What Doctors Haven't Learned About Women's Health

January 31st, 2015
Have you ever been told by your doctor that your "aches and pains" are in your head? Increasingly, more women are coming to discover that they have needlessly suffered for years because many health providers are not aware of unique medical conditions that affect women. Despite the increase of women-specific health research, the idea of equating women's and men's health still exists. The situation is continually improving, but a lot more "women specific research" needs to be started. As a ...
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Enhance your Sexual Life

January 30th, 2015
SEXUAL HEALTH : Some researchers believe one of the major causes of impotence in males is high or low blood sugar, caused by eating foods high in sugar and empty carbohydrates. A typical fast food diet such as a hamburger, fries and a coke with a candy bar snack does not support male glands, or aid in the production of sperm, a key factor in the ability to perform sexually. Regulating blood sugar nutritionally may help a large percentage of males perform sexually without excessive cost or side ...
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Male Sexual Dysfunction

January 29th, 2015
Male Sexual Dysfunction Solutions That Work For Any Man! By Phil Beckett Copyright © http://www.man-health-fitness-solutions.com What is male sexual dysfunction? For any man as with any woman, good sexual health does of course mean the ability to have a satisfying sex life. However, there are issues that any man may have to contend with over the course of his life (possibly you included) that women don't. First and foremost concerning male sexual dysfunction is the ability to have an ...
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Sexual Health

January 28th, 2015
Sexual health is the integration of the somatic, emotional, intellectual, and social aspects of sexual being, in ways that are positively enriching and that enhance personality, communication, and love. The document went on to cite Mace, Bannerman, and Burton (1974) who described sexual health as containing three basic elements: (a) capacity to enjoy and control sexual and reproductive behavior in accordance with a social and personal ethic; (b) freedom from fear, shame, guilt, false beliefs, ...
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