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Detrimental Effects of Alcohol Consumption Include Causing Prostatitis 2017-08-17

Light to moderate alcohol consumption can actually reduce the risk of deaths due to cardiovascular causes while heavy drinking may raise the risk of deaths due to all causes and also due to cancers, according to a study published in the Jour…

Western Men Need To Pay More Attention To the Reduction of Sperm Counts 2017-08-03

Study finds that sperm counts of men in North America, Australia, Europe, and New Zealand are plunging. The chosen studies were well distributed over the nearly 40 years of the study period and among 50 different countries. The high proporti…

Taking Exercise is Beneficial For Old People 2017-07-19

As people get older and older, the immune system will be weaker and weaker. It is very important to take more exercise to keep fit. Old people belongs to the group that have weak immunity, they need to do some exercise to prevent from diseas…

These Foods Help You Get More Calcium 2017-07-05

Calcium is a essential nutrient that help to build and maintain strong and healthy bones and teeth. It also involves with a number of other body processes, including blood clotting, enzyme and hormone secretion, blood vessel and muscle contr…

Pumpkin Seed Is Helpful For Treating Prostatitis 2017-06-15

Prostatitis is usually difficult to cure by taking conventional western medicine. Most of patients try herbal supplements to manage the symptoms. Pumpkin seed is one of these supplements that provides good effect on treating prostatitis. …

WHO Stamps Out Tobacco Use Help Protect Citizens and Their Futures 2017-06-03

Tobacco use accounts for over 7 million deaths worldwide every year and the cost to governments and households for lost productivity and healthcare is more than US$ 1.4 trillion. Actions should be taken urgently to save people’s lives, red…

Using Painkillers For Treating Prostate Pain Increases Risk of Heart Attack 2017-05-16

A study published in the British Medical Journal suggests that regular use of commonly prescribed non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) for treating pain and inflammation can increase the risk of heart attack as early as in the firs…