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Mother’s milk is the best choice for your growing newborn. It contains all the nutrients necessary to ensure healthy development, including antibodies to protect your baby against infectious and chronic illness. It’s the only nutrition your child needs for the first six months.
Diabetes occurs when the body isn’t able to produce enough insulin or is unable to use it to convert sugar into energy. The result is a spike in blood sugar (the amount of sugar in the blood) and over the long term, this could result in a higher risk of heart disease and kidney failure.
Hypertension results when the pressure the blood exerts on the arteries while it is being pumped is too heavy. It is important to treat hypertension because blood pressure that is too high can cause damage to blood vessels and even increase the risk of a cardiovascular event.
Toothache, cavities, bad breath, gum disease: to avoid health problems that affect your mouth, you need to have impeccable hygiene habits. Consult our tips to learn how to keep your teeth and gums healthy.
Do you know the difference between a cold and the flu? Often mistaken for one another due to similar symptoms (sore throat, nasal congestion, fever, runny nose, etc.) these two ailments are quite different. Read our tips to tell these two conditions apart and treat them.
These days, social pressure to look good is stronger than ever, and acne sufferers can feel very self-conscious about their appearance. Popular misconceptions, taboos and false information about acne make it difficult to shed light on this condition, which affects some 85% of teens and 11% of adults. The following tips will help you separate the fact from the fiction.