If you've had chickenpox, the virus is lying dormant in your nerve tissue and brain. And, this predisposes you to shingles, a painful condition that can affect the eyes and cause blindness.
Find out more about it below... Who is at danger of getting shingles?
Some peope are at greater risk of getting shingles:
* Those over the age of 50
* Undergoing chemotherapy or radiation
* Taking s... ››› more
Past research has linked gut inflammation to increased risk for heart disease, stroke, cancer, arthritis and more recently, prostate cancer too.
And, it's not just a minor threat either. You're up to FIVE times more likely to suffer from these conditions because of an inflamed gut.
Keep reading to find out more - and how to dowse the inflammation in your gut... What is inflammation of the g... ››› more
If you have a bothersome prostate, you're desperate to minimise symptoms. They're a nuisance to anyone's schedule and can be embarrassing at times.
As with all health conditions, there are foods that can help you reduce your symptoms and some that will aggravate them.
Read on below to find out which to eat more of and which to avoid... Prostate-friendly foods to eat more of
Fatty fish - ... ››› more
If you have a busy schedule, you'll have limited time to stop to consider what to eat during the day. So, the best is to prepare your lunch and snacks the night before.
Keep reading to discover 6 foods you can pack that will keep your energy levels high throughout the day so that you can achieve everything you set out to do... 6 Foods to pack for the day when you're determined to achieve g... ››› more
Are you dreading those winter colds... the stuffy blocked nose, the pounding in your head, and the endless boxes of tissues...?
Well, researchers recently found that there's one thing you can do, that won't cost you a cent, that could reduce your colds by 28% and other infections by as much as 80%!
Keep reading to find out what it is... Foods that help you live cleaner and healthier
In ... ››› more
For the last 70 years, doctors have believed that too much testosterone leads to prostate cancer. But emerging science proves that the reverse is actually true.
As you age, your testosterone levels naturally decline. And more and more doctors now believe this hormonal shift is one of the biggest causes of prostate disease.
But it's not just lower levels of testosterone that cause prostate pr... ››› more
There's no mistaking, it's essential to go for regular prostate checkups to make sure you are free from cancer. But, if that has been ruled out and your BPH medication or supplements aren't working, it could be a related problem.
Find out more below... This problem has similar symptoms to Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH)...
Some men may suffer what they think are typical BPH symptoms (fr... ››› more
Have you heard of antioxidants?
They're natural compounds that protect your cells against the effects of free radicals.
Your body produces free radicals as a by-product when it breaks down food. Free radicals can also build up in your body when you're exposed to pollution, peticides and radiation.
Nobody is immune to the harm caused by free radicals. They lead to heart disease, cancer and... ››› more
Have your sexual fantasies started to fade and wither into the day-to-day mundane?
Are you struggling to lift yourself out of the gloom - enough to feel aroused... to sweep your lady off her feet... to really feel alive again?
Keep reading to find out about three herbs that could change all this for you... Your 1-2-3 solution to rushing through the day so you can get home to some fun in the ... ››› more
Previously, scientists and doctors recommended no exercise within two to four hours before bedtime. It was thought to disrupt your sleep pattern because of the adrenaline rush and rise in body temperature.
But new research by the US National Sleep Foundation has shown this is not true. They surveyed 1000 people between the ages of 23 and 60 and what they discovered was pretty remarkable. Exerci... ››› more
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