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What is the Condition Known as Varicose Eczema?

Added February 23, 2017, Under: Diseases

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Varicose eczema is a skin condition caused by increased pressure in the veins of the legs.  It is a chronic inflammation of the outer layers of the skin - but it is not contagious. This condition usually affects older women and can take some time to heal. It is the skin on or near the varicose veins in the legs, and on the ankles, that is most affected.  Being overweight puts you more at risk. While moisturisers, steroid ointments and compression stockings are ...

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Combine Epsom Salts & Lavender Essential Oil for a Comforting Bathtime

Added February 18, 2017, Under: Health, How To

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We have written about the health benefits of Epsom Salts before and of course we are very fond of essentials oils. Now you can combine the two and gain even more benefits. Combining Epsom Salts with Lavender Essential Oil and other ingredients makes an ideal restoration and relaxation soaking experience - for both mind and body - reducing stress, preventing colds and flu and topping up your mineral levels Of course, Lavender Essential Oil is well known for helping to promote a good ...

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How To Achieve That Healthy Glow!

Added February 15, 2017, Under: How To, Skin Conditions, Vitamin D

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Researchers have come to the conclusion that a healthy glow does not necessarily mean you are actually healthy. The researchers say that, while a diet rich in fruit and vegetables is of course good for you and the natural result of beta-carotenes (the same substance that produces the orange color found in carrots) could be a healthy glow to the skin, taking beta-carotene supplements were not likely to have the same healthy benefits in spite of adding color to the skin. Is ...

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Feeding the Fear with These Future Diseases

Added February 11, 2017, Under: Diseases

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You may have noticed that over the past years, and even decades, there has been a very regular trend to highlight an "emerging disease". While the disease itself might well have been worthy of concern and action, the ensuing hype and panic (generated by governments and media alike) would often throw the seriousness and extent of such an outbreak completely out of all proportion. While we all have an inbuilt biological fear to keep us alive when we sense danger, there is ...

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Is There a Link Between Lack of Sleep & Lack of Libido?

Added February 6, 2017, Under: How To, Women's Health

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This post is especially for older women who often suffer from sleeping problems. But they might not realise that sleeping problems can lead to sex problems too. If she can have the benefit of uninterrupted sleep night after night, an older woman is much more likely to have an increased sexual appetite and increased satisfaction too. Why is this? According to the Director of the North American Menopause Society, Dr JoAnn Pinkerton, she says: "Women and health care providers need to recognize the ...

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Would You Like to be Able to Wash Your Phone Along With Your Hands?

Added February 3, 2017, Under: Health, How To, Technology, Top 10

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Many are very concerned about picking up germs from everything they touch and use - and we have written before about the many public places that can be teeming with these nasties. The almost indispensable cell phone is one such place with a 2012 study claiming that the average phone can have up to ten times more germs than a regular toilet seat. Now the "washable" smart phone has been invented by a Japanese company - Kyocera. The washable smart phone The Kyocera Rafre ...

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The Healthy Way to Bake & Eat Banana Bread!

Added January 28, 2017, Under: Diets, How To, Nutrition

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Looking for a healthy banana bread which is minus both the gluten and the white processed sugar, then this might be your solution?  Oats are used in place of wheat flour. Just be aware, in case it is relevant, that many oats are manufactured in facilities that also handle wheat, and some people with gluten intolerance also cannot tolerate avenin, the protein in oats. I have made this banana bread myself and it was delicious... These are the ingredients 3 medium very ripe bananas. ...

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Natural Remedies for Young Babies Who Cry from Colic

Added January 25, 2017, Under: Babies, Children's Health, How To, New Moms, Parents

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Moms and dads find it really hard and frustrating when their young baby is constantly fussing and crying. They wonder if they are doing something wrong when all the time it could be something as simple (or as complicated) as colic. Acupuncture for babies Although met with scepticism, research from Sweden has claimed that babies with colic may cry less if they are treated with acupuncture.   The recent study has been published in the British Medical Journal Acupuncture in Medicine. The study ...

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Make All Round Laundry Savings With These Wool Dryer Balls

Added January 23, 2017, Under: Environment, How To, Skin Conditions

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Here is something new to try, saving on your electricity and dryer use as well as reducing static and making your clothes softer. Try these felted wool dryer balls as a safe and natural addition to your laundry process.  As the felted wool gently rubs against your clothing fibers, it softens clothes naturally while separating clothes. Many consumers are happy to use dryer sheets. Unfortunately, these are toxic. Dryer sheets are designed to stay on clothing for a long period of time and slowly release ...

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Wrinkles & Do They Have a Future?

Added January 16, 2017, Under: How To, Skin Conditions, Technology

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How do you feel about wrinkles?  Were you horrified when they started to appear or do you look upon them as a necessary part of growing older?  Would you make them less noticeable if you could? Wrinkles and the global anti-aging beauty market is big business with an annual value of over one hundred billion dollars which says a lot about how many people actually feel about the onset of wrinkles and other signs of aging. They want to get rid of ...

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