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Posted by andissswin on Oct 15th, 2010 in Health Review 0 comments
Happiness doesn’t depend on having a job, study finds
This article was written by Jamie Doward, for guardian.co.uk on Saturday 18th September 2010 23.06 UTC
It is not what a government determined to get people off benefits wants to hear, but a study has thrown cold water on the idea that those who don’t work are less happy than those who do.
New research has found that although the jobless are generally less satisfied with their lot than people in work, their...
Posted by andissswin on Sep 7th, 2010 in Health Review 0 comments
We should be responsible for our health
This article was written by Denis Campbell, for guardian.co.uk on Tuesday 27th July 2010 15.10 UTC
Is Andrew Lansley happy with anything about the way healthcare is organised and delivered? It seems not. First, he produced an NHS reform white paper to radically alter Nye Bevan’s creation in ways that would horrify its founding father. Then, on Monday, he announced a major cull of health quangos. He also plans...
Posted by andissswin on Aug 21st, 2010 in Health Review 0 comments
Mens health is a vital concern that need more focus within the media and medical community. Although lots of progress has occurred over the previous twenty years there is nonetheless a lot to do. We have to distinguish actual well being points from beauty wants and assumptions. All too often once you hear Mens or Womans well being it tends to lean towards beauty topics versus wellness as we are advocating here.
Posted by andissswin on Jul 21st, 2010 in Health Review 0 comments
Tramadol is an Essential Part of Pain Management
One of the building blocks of medical treatment is the need for the patient (that’s you) to consent to whatever treatment is proposed. Hopefully, the doctor gives you a good explanation of the all costs and benefits, and this allows you to make a properly informed decision. The problems with this in the real world come on both sides of the equation. Some doctors act as if they walk on water and you should do...
Posted by andissswin on Jul 14th, 2010 in Health Review 0 comments
Propecia – how to prevent hair loss?
Hair loss is generally defined as the reduction of hair on the scalp that can have various degrees of severity. If speaking medically, hair loss is referred to as alopecia that can be either permanent or temporary. The most common for of hair loss is the so-called male pattern hair loss (Androgenetic Alopecia), however there are other forms such as Alopecia Areata (transient balding patches), Telogen Effluvium...
Free Trial About Me It is well known that men are much less likely than women to seek basic or routine preventative medical care. But actually, there are more common men''s health problems compare to woman that are can be permanently debilitating, devastating or even fatal if they are not detected until symptoms make themselves known. Common issues of this type include (from simple to live threatening health problem ) like Stammer, Acne and Fat, Hair Loss, Erectile Dysfunction and prostate problems. Hi, My name is Andi, I am 38 Years old. Until now I have experienced all the common men''s health problems such as stammer, acne, hair loss and now erectile dysfunction. So with this blog, I want to share my experiences in finding the cause and possible treatments that are both effective and affordable.Category Acne and Fat (18)
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