Aging Characteristics

Saturday, April 30, 2011

Aging Characteristics
Top of the aging process began to occur at ages above 30 years, with a number of characteristics such as:
  1. Dry Skin and Rough (Xerosis Cutis). This condition is characterized by redness, scales and cracks, caused by lack of skin fat and water content and the decrease of oil and sweat gland activity.
  2. Loose skin and wrinkles (Wrinkle and Laxity). Skin looks stiff, not flexible and not elastic. This occurs due to changes and decrease in collagen fibers and elastic fibers that keep skin elasticity.
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Free Of Acne

Friday, April 29, 2011

Free Of Acne

Pare (Momordica charantia) is a green vegetable with a rounded oval shape is irregular. The bitter taste may make pare not so favored by many people. Vegetables are indeed different from other green vegetables, a much-loved by the community. Despite bitter taste, but the properties contained in it big enough, especially to cure various diseases.
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Negative Thinking Impact

Thursday, April 28, 2011

Impact of Negative Thinking

Negative thinking is a pattern or a way of thinking is more inclined on the sides of the negative than the positive side. This mindset can be seen from the beliefs or views that came out, how people behave, and daily behavior. Because of the negative side is more dominant, no wonder if this way of thinking fulfilled a priori attitude, prejudice, mistrust, suspicion, and doubts, who are often without basic or no reason at all.
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Stroke and Broccoli

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Stroke and Broccoli

Broccoli effective in preventing heart attacks and strokes. According to the researchers, the chemicals contained sulforaphane in broccoli, works to strengthen the immune system to prevent clogged arteries. Several other plant species that also contain chemicals other than broccoli are cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, and pak choi.
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Sleep Soundly Tips

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Sleep Soundly Tips
Sleep is a fun activity. Sleeping off all our fatigue during a full day to go back to recharge the power to initiate the next day's activities.

Normal sleep duration for adults is 8 hours. However, not everyone can sleep according to the normal bedtime. During sleep, our bodies also repair damaged cells in the body also makes our mind become calmer.
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Kale as Anti Pioson

Monday, April 25, 2011

Kale As an Anti-Poison

Kale originated in India, then spread to Malaysia, Burma, Indonesia, South China, Australia, and Africa. In China, swamp known as the Weng suey. In Europe, kale called swamp cabbage, water convolvulus, or water spinach.
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Tomato Prevents Wrinkles Skin

Sunday, April 24, 2011

Tomatoes Protect Skin From Wrinkles

You want to know the secret of youth? By consuming tomatoes, your skin will remain intact.

The team of researchers from the British Society for Investigative Dermatology which is a combination of the University of Manchester and Newcastle found that eating five tablespoons of tomato sauce per day can help improve the skin and protect it from the effects of ultraviolet light. The result turns out, tomatoes effective in preventing premature aging, even in patients with cancer.
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Acne Spreading

Saturday, April 23, 2011

Acne Spreading
However, today, not only facial skin that can become infected with acne. Dorsal skin can be affected by acne.
Back area is the part that many oil producing, just like the face. And the more oil if you frequently rub the part, because of the hard massage will stimulate the oil glands. Because that's so greasy back is the best place for acne appears, especially the back is a difficult area to reach the bath, then back sometimes can not be in the clear optimally.
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Cervical Cancer

Friday, April 22, 2011

Cervical Cancer
Cervical cancer is a type of cancer that 99.7% are caused by human papilloma virus (HPV) oncogenic, which attacks the cervix. This cancer can present with vaginal bleeding but symptoms of this cancer did not appear until the cancer is entering a stage further. In developing countries, widespread use of cervical surveillance program to reduce the incidence of invasive cervical cancer by 50% or more. Most studies have found that infection with human papilloma virus (HPV) is responsible for all cases of cervical cancer. Treatment includes surgery at an early stage, and chemotherapy and / or radiotherapy in end-stage disease.
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Traps in Weight

Thursday, April 21, 2011

Traps that Increase Weight

Each woman must be afraid of being fat. Various ways done in order to lose weight for an ideal. The most feared is the obesity that occurs precisely because of pregnancy.

Once a mother, without realizing the daily habits began to change. Snacking while watching cartoons with your child or accompany him play while sitting around a big hand with increasing numbers on the scale.
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Teenage Diet

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Teenage Diet = Obesity Risk

Young women today have much to go on a diet to lose weight. But it was a diet that they do this early on will bring the risk of obesity when they grow up. The harder they go on a diet, the greater the risk of obesity that will be experienced.
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Supplements Addiction

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Beware Addiction of Supplements!
Many people who lack understanding consume multivitamins, minerals in high doses, and other supplements that come from other countries. Though it is not impossible that the product is only suitable for people in the country created a supplement.
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How To Cope Stress

Monday, April 18, 2011

12 Tips To Cope Stress
Have you ever felt your work was starting to feel pain in the ass because the amount of pressure you get at work?

