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  • 27 July

    I’m 14 and I don’t have my period yet. Is this normal?

    A girl’s period, also known as menstruation, begins about 2 to 2½ years after her first signs of puberty. Breast development is usually the first sign of puberty, but sometimes pubic hair comes first. Girls usually get their first periods between the ages of 8 and 15. However, some girls ...

  • 25 July

    6 Ways to Make Exercise Fun for Your Kids

    A recent research study concluded children today, are less physically fit than their parent’s generation. More often, kids are sitting on the couch and glued to screens than outside, exercising and being active. Helping your kids to be or become more active, doesn’t mean jumping on the treadmill. No way! Making exercise ...

  • 22 July

    17 Effective Home Remedies For Easy Removal of Blackheads

    Ever felt some bumpy obstructions on your face while you ran your fingertips over them? Tried popping them to clean out the dirt from within? Well, you are just most likely encountering the presence of blackheads on your face. Blackheads, which are considered as an initial stage of acne, are ...

  • 22 July

    8 EFFECTIVE WAYS TO BOOST YOUR BRAIN & MEMORY

    Maintaining brain power and memory are linked with a higher quality of life. Loss of brain power and memory is not synonymous with aging, nor is it inevitable. Here are a few things to begin doing now, so as to ensure the longevity of brain and memory. Ways to Boost ...

  • 21 July

    Sleeping Disorder Treatment – How To Sleep Well From Today

    “Get your beauty rest”. This qoute represents the importance sleep has on health. Sleep relaxes the mind and heals the body. It can improve mood and energy level too. When there’s a sleep disorder, waking hours can be a struggle. Sleep affects every aspect of life. Tips for better sleep ...

  • 20 July

    Study: How Often You Hold Your Baby Actually Affects Their DNA

    Did you ever hear about the alleged 13th century study conducted by Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II? In it, babies were raised completely absent of human interaction – they were neither spoken to nor held.[1] Sounds crazy, right? The emperor’s aim was to discover if, as the infants developed, a ...

  • 20 July

    These 7 Amazing Foods Aid In Quick Weight Loss: Must Include In Your Diet

    While some foods are capable of inducing weight gain, there are some which can induce weight loss. The weight loss effects of these foods could be credited to anything; their ability to suppress your hunger or the nature of the calories contained. Not all foods are the same. They all ...

  • 19 July

    Eating Dinner at This Time May Help Reduce the Risk of Some Cancers

    When it comes to cancer prevention, it’s not just what you eat, but when you eat that matters. Specifically, eating an early dinner and/or having at least a two-hour buffer between your meal and when you go to bed may help reduce the risk of breast and prostate cancers, according to ...

  • 19 July

    Things to Avoid If You Want to Lose Weight

    Losing weight can be extremely challenging — but only if you keep on doing things that prevent you from dropping those unwanted pounds successfully. If you are on weight loss journey, then this article is for you. Below it will tell you some of the things that are keeping you ...

  • 16 July

    Sources ,Symptoms And Reducing Of Childhood Stress

    As providers and caretakers, adults tend to view the world of children as happy and carefree. After all, kids don’t have jobs to keep or bills to pay, so what could they possibly have to worry about? Plenty! Even very young children have worries and feel stress to some degree. ...