Monthly Archives: February 2016

EMF Waves and How to Protect Against Them

EMF or electromagnet fields are created by pretty much everything, naturally, including our own bodies. However, the EMFs emitted naturally are very low in intensity. Technology has caught on to these waves in order to advance cell phone service and

7 Questions to Ask a Cardiologist if You Have a Serious Condition

The importance of routine check ups are usually not thought about until something potentially serious comes up. In the event that does happen, there’s a good chance the problem will have something to do with your heart. Approximately one out

New Orthopedic Technology That Could Help Sports Teams and Everyday People

Innovations in health services are always met with great excitement, but when it can have an impact on America’s favorite sport it takes on a whole other level. Like it or not football is currently king in the U.S. and

The Importance of Keeping Your Child’s Ear, Nose, and Throat Healthy

Children today are unlike the children of any generation before them. There have been so many medical breakthroughs in recent years and, for that, our children may have never been healthier. These breakthroughs, combined with other developments in adolescent health,

FUE Hair Transplants Create a Natural Look

There are many different causes of hair loss: natural aging, stress, illness, poor health and nutrition. But they all have one common psychological result, leading to a loss of confidence that spills over into all areas of life. Even when

Protect Yourself From Radiation With an EMF Blocker

You might think that your home is the safest place you can be, but when it comes to exposure to radiation, it might be one of the most dangerous. Your home — and your workplace — has a number of

6 Tips for Keeping Your Knees Healthy and Happy

Sports injuries are very common in the United States. Orthopedic problems send millions of people to sports medicine experts every year. In 2006, nearly 7.5 million adults sought medical help for shoulder problems such as sprains and strains. Many Americans

One In Four Deaths Are Caused By Heart Problems Here’s What You Can Do

Mild to severe heart problems are some of the most common issues facing modern Americans today. Whether it’s an increased risk of heart attack in young adults due to smoking or an onset of heart failure brought on by age,

Non Surgical Treatment for Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea is a condition in which the breathing is blocked or interrupted during sleep. It is very common, affecting one out of three men and one out of six women. And at the same time, it is also very

Non-invasive Cosmetic Treatments That Make A Woman Feel Beautiful

A woman should never feel like she has to undergo a cosmetic procedure to cover her flaws in order to be beautiful; but she should feel free to get any cosmetic treatment she wants to promote the beauty she already