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How to Prepare Yourself for Pregnancy

How to Prepare Yourself for Pregnancy

It’s easy to think that you don’t have to begin thinking about pregnancy until you’re pregnant, but the truth is that preparing yourself for pregnancy begins long before you become pregnant. Many couples have been planning and trying for a .. Read More

Home Remedies & Treatments | 07.5.16 | No Comments

How to Treat a Black Eye at Home

How to Treat a Black Eye at Home

The area around the eye is easily injured by a blow or by walking into a door or some other object in the dark. Soon the skin around the eye turns black because many of the smaller blood vessels under the skin a person, but there is nothing funny.. Read More

Home Remedies & Treatments | 02.5.16 | No Comments

Short and long-term ways of improving brain function

Short and long-term ways of improving brain function

I like to think I can stay on top of my busy work and home life, but every now and again I sometimes feel like my brain’s shutting down on me. I start to forget things, struggle to sleep, can’t concentrate and suffer from tiredness and headac.. Read More

Home Remedies & Treatments | 11.29.16 | No Comments

Varicose Veins Treatment

Varicose Veins Treatment

As the blood returns to the heart passes through special thin-walled channels called veins. Unlike strong, tough arteries, these vessels are easily distended. You can demonstrate this by pressing your finger on a vein on back of your hand and wat.. Read More

Home Remedies & Treatments | 02.11.16 | No Comments

Fainting Spells and Dizziness: Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment

Fainting Spells and Dizziness: Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment

Fainting or syncope means temporary loss of consciousness due to lack of oxygen in the brain. The victim suddenly becomes pale and has a feeling of weakness and nausea, then falls to the ground. In most cases, recovery is rapid, often within a mi.. Read More

Home Remedies & Treatments | 12.15.16 | 2 Comments

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