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
Are you overweight or obese for worse? If yes; don’t worry because most people are nowadays. You may be a regular visitor to a burger or pizza outlet, or you may be skipping meals to get into shape. Either way, you gain pounds as any form of extreme diet is bound to make you gain weight. You must provide your body exactly what it wants to stay healthy-neither more nor
By Ale Rossi A friend of mine just told me the interesting news that he’s going to ask one of the loveliest ladies in his class to the prom. Classic romance, isn’t it! In every sense of the word! Need I say more that I’m overjoyed for him, and for her. Proms only come once in a lifetime and are meant to be enjoyed. While chatting on Facebook with him
There are a myriad of careers open for those wishing to work in the health sector. It is the biggest employment sector in the country, with opportunities in the National Health Service, in the private sector and also in the voluntary sector and with charities. Here is a selection of health sector workers employed in a variety of settings.
Impotence is a very common problem, which is most commonly associated with older men; however, research has shown that veterans and returning soldiers have an increased risk of erectile dysfunction. Erectile dysfunction occurs when a man is unable to get or sustain an erection. What causes impotence and why is it more common in soldiers returning from combat? Impotence is much more common than you may think and it has
With flu season fiercely upon us, AL.com, an online news network in Alabama, asked Dr. Turner Overton, a doctor in the Division of Infectious Diseases at UAB who is leading a flu vaccine study, and Dr. Mary McIntyre, the assistant state health officer for disease control with the Alabama Department of Public Health, to answer questions from the public on the flu and the flu vaccine. Stacy Collett of BiztechMagazine.com