Unfortunately, so many couples are struggling with their desire to have a baby. The big problem is that many couples believe that they will never have a child and do not know that there are many different options that are available for them. You need to seriously consider all the options and IVF (in-vitro fertilization) … Continue reading Should You Consider In-Vitro Fertilization?
If you are a diabetic, you know that managing your blood sugar is one of the most important things you can do for your health. By taking your medication, monitoring your blood sugar levels, and maintaining a healthy diet and exercise routine, you ensure that excess blood sugar does not damage your nerves and blood … Continue reading Diabetes Care: More than Just Blood Sugar Management
Who doesn’t wish to have a deeply-chiseled set of abs? While majority of the men dream to become that so-called “Dream Man” for their girls, unfortunately, not all are able to achieve their dream and turn it to reality. A deeply-chiseled set of abs is undoubtedly at the top of every M&F reader’s wish list. … Continue reading The secret to an award-winning 6 pack – Flaunt your body rather than hiding it
As our elderly loved ones get older, they will not be able to do all of the things they used to do in their younger years. This is just how the aging process works. However, some people are able to handle this better than others. For some elderly people, this loss of independence can be … Continue reading Benefits of Living in a Nursing Home
IVF (in vitro fertilisation) is a treatment that can help women or couples with various fertility issues to become pregnant. It has a very high success rate, with leading clinic chain in Spain IVI, who offer conventional IVF treatment as well as other clinical reproductive services like artificial insemination and egg donation, reporting that 90% … Continue reading How Does IVF Work?
Obamacare was supposed to be an aid for the people in the United States, but it seems to have made the situation worse. Obamacare forces people to have health insurance. If they don’t have health insurance, then they are penalized via a fine on their taxes. While having health insurance may seem like something … Continue reading Obamacare and the Rising Cost of Healthcare
Drugs and alcohol can take a heavy toll on physical, mental, emotional, and social health. They infiltrate into many facets of everyday life, therefore treatment must also have a far-reaching effect. It should encompass many different approaches and techniques to provide clients with customized and comprehensive care that supports ongoing recovery. One essential part of … Continue reading The Importance of Exercise in Comprehensive Addiction Recovery
Several years ago, a certain handheld gaming device was basking in attention from one of its highest ever selling games. It focused on brain training – and the country completely bought into it. The idea was that by completing a set of puzzles, we’d all become that little bit smarter. There was meant to be … Continue reading Why Brain Training Is No Longer a Handheld Game – It’s a Serious Business
As you research RN to MSN programs, you’ll learn that a great deal of your job as a nurse involves educating and assisting patients as they navigate chronic illnesses. Unlike many ailments you’ll come across in your daily work, these diseases can be controlled but not cured. In our latest infographic, we’ll discuss the prevalence of … Continue reading The Rise of Chronic Illness
The ageing population in Canada is something that’s been fairly widely documented. Like other industrialized nations, such as Germany and Japan, Canada faces an increasingly aging population. As indicated by Employment and Social Development Canada, in 2011, Canadians ages 65 and older represented 14.4 per cent of the country’s population. In 2031, that per cent … Continue reading Apotex and the Hiring Trends of the Largest Canadian Owned Pharmaceutical Company