Monthly Archives: December 2016

Do You Know What Is Alopecia?

PC. Luis Quiroz Ravines

Scientific Japanese, in 2009, discovered a gene called SOX21, that could be responsible for hair loss in men and women and at the same time in the India, a researcher found, the relationship between hair loss and hormone androgenic. According to this theory, androgenetic alopecia, it would be the unintended anabolic effect of androgens

But what is alopecia?

Modern medicine described “alopecia “as the loss of hair from the head or sometimes