Sinutab is an over-the-counter (OTC) drug recommended as aid for treating common colds and flues. It’s active ingredient paracetamol (acetaminophen), contributes to the relief of fever, pain (headaches, muscle soreness, throat pain), while pseudoephedrine hydrochloride decongests blocked nasal passages, thus healing sinusitis. It should be usually used for 3 to 4 days into the flu symptoms. If the sufferers status is not improving after this time frame, or if the symptoms become more intense a doctor should be contacted right away. (more…)

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It’s time to tackle one very annoying and common occurring health problem, the neck pain! Excepting pathological cases neck pain is usually caused by bad posture. If you hold your head in an uncommon position for too long, as it’s the case with individuals that work on the computer you are at risk of getting neck pain. Sleeping on a pillow that is to large and brings your neck in an awkward position, having a stressful moment in your life and even deep moments of concentration, that lead you to forget about maintaining the right posture are frequent causes for every day neck pain. (more…)

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10 Tips To Protect Yourself From Smartphone Radiation

August 27, 2014
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One of the most common hidden health threats lies nowadays in the ‘small’ gadget that we carry around everyday, no matter if we are at work, at home or during a holiday. Smartphones are a permanent source of radiation for our body. Depending on the brand, model and the way we use it, radiation levels [...]

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What is Diphtheria Disease?

August 26, 2014
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Diphtheria is a diseases caused by a bacterial infection of the respiratory system. It’s commonly localized in the mucous membrane of a patients nose and throat and less common on its skin. Thus we can differentiate two types of diphtheria the respiratory one and the cutaneous one. The diphtheria bacterium is the cause for these [...]

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How To Prevent and Treat Ebola

August 25, 2014
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Ebola is one of the most deadliest conditions for humans. However, it is quite rare and major outbreaks have only been registered in Central and West Africa. Starting with the first recorded Ebola infection cases, back in 1976 and until now, there haven’t been major reasons of health concerns for the Western World. Unfortunately, this [...]

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11 Healthy Natural Juice Recipes and Their Benefits

August 22, 2014
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Because prevention is always better than treatment, today I share with you a few natural and healthy juice recipes along with their benefits. Include them regularly in your diet and your health will significantly improve. For optimal nutrient assimilation it’s recommended to drink these juices early in the morning on an empty stomach. It’s also [...]

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Water Pipe Smoking Health Risks

August 21, 2014
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The general perception of water pipe smoking is that it’s harmless and even suitable for children according to some parents. However, recent studies have shown that there are plenty health risks hidden in this traditional smoking method, which should label this habit as dangerous as usual cigarette consumption. Water pipe smoking, in various cultures, is [...]

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Breastfeeding vs Formula Feeding Benefits and Disadvantages

August 20, 2014
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For sure one of the most common debates when it comes to newborns is focused on feeding. And this is normal because a baby will mostly sleep and eat, during the first months of his life. While sleep comes naturally, once basic conditions are met, feeding can occur either naturally if the mother breastfeeds her [...]

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Home Remedies for Sinusitis

August 19, 2014
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Sinusitis is diagnosed in case of a viral infection of the sinuses. A cold or any other inflammation of the nasal mucous membrane leads to a blockage. Sinuses get filled up with fluids, instead of air and the environment becomes proper for bacteria to develop and cause fever and facial pain. This infection of the [...]

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New Test Takes the Guesswork Out of Prostate Cancer Diagnosis

August 8, 2014
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Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer in American men, second only to skin cancer. Over 233,000 American men are diagnosed with prostate cancer each year, and over 2.5 million are living with the disease even now. Despite the high prevalence of prostate cancer, until very recently, there wasn’t a reliable blood test available [...]

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