Advancements in medical science have resulted in a significant increase of life expectancies across all regions in the world. But now, scientists are studying ...READ MORE
As we grow older, our bodies face a lot of changes. One of these changes is hormonal imbalance. As our bodies mature, the capacity to produce hormones lessens. This imbalance may incur effects such as difficulty in sleeping and moodiness. There are ways to cope with this, some of which are hormone replacement therapy in … Continue reading "The Benefits of Yoga for Well-Being" ...READ MORE
For many years, the nutritionists and dietitians have emphasized on the importance of good nutrition for the maintenance of people’s health and wellbeing. ...READ MORE
In one hilarious scene in the movie Sex and the City 2, actress Kim Cattrall’s character, Samantha Jones, overeats yam to try to simulate the menopause-countering effects of bioidentical estrogen. In the film, Samantha’s hormone pills were confiscated by conservative immigration officers as she entered an airport in a Middle Eastern country, causing her sexual drive to go off kilter for most of her sojourn. But is this representation of yam accurate? Can food really influence hormonal balance in women? Some studies suggest that it could, but perhaps the greater benefit of eating the right type of food items is more likely its overall effect on perimenopausal women’s health and quality of life. ...READ MORE
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