in areas with higher
Happy holiday. I think most of us love this day. No stress, no work but if we spend the holiday in bad habit it could affect your sleep patterns, weight loss efforts and stress level. Read this 6 weekend mistakes that we need to avoid. 1. Sleeping In Too Late – Many people have their weekend schedules that can effect to our sleep pattern. Staying until late at night and
Do you have problem with mole that exist in your face. It make your confidence level low. Read this natural tips for mole removal :- # Garlic is considered as an antibiotic because of its immense anti-inflammatory properties. Grind a clove of garlic, keep it on the mole, and cover the part with a bandage, which should be removed the next day.
As we know, smoking is bad in health. Malaysian government has made many campaign to reduce citizen to avoid smoking. The latest news is Malaysian health ministry has make decision to ask cigarette companies to reduce tar and nicotine content in cigarettes. Minister of Health Ministry, Datuk Seri Dr S. Subramaniam in the press statement told reporters “”We want tar content in a stick (of cigarette) to be reduced from
As, I’ve wrote in my previous post that Malaysia ministry recalls bubble tea product due to healthy reason. This situation effect the local bubble tea shops. To ensure their customer safety, some of local shops have been sending the tapioca pearls or balls used for testing to ensure they are free of maleic acid. Bubble tea company, Ochado’s business sent their product for testing two weeks ago after hearing that