Maybe you start to feel your clients increasingly fussy and fussy, your boss starts acting very annoying to constantly dissatisfied with the job or even criticize your work. Strangely, this only happened recently. Maybe this is a sign you begin to experience what is called burnout or what we call the saturation (which is usually caused by stress).
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Soy Benefits

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Soy Benefits

History of soybean
First note of soybeans in the Journal of Chinese Materia Medica was written by the emperor Sheng Nung in 2838 BC. Mentioned that wild soybean (Glycine ururiencis) is the first type of soybean grown in Manchuria region (mainland China). From China, soybeans extended to Japan (6th century) and Europe (17th century).
Nutritional content of soybean is a source of protein, fat, vitamins, minerals, and fiber.
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Eye Fatigue

Saturday, April 16, 2011

Fatigue In the Eye
Fatigue in the eye is often referred to as Computer Eye Syndrome or asthenopia in medical language.

Computer Eye Syndrome is a condition which manifests non-specific subject such as excessive fatigue, pain, blurred vision, headaches and so on due to the use of computers after other causes ruled out. The first thing we can do is to re-arrange the monitor settings and room to work, for the ill effects of Computer Eye Syndrome can be minimized.
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Milk & Cheese Cause Acne

Friday, April 15, 2011

Acne Due to Consumption of Milk & Cheese

Recent research shows that some specific food products can lead to pimples or acne. A large study on the subject ever conducted and published in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology.

So far, the dermatologist said that the acne that occurs in a person is influenced by genetic factors and hormonal imbalance, and usually occurs in those undergoing puberty, pregnancy, and menopause.
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Body Needs Water

Thursday, April 14, 2011

Body Needs Water
Normal water content in the human body ranges from 70 to 80% of body weight. In the body, water is supposed to undergo a process of absorption in the small intestine, reabsorption in the colon, is also undergoing a process of spending through sweat glands and urinary tract.
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Let's Push Up

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Let's Push-Up!
Push-up is a symbol of health, which is also used as a barometer of fitness the most simple, easy, and the fastest. Push-up test the whole body, set the muscles in the arm, chest, abdomen, hips, and legs.

Push-up requires the body tense as a board with your toes and palms on the floor. Movements such as lifting and weight loss requires strength and endurance are primed to do push-ups movement many times.
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Healthy Diet

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Healthy Diet For You!

It is reasonable if there is an increase of uncontrolled weight after pregnancy. Of course, all I want to restore the ideal body shape such as a girl and a beautiful Mom. All you need to process, and of course, patience and struggle without compromising nutrition and nutrition for your baby. Be careful! One of the programs and slimming step, you can endanger yourself and the little guy. Do not be lulled by instant slimming drugs. Slimming program's success is not only up to you to get back into shape, but certainly successful in health and lactation. Diet can you do when your baby is 6 months old.
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Healthy Body

Monday, April 11, 2011

How to Make Healthy Body
Sports should be used as a childhood habit. Not only that, parents also need to provide concrete examples, because endurance (stamina) and immunity (the ability to fight disease) is obtained from the much-needed exercise. One was done to prevent excessive fat in the body.
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Bacteria, Viruses, and Antibiotics

Sunday, April 10, 2011

Bacteria, Viruses, and Antibiotics

Bacteria are single-organisms that sometimes can be found inside and outside of our entire body, except in blood and spinal fluid (spinal cord). Most bacteria are not harmful. In fact some of the bacteria are actually beneficial. Nevertheless, there are disease-causing bacteria that can lead to diseases, like strep throat from streptococcal bacteria and a number of ear infections.
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Healthy Foods For Heart

Healthy Foods For Heart
Food you eat indirectly affect your heart health. Here are some foods that are considered good for the heart, among others:
Oatmeal is rich in omega-3 fatty acids, folate and potassium. In addition, these fiber-rich foods can also reduce levels of bad LDL cholesterol and prevent the formation of plaque on artery walls.
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How to Overcome Acne

Saturday, April 9, 2011

How to Overcome Acne
Of course many of us who crave the skin is clean and bright, especially women. There is a pimple that arise in the face of it, sometimes it makes us cranky. Acne that often come attached to the face we really annoying. Causes us to sometimes feel insecure and uncomfortable in daily life.

Acne is caused by excessive oil production. Many factors can trigger the appearance of acne is heredity, diet, psychological factors also affect, for example, just when my period, stress, use of cosmetics that do not match or taking certain medications can cause acne. Until this time, there is no medicine that can cure acne completely. However much effort you can do to help cure or at least reduce the growth of acne.
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Friday, April 8, 2011

Acne (Acne Vulgaris)

Acne (acne vulgaris) can be one sign that someone is going through puberty. However, not everyone is pimply puberty must have been or are being puberty do not always have breakouts. Acne can occur due to hormonal changes and accumulation of fat in the skin tissue that trigger the appearance of acne. Therefore, facial cleanliness should always be kept clear of acne.
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Grow Faster Hair

Thursday, April 7, 2011

How to make Hair Grow Faster

HAIR healthy not be obtained due to heredity, but is the result of intensive care. There is no instant drug that miraculously healthy long hair.

