Posts Tagged“health”

Colour correction cream — better known as CC cream — is a must-have item for your makeup case. This cream helps to even out your skin tone and is incredibly lightweight, making it the perfect low-brow foundation. Not to be confused with BB creams (beauty balm creams), CC creams offer more coverage and cover skin imperfections. Of course, there is a time and place for both of these alphabet creams.   With that said, finding the right CC cream can make a world of difference for your makeup routine. CC creams are an all in one product with colour correcting,…

With GCSE season in full-swing, discussions have turned once again to the level of stress students are put under to perform well in these exams. With the intensity of the tests increasing each year, it’s safe to say that the levels of stress are on the rise for these young minds too. But is this stress a natural motivator, or are we pushing students to the point of toxic stress levels that could cause mental health problems to develop? According to a recent report by Tes Global, support company Childline delivered 2,795 counselling sessions for exam stress between 2018 and…

Unfortunately, a lot of us suffer from musculoskeletal pain — in fact, there’s more than 10,000 GP consultations for the problem recorded across the UK on an annual basis. Long-term chronic pain conditions can sometimes develop from this issue, including osteoporosis, back pain, and osteoarthritis. Although sufferers of these conditions may never find a cure, they may find that gentle exercise and medication can help. In addition to these, dietary changes can also help, read on as we explore more… Introducing high-protein foods Dietary advisors recommend that sufferers of chronic pain should follow a high-protein based diet. According to one…

With your busy schedule, it can be difficult to find time to take that senior loved one in your life to their health care appointments, or check up on them frequently. And for them, leaving the house regularly for health care appointments can be a source of stress and even embarrassment. Not to mention the fact that, while they wait at home, it can get lonesome. A better alternative for everyone is to look into home health care. Not only does it allow the senior loved one in your life to “age in place”, but it provides them with some…

Getting your kids involved in sports is an important endeavor. Sports teaches kids how to get along with others, how to make new friends, overcome challenges, and how to compete in a structured environment. Sport also get kids physically active which keeps them physically happy & healthy. Sport helps them build up strong hearts, lungs, and muscles while giving them a consistent reason to push themselves. As your kids grow older they will appreciate the many benefits they gained from participating in sports. Sports can also be dangerous sometimes so you must be careful. Kids may get injured while playing…

If you are affected by chronic pain in your life, then you know the challenges it creates. Pain gets in the way of every good time, always flaring up when you least want it. It comes in like a hammer on a birthday cake ruining things when you should be enjoying them. The pain itself isn’t the only problem. Knowing pain can strike at any moment is equally debilitating. Just knowing that no matter what you’re doing or how much you are enjoying yourself, pain can strike at any second. This can cause fear and frustration keeping you from doing…

John Kang WebMD is a highly experienced general surgeon, a specialized surgical oncologist and even a successful businessman. His work was always ethical and the focus was always put on finding ways to help those that need it the most. That is why we should highlight what he says about how to choose the best possible general surgeon. The following are the best tips from John Kang MD. The Primary Care Provider Whenever you want to find the best possible surgeon, your first recommendations will come from the primary care provider. Whenever someone is recommended, the important thing to do…

As you’ve gotten older, you’ve noticed your body undergo numerous changes — most of them not so good. But perhaps the most annoying development you’ve experienced is the formation of cellulite — those annoying dimples and lumps in your skin. The good news? You don’t have to live with cellulite forever. Cellulite reduction is possible through companies such as Sono Bello, which highlight their cosmetic procedures on such social medial platforms as Instagram. Cellulite goes by many names, including the mattress phenomenon, hail damage, cottage-cheese skin, and even orange-peel skin. No matter what you call it, it’s a phenomenon that…

If you’re trying to get pregnant, then anything that can give you an insight into when you’re ovulating, or better yet, can predict when you’re going to ovulate, is worth a look. An accurate prediction of the days in each cycle when you’re fertile let you know you’re trying to get pregnant at the time when it’s most likely to succeed. One of the most common ways to check if you’re ovulating are OPKs. That’s an abbreviation of ‘Ovulation Predictor Kits’, they’re available from chemists and supermarkets, and work like pregnancy tests. They test your urine for a particular hormone…

Dr. Victoria J Mondloch is an expert in female physiology and anatomy and is fully trained and experienced in all of the intimate workings of the female reproductive system. She can give you a check up to ensure that everything is in good working order, she can advise women through pregnancy. She can carry out hysterectomies, ultrasounds, laparoscopies and offer advice on issues such as the menopause, infertility and endometriosis. If you need this guidance pop along to her practice in Waukesha, Wisconsin. The training that is required to do her job is to initially graduate from High School. Biology…