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Proven Benefit of Avocado

Avocados are a rich source of essential fatty acids, but the benefits that they pose to health spring from many other important nutritional properties.   Avocado is a fruit that belongs to the family Lauracae, along with other flowering plants such as camphor, cinnamon or bay leaves. The buttery consistency of the avocado pulp and […]


August 5, 2015, Cholesterol
Heartburn – remedies for gastroesophageal heartburn

Heartburn (feeling discomfort behind the breastbone) is caused by a reflux of the acid from the stomach contents back into the esophagus. Sometimes, the symptoms are so strong that the pain is felt like a heart attack. In some cases, it can create confusion because heart pain can be felt in the same area. Other […]


August 4, 2015, Remedies
Cholesterol And Lipidic Profile

  Cholesterol is an indispensable substance for the normal functioning of the human body. 75% of the cholesterol is produced by your body and 25% comes from food intake. Cholesterol circulates in the blood bound to specific protein fractions and fulfills different roles: LDL cholesterol – “bad” cholesterol – can be deposited in the wall […]


August 4, 2015, Cholesterol
Oral Herpes – remedies, tips

A significant percentage of the adult population have antibodies in their blood against Herpes Simplex Virus. In general, these people were exposed in childhood to the action of a highly contagious virus that causes herpes, which is very different from the herpes virus that causes genital herpes. Normally, after initial eruption the virus remains dormant […]


July 19, 2015, Remedies
Dry Eyes – simple treatments

Simple treatments for dry eyes. Dry eyes occur when they do not produce enough tears to keep them moist. Eye dryness is a common problem. Half of people over 40 years are dealing with dry eyes in one form or another, whether as an intermittent or persistent problem. Dry eye is a component of aging. […]


July 18, 2015, Eye Remedies
Summer Intensifies the Heart Disease

High temperatures are threatening people who stay outdoors at midday, who do not hydrate enough and who are suffering from cardiovascular disease. Hypertension, heart disease or other associated ailments are aggravated by high temperatures during summer. Summer is a difficult season for people suffering from hypertension. Monitoring and drug dosage adjustment are essential for these […]


July 18, 2015, Prevention
Cardiovascular inpatient rehabilitation

Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of mortality among middle-aged adults and elderly in most European countries. In the cardiovascular pathology atherosclerosis is involved, a systemic disease with onset during childhood (so-called fatty streaks) but which becomes symptomatic ┬áduring adulthood, when the stage of development is already advanced. The current goal in modern cardiology, taking […]


July 18, 2015, Lifestyle-Diet
Premenstrual Syndrome – Treatment

A week before the menstrual cycle some women suffer from premenstrual syndrome. It consists of: tender and painful breasts, headaches, emotional instability. These manifestations can even disrupt normal life of the woman. This syndrome occurs at a fairly large number of women (a third, even half) with an age between 20 and 50 years. The […]


July 17, 2015, Female Genital
Measuring Blood Pressure

Hypertension is a common condition that interferes with the patient’s lifestyle. A person who is prone to hypertension will always be on guard regarding his health state. In order to effectively control blood pressure and to present to the doctor early if the blood pressure is above the normal range, it is best to follow […]


July 2, 2015, Hypertension
Cardiovascular Disease and Depression

The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that, by 2020, depression will be the second leading cause of mortality and disability in the world, with cardiovascular disease on the first place, which causes the death of 17 million people annually.   Depressed people are at a risk twice as high of suffering a heart attack compared […]


July 1, 2015, Prevention