How do you define 'peeling skin'?Peeling skin is fortuitous damage to and loss of the upper layer of your skin (epidermis). Peeling skin can develop as a result of direct skin damage, such as sunburn or infection. It could also be an indication of an immune system problem or
An itchy throat can be awfully irritating, very uncomfortable and can even make it difficult for you to talk or swallow due to physical irritation. There are many causes of an itchy throat, but allergies and infections are common reasons. You may also have an itchy throat after spending time
Did you know that more than 75,000 hysterectomies (removal of the uterus) are carried out every year? And out of these surgeries, nearly 30% are mandated by menstrual cycle disturbances. And that heavy periods is one of the most serious menstrual cycle complaints that lead to hysterectomy? Heavy menstrual
Although many women don't even realize they have them, uterine fibroids are a common women's health problem. The awareness of uterine fibroids, however, is pretty low. Before we dive into the main theme of this write-up, let us explore a bit the anatomy of the uterus. The Wonder And Anatomy
Science has proven that chronic, low-grade inflammation can turn into a silent killer that contributes to cardiovascular disease, cancer, type 2 diabetes, and other health conditions. It is estimated that three out of five people around the world die from a disease linked to inflammation and this fact raises serious
Exercise is one way to get your body in the right direction of good health. We live in an era where we stare at one screen after another - smartphones, computers, TV screens, sometimes up to eight hours a day. Most of us spend more time on the screens than
Do you sometimes feel frozen, locked up or unable to move, breathe or even talk anytime during your sleep cycle? Do shadowy evil creatures terrify you during that time? If yes, what you experience is called sleep paralysis. You might have wondered what causes this weird and often scary experience?
A lot would agree that the heart is arguably the most important organ in the body. I'd be torn between picking the brain and the heart when personally making that claim. I could say the brain does all the thinking whiles the heart does all the hard work; nonetheless, keeping