What Are The Major Causes Of Abnormal Heart Rhythms?

Jul 15, 2016
What Are The Major Causes Of Abnormal Heart Rhythms?

What Is An Arrhythmia?

Any irregularity in heartbeat is termed as arrhythmia. Simply put, during an arrhythmia, your heart goes out of its normal rhythm and beats faster or slower. Depending on its type and severity, this condition can be harmless or may need immediate medical care.


The Benefits of a Juice Cleanse

Jul 11, 2016
The Benefits of a Juice Cleanse

We are well and truly into bikini season now, and you might just be panicking if you’ve left it a little late to get your perfect beach body. But don’t worry, even if you are jetting off in the next couple of weeks, you still have time to shed some unwanted pounds, and that is with a juice cleanse.


5 Important Trainer Tips for Working with Kids

Jul 08, 2016
5 Important Trainer Tips for Working with Kids

The child obesity epidemic in the United States—and around the world—has made it more important than ever that kids stay active every day, whether they’re working with a trainer or playing sports.


Skin Health: Prevention And Treatment Of Skin Disruption

Jul 06, 2016
Skin Health: Prevention And Treatment Of Skin Disruption

Time and environment can really produce many harmful effects on the skin. Taking good and consistent care of the skin can slow down these effects; however, good skin care requires an incredible amount of efforts and patience.


Nursing Leads The Way In Healthcare Industry

Jul 04, 2016
Nursing Leads The Way In Healthcare Industry

There was a time in history where our society thought of nurses as not much more than a secretary to doctors. With the recent surge of jobs in the nursing industry and nurses playing a sizable role in our country’s health care system, nursing has proven to be an integral, important and honorable career path.


Keeping Children With Disabilities Safe During Sport and Other Activities

Jul 01, 2016
Keeping Children With Disabilities Safe During Sport and Other Activities

Keeping children safe and secure during sporting activities can sometimes be a difficult task – especially if the children in question have disabilities. This is due, in part, to a lack of adequate information concerning the risks involved with certain activities. But before we go into more specific advice (every child is different) on this issue, there are, firstly, general steps that all parents and carers should take to ensure the safety of their child.


PTSD Awareness Day: The Effects of Mental Healthcare Budget Cuts

Jun 29, 2016
PTSD Awareness Day: The Effects of Mental Healthcare Budget Cuts

June 27, 2016 is PTSD Awareness Day. While most people have some awareness of PTSD, there is a lot more to learn.


5 Habits To Avoid Before Bed For Better Sleep

Jun 27, 2016
5 Habits To Avoid Before Bed For Better Sleep

Arianna Huffington, co-founder of The Huffington Post and renowned sleep advocate, was recently quoted as saying “Sleep deprivation is the new smoking”. She could not be more correct. We are currently in the middle of a national epidemic, with 70 million people suffering from a sleeping disorder. For many, getting a good night’s sleep is now a rare occasion. This is largely due to a lack of awareness of the importance of getting that 8 hours of sleep every night. It is also due to bad habits which have become normalized. So what are some of these bad habits, and what can we avoid to get a better night’s sleep?


Few Things You Need to Know About Incontinence Pads

Jun 24, 2016
Few Things You Need to Know About Incontinence Pads

Incontinence pads are largely used by people who have bladder control issues. They help them to move about freely without facing any embarrassing situations. These pads can also be used at night to prevent the mattress from getting wet or dirty. This helps in maintaining hygiene. Thus one does not need to worry about spoiling one’s clothes, bed sheet and mattress. Apart from incontinence pads, one can also use bed pads for your loved one with bladder control problem. This will prevent the furniture from getting spoiled and there is no hassle of wearing adult diapers.


Small-Bowel Cancer – What Is It and How Is It Treated

Jun 22, 2016
Small-Bowel Cancer – What Is It and How Is It Treated

The small-bowel takes up around 75% of the digestive tract however it is an area in which cases of cancer are fairly rare, with around 1000 people diagnosed with this disease every year. Read on to found out about what it is and how it is treated.