As we know, the best way to lower cholesterol is with diet and exercise. But that alone is not enough. According to the study, an optimistic attitude can make people easier to control cholesterol levels.
In a study conducted by scientists from the Harvard School of Public Health in Boston and found that adults were always optimistic and positive view, have healthy levels of good cholesterol in the blood. Good cholesterol is one of the determinants of cardiovascular health. (more…)
Have become pregnant and given birth experience often makes women experience changes in posture, become more obese. Surprisingly, the increase in body weight after having a child is not only experienced by women but also their husbands.
A study involving a married British 2000 man prove that the husband’s body weight increased significantly after the birth of first child. When taken on average, weight gain reached 10.16 kg.
Research conducted by the Benenden Healthcare Society and the charity Men’s Health Forum is to prove that the increased weight after having a child is not only experienced by women. In women, a history of pregnancy is always a scapegoat for melarnya body shape. (more…)
Lamotrigine is used alone or in combination with other drugs to prevent and control seizures. It can also be used to help prevent extreme mood swings of bipolar disorder in adults. Lamotrigine is known as an anticonvulsant or antiepileptic drugs. It works by restoring the balance of certain natural substances in the brain.
This medicine is used to prevent and control seizures as in epilepsy. (more…)
A bus driver named Daren Scott of Brockton American, a sudden onset of the condition of the penis up to 4 hours. He came to rumas hospital but medics could not help him until his cock was standing straight for 5 hours. Because he felt snubbed when experiencing a painful penis stand, the man from Massachusetts sued Yale-New Haven Hospital.
By reason of the health care staff at the hospital is too cool to watch television without regard to the patient.According to The Associated Press, Scott suffered from a condition known as priapism, a rare illness that causes the penis remains erect for more than 4 hours at a time, in the absence of psychological or physical stimulation.Scott reportedly was driving a bus from Boston to New York in April 2009 when he suffered a painful erection.
After delivering the passenger bus, Scott checked her condition to the Yale-New Haven Hospital.Hospital service staff told Scott to wait for treatment in the waiting room while the staff was watching a baseball game on television.Scott sued the hospital as much as U.S. $ 2 million or USD 19 billion due to lack of a response services at the hospital.
“Yale-New Haven Hospital denied the allegations and will defend its position in court,” said hospital spokesman Robert Hutchinson, as reported by ABCNews, If left untreated, priapism can result in severe erectile dysfunction. To cope with these conditions, usually performed aspiration of blood from the penis and penile implant dilute phenylephrine.
This most often occurs in boys aged 5-10 years and adults aged 20-50 years. Priapism is also associated with anemia, sores on the genitals and leukemia.”Dilute phenylephrine is used to relieve nasal discomfort caused by colds and allergies. If this fails a drug used to reduce the erection, then the corresponding operation will be pursued,” said Dr. said.
Michael O’Leary, senior urological surgeon at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston.Scott said he was forced to wait for 5 hours before getting treatment. Scott finally had surgery, but to no avail and he still felt the pain for month