White Vinegar Is An Inexpensive & Eco Friendly Home Remedy In Your Kitchen |

Added June 30, 2010, Under: Environment, Health, Skin Conditions

There is a simple product that everyone has in their kitchen which can be used as a home remedy for many different health conditions. This is white vinegar White vinegar has been used for hundreds of years for a variety of ailments: everything from soothing sunburn, to getting rid of freckles and brown spots, to cleaning cuts and scrapes and relieving itchy dry skin. It can kill infections as well - particularly fungal-based infections. White vinegar is good for both the inside and ...


Is Housework Your Worst Nightmare? Check Out these Benefits! |

Added June 29, 2010, Under: Exercise, Men's Health, Weight Loss, Women's Health

Women, and even men, might baulk at doing housework and other household chores but they could change their mind if they knew that such exercise can be very beneficial to their health. Cancer Research UK-funded Study A recent study has found a benefit for women in that housework cuts breast cancer risk. The research on more than 200,000 women (from 9 European countries) found doing household chores was far more cancer-protective than playing sport. And dusting, mopping and using the vacuum are ...


This Free & Natural Health Benefit Should Be Used By Us All |

Added June 28, 2010, Under: Children's Health, Doctors, Environment, Health, Vitamin D

In recent months, Vitamin D deficiency has become the talking point of the natural health movement. There have also been umpteen medical studies so that even mainstream medical experts are starting to look at Vitamin D deficiency with fresh eyes. And what is the main source of Vitamin D? Sunlight! The most recent study is from the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine in Rochester, Minnesota, which has found that rheumatoid arthritis is on the increase among Caucasian women with the culprit likely to ...


Parents & How To Ensure Children Have A Healthy Curiosity In Their Bodies |

Added June 25, 2010, Under: Children's Health, Parents

It is said that more than half of the adult population participated in some form of sexual play as a child and, most of the time, this play was in the form of playing doctor, undressing in front of another child, and looking at another child’s genitals. This perfectly normal behavior takes place between children of opposite genders, same genders and even brothers and sisters. It doesn't indicate that you’re raising a sexual deviant or anything. But nevertheless, most parents are upset when ...


Pregnancy & Exercise is a Great Tool for Saying Goodbye to the Baby Blues

Added June 24, 2010, Under: Babies, Exercise, New Moms, Pregnancy

A controlled trial published in the March issue of Physical Therapy (the scientific journal of the American Physical Therapy Association) has come out in favor of physical exercise to improve postnatal well being while reducing the risk for the baby blues, exhaustion and postnatal depression. Mary P. Galea (Professor of Clinical Physiotherapy) from the School of Physiotherapy at the University of Melbourne in Australia, and one of the authors of this study, says: “Giving birth involves many changes in a woman’s physical, ...


This Alternative Beverage Is Good For Your Health |

Added June 22, 2010, Under: Diseases, Headaches & Migraines, Health

Herbal tea is completely different from the other varieties of tea. Although not being tea in the true sense, herbal tea is one of a selection of fresh herbs containing medicinal properties. By infusing a teaspoon of these fresh herbs like mint, ginger, jasmine (and many others) into hot water, their medicinal properties seep into the water giving the drinkers the desired effect, which could be laxative, curative, refreshing, sedative or antacid in nature. Herbal tea is referred to in various ...


Pregnancy & The Dangers Of This Social Habit? |

Added June 21, 2010, Under: Babies, Children's Health, Parents, Pregnancy

Researchers at the two-day seminar at Kent University in the UK will present fresh analysis of the decision to advise pregnant women to avoid any alcohol. The Changing Parenting Culture conference (as it is called) is to explore the emergence of what it sees as new, often contradictory rules shaping pregnancy and pregnancy planning.  There have been mixed messages about drinking in pregnancy in recent years. The impact of mounting efforts to involve fathers in the antenatal period will also ...


Hormones Can Lead To Middle Age Spread If You Let Them |

Added June 20, 2010, Under: Diets, Exercise, Weight Loss, Women's Health

We all know the saying “middle age spread” and unfortunately this can be a fact of life when getting older. You may have been slim all your life but suddenly and almost inexplicably as you move into you mid 40s or later, some extra weight seems to start appearing. If you are a woman, this has much to do with the start of the menopause. While the bad news is that this weight gain is very common, the good news is ...


This Fun Children’s Activity Can Be The Cause Of Asthma & Eczema |

Added June 19, 2010, Under: Children's Health, Environment, Exercise, Skin Conditions

Two research studies have been carried out recently concerning chlorine by products in the air above swimming pools and in particular, indoor swimming pools. The results of these studies have raised serious doubts about letting young children swim in chlorinated pools because of the harm that could be caused to their health for life. They may suffer an increased risk of lung infections, lifelong asthma and respiratory allergies. Swimming is a great way for children to get exercise and it is ...


Healing Treatments & How To De-tox Your Body Without Spending A Fortune! |

Added June 16, 2010, Under: Environment, Exercise, Health, Skin Conditions

You can forget about expensive de-tox treatments at the Spa when you follow these inexpensive ways to give yourself a healing treatment. Start with lemons When you wake up in the morning, rise and shine and drink a glass of water with a slice of lemon or some added pure lemon juice.  This rehydrates your body after a long night’s sleep while supporting the kidneys and the digestive system.  If you can drink more of the same during the day or add fresh ...

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