Make Eyelashes Grow Luxrious And Long

If you want more and thicker eyelashes you are no doubt wondering what, if anything, you can do to make eyelashes grow. The cool thing is that even though we don't usually give it a lot of thought, eyelashes are just hair and our body grows hair all on it's own. 
If you want to help your body along a little bit there are several things you can do.
Your eyelashes grow in stages: the active growth stage, the 'dormant' stage and the falling off stage. You have approximately one third of your...


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Everyone has heard of them and studies show up to 20% of Americans has some type of allergy. The most common reactions are with the skin or air, animals, food or similar. You probably have heard for them before and talk with other people about them, what are they, how you get them and how to treat them.Allergies are also called and Type I Hypersentivity. They are malfunction of the human immune system and they are causing the state of the body, known as hypersensitized. Body reacts...

Do I Have a Urinary Tract Infection?

 Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are a common medical problem, accounting for about 8.5 million doctor visits per year. Women are more prone to UTIs than men, possibly because women's urethras are shorter than those of men and allow bacteria to reach their bladders more easily. One of every five women will develop a UTI over the course of her life.

UTI: How It Happens

Urinary tract infections happen when bacteria invade and begin to multiply in the organs of the urinary tract ‚ÄĒ the...

How Does Aging Impact Sexuality?

Advancing years leave their mark on the body, mind, and emotions. Some of these changes are for the better, while others are less desirable. Sex is no exception. Many of the physical changes that come with age have noticeable effects on the sex organs and the sexual cycle
Thus, the careful lovemaking of a 70-something couple may bear little resemblance to the lusty pairings of 20-year-old. This isn't necessarily a bad thing. Greater experience, fewer inhibitions, and a deeper understanding of...

Why did I have a heart attack?

Your heart muscle needs oxygen to survive. A coronary attack (heart attack) occurs when the blood flow that brings oxygen to the heart muscle is severely reduced or cut off completely. This happens because coronary arteries that supply the heart with blood can slowly become thicker and harder from a buildup of fat, cholesterol and other substances that together are called plaque. This slow process is known as atherosclerosis. When a plaque in a heart artery breaks, a blood clot forms around the...
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Breast cancer is very dangerous. Get awareness for breast cancer by knowing the breast cancer symptoms.  Brought to you by the Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou, China.