What Causes Depression?

If you experience a persistent feeling of sadness and have no interest in anything, you might be suffering from a mood disorder called depression. Also called clinical depression or major depressive disorder, the condition affects the way you think, feel, and behave. Overtime, it can lead to a variety of physical and emotional problems. Many… Read More »

12 Harmful Effects of Stress

In today’s world, it is simply not possible to avoid stress, but it all comes down to how you manage stress on a daily basis. It is natural to feel stressed out when managing your financing, disciplining your kids, or even dealing with a difficult relationship. If you do not manage it properly, stress can… Read More »

What to Do After a Breakup

Breakups can be tough, especially if it happens to be your first one or if you doesn’t see it coming. Either way, your heart aches terribly and all you want is for things to go back to the way they were. But they never will. However, remember: Nothing in life is permanent, and that includes… Read More »

Adult Separation Anxiety Disorder: Symptom, Cause and Treatment

Separation Anxiety Disorder is often noticed among children and young people. But in some cases, this fear of separation seems to persist and even arise in adulthood. So how to recognize the separation anxiety symptoms in adults and how to manage this disorder? What Are the Symptoms of Separation Anxiety in Adults? Separation anxiety is… Read More »

How to Deal with Allergies

Allergies often have symptoms that negatively affect your everyday living. Your sleep and energy can be impacted, causing you to lack of concentration and experience mood swings. A lot of times, you suffer from excessive sneezing, coughing and a runny nose. If you learn how to cope with these symptoms, you can have better control… Read More »

Bell’s Palsy vs. Stroke

The nerve effects of Bell’s palsy are peripheral, while in a stroke, the nerve effect is central. As you can see in the figure, motor innervation in the forehead comes from both cerebral cortex hemispheres. A stroke with symptoms of facial paralysis would show drooping only in the lower part of the face, as the… Read More »

Wheat Free vs. Gluten Free Diet

What do you associate with the term gluten? If you, like most people, believe that gluten is synonymous with wheat, then you are wrong. Gluten is not wheat, nor is it only found in wheat. Gluten is a protein present in wheat as well as rye and barley, while wheat is a grain used in… Read More »

Bee Sting Allergy Treatment

When bees sting you, they inject venom through their stinger into your skin. Some people only develop a localized reaction such as pain and redness that usually settle within a few hours. About 3% of people will develop an allergic reaction to the bee sting, and 0.8% of people can even develop anaphylaxis which is a life-threatening… Read More »

Allergic Reaction to Condom? Latex Is the Culprit

Condoms are one of the most commonly used contraceptive methods. Condoms are also a great way of protection against sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). These contraceptive means are made out of plastic or latex. Even though condoms are safe and used by most of the men worldwide, some men or women may experience allergic reactions to condom.… Read More »

What to Do After Sex for Better Health

Even when you are in your 40s or beyond, you can still enjoy the best sex of your life. After all, you’re experienced and know exactly what you desire and are not shy about expressing it. But even with experience, it is easy to forget things to do after sex, like using the bathroom and… Read More »