Heart Attack Typical heart disease symptoms are uncomfortable pressure, fullness, squeezing or pain in the center of the chest lasting more than a few minutes and pain spreading to the shoulder, neck or arms.
Fight Cancer Eating your 10 servings a day of fruits and veggies could be the best way to increase antioxidant capacity. Although all fruits and veggies have them, the best foods for antioxidants are cauliflower, peas and oranges.
Gum Disease - the signs Keep your eye out for gum disease in your child's mouth; signs include: bad breath, bleeding gums, swollen and red gums, and diminishing gums that move away from the teeth.
One of the greatest inventions of all times - the wheel, made very modest progress in the first 5,000 years of its history. Just a mere 200 years ago, however, a Jesuit missionary constructed the first scale model of a steam-driven carriage to trigger a series of changes that was to rewrite the very pace of life. The car is the city dweller's essential prop but buying one is no easy matter. Auto expert, Sajjad Vazir takes us through some basic homework that must be done before purchasing a ... Read More
Stem Cells Medical research is continuing on this fascinating, experimental and controversial medical procedure.
Today's parents are faced with the dilemma as to whether to throw away the cord blood or to save it for potential use if disaster strikes their c Read the complete story by Dorothy Fernandes.
Breast Cancer Breast cancer is one of the most common female cancers that claim several thousand lives a year. The incidence is ever on the rise and the risk for our generation is more than doubled over the past four decades. Unlike the ovary the breast is an exte Read the complete story by Dorothy Fernandes.
Pregnancy: Ecstacy or Agony? Pregnancy is the time of joy and hope for every mother to be. It is the fulfillment of a cherished dream. It is also the time of fear, uncertainties and depression for some women. But how many of us realize that all these emotions that a mother go Read the complete story by Dorothy Fernandes.