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Plastic and Pregnancy

Sodium Hypochlorite, methylene chloride, naphthalene….purely toxic substances and environmental hazards known to cause kidney, liver and reproductive damage. Who would even think of touching these dangerous chemicals? You and I do. These are products found in our very own closets, sinks and garages. More than 83,000 chemicals are used in our homes and offices everyday. […]

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The Search for Cancer May Lead to Even More Cancer

The U.S. National Cancer Institute is supporting an ongoing study to check if the diagnostic examinations conducted on patients lead to an increased exposure to radiation. The problem is, due to the doctors’ desire to catch cancer early, patients are exposed to higher doses of radiation at a younger age and at more frequent intervals. […]

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7 Things You Ought to Know About Measles

  Measles, also known as Rubeola, is one of the most contagious infectious diseases. It causes infection in at least 90% of susceptible individuals who are exposed to the virus. Despite being considered primarily a childhood illness, measles can affect people of all ages. Dr. Eric Tayag, DOH Assistant Secretary, says that a single measles […]

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Plastic and Testosterone

Plastic blamed for lower testosterone levels in men (and women) Drinking water from plastic water bottles; storing, heating and eating food from plastic containers; nursing our babies from plastic feeding bottles…these are just a few of the daily activities we do that involve plastic. Our love affair with this artificial, chemical-based substance began as far […]

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Tired from all the mommy duties?

Mr. Webster probably had mothers in mind when he coined the phrase “multi-tasking”. Women are experts at being able to fix dinner, pick up the kids, attend a PTA meeting, do her grocery shopping PLUS squeezing in a visit to the parlor all in one day! Men would rather do things one-at-a-time. Not for females.¬†We […]

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Hair There and Everywhere

Wax it, shave it or leave it With summer just around the corner, ladies are lining up to get their Brazilians. No, they’re not getting a pair of flipflops, nor hot, hunky Latinos. The latest trend in feminine pampering is to fully shave one’s pubic hair…which is called a Brazilian wax. Aside from waxing, there […]

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Treatment for Morning Sickness

Nausea and vomiting affect roughly 50% of all pregnant women. Many label these symptoms as “Morning Sickness” but this is hardly the case for more than half of women in their first trimester. Very often the dizziness, hyperacidity and gastric upset occur at anytime throughout the day. The American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ACOG) […]

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Smoking can increase risk of dysmenorrhea

Dysmenorrhea is the painful cramps associated with the monthly menstrual cycle. This occurs mainly due to the action of the uterine muscles contracting in order to “push” the blood out of the uterine cavity. Dr. Hong Ju, an epidemiologist, from the University of Queensland’s School of Population Health, Herston, Australia, made an observation that girls […]

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Is it safe to have a laparoscopic hysterectomy?

FDA discourages use of laparoscopic power morcellation for removal of uterus or uterine fibroids Procedure poses risk of spreading undetected cancerous tissue in women with unsuspected cancer In a safety communication notice issued today, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration discouraged the use of laparoscopic power morcellation for the removal of the uterus (hysterectomy) or […]

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Beware of scammers who use doctor’s names and clinic addresses to steal your money!

I will NEVER sell anything on this website. If I do, I will ask you to see me personally for any transactions. i will not ask you to deposit to any account or public remittance center. Read the article below so that everyone will be protected from scammers: http://www.philstar.com/opinion/2014/02/17/1291260/warning-scammers-lurk-behind-online-ads

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