However, there are some things you can do to make your hair grow healthy and beautiful, as reviewed by Carefair.
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Banana, Stress Medicine

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Banana, Stress Natural Medicine

As reported in VIVAnews, that bananas contain nutrients that are good for health. One of the ingredients in banana is fructooligosaccharides (FOS) that serves to:
  • Lowering cholesterol
  • Reduce the risk of heart disease
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Benefits Of Milk

Other Benefits Of Milk

You must have known the benefits of milk for the body if taken every day, but other than that there are benefits of milk for other activities. Want to know?
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Mesothelioma is a rare form of cancer that occurs in the thin tissue that covers most internal organs (mesothelium). Doctors divide Mesothelioma into several types based on which part of this cancer occurs. Among others:
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About Diseases

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Infectious and Non Infectious Diseases

Infectious disease. While understanding the medical terminology is a disease caused by a biological agent (such as viruses, bacteria or parasites), not due to physical factors (such as burns and trauma impact) or chemical (such as poisoning) which can be passed or transmitted through certain media such as Air (TB, Infulenza, and others), places to eat and drink less clean washing (Hepatitis, Typhoid / Types, and others), syringes and blood transfusion (HIV Aids, Hepatitis, and others). While the disease is not contagious illnesses suffered by patients. Generally caused by: congenital / descent, birth defects caused by processing errors, the impact of drug use or consumption of various foods and beverages, including smoking, stress conditions that lead to psychiatric disorders.
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Psychosomatic Disorders

Psychosomatic Disorders
Psychosomatic disorders can be interpreted as a reaction to the soul in the physical (soma). According to the American Psychosomatic Society (2005), psychosomatic disorders derived from the Greek (Psyche = soul and Soma = physical), so that the psychosomatic relationship can be interpreted as physical and mental. There is a very close relationship between physical factors, psychological factors, and social to the journey of a disease.
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Fatal Diet Mistakes

Monday, April 4, 2011

Most Fatal Mistakes In Diet

People's views about the Diet is to eat less in order to lose weight. Reduce feeding can be associated with the following things that turned out to harm our bodies and the results are even our weight never goes down. Or if it can go down, in the near future will go back up the so-called yo-yo dieting.
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Laser Hair Removal

Remove Fur With Laser Hair Removal
Eliminate the fine hair on the body does not merely have to be done by waxing or shaving. The new method you can try is 'Laser Hair Removal'.

Growth of hair on arms, legs, face and in the genital often interfere with the appearance of femininity. Laser hair removal is permanent solution to eliminate them.
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Alcohol Impact

Impact of Alcohol
Consuming alcoholic beverages is now such a part of life style of some communities. Starting from a mere trial, many of which later end up addicted to this one type of beverage.

So far, the negative impact of excessive alcohol consumption the most widely known is drunk only, and that may disappear by itself. But it turned out negative effects not just stop there. Not just cause drunk, but alcohol also has other negative effects to the body. Impact of high alcohol-containing beverages in humans are destroying the human body's metabolic system which then lead to addictive and damaging some elements of the brain.
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Addiction Food

Sunday, April 3, 2011

Addiction Food
Some of the food contains substances that can make people addicted. Without realizing it, a number of favorite foods containing addictive ingredients that make people always want it again and again.

Of course this is dangerous because it can create uncontrollable appetite and trigger weight gain. What are the materials?
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Drowsiness At Night

Drowsiness At Night

Why are we sleepy at night? Or why when a rural community which had no electricity tend to sleep more quickly? The answer is because of the melatonin
hormone . SCN will tell your body to release the melatonin hormone if it was dark. Furthermore, the melatonin hormone will tell your body to rest. But with the presence of electric lights which made the atmosphere becomes bright at night inhibits the release of the melatonin hormone, which makes human sleeps at more late-night than ever before.
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Coffee Impact

Saturday, April 2, 2011

Coffee for Your Body
Coffee, the world's favorite beverage was given a lot of benefit to the body. What are they?


According to researchers at Harvard, consuming six or more cups of coffee a day may reduce the risk of diabetes. 54% for men, and 30% for women.
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First Menstruation

First Menstruation

Confused, restless, uncomfortable feeling when a girl found herself having menses for the first time.

He indeed had never heard of this problem before menses. It's just that the new knowledge he got from his friends. His own parents never talk about it.


First menstruation or menarche is a natural thing for sure experienced by every normal woman and not have to worry. When that does not happen, then we need restless.
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Anti Stress Food

Friday, April 1, 2011

Anti Stress Food
Never stress? Stress has become part of our society today, especially for people who live in big cities (which is included in the Metropolitan category). Various problems that cause stress can easily be found in these cities.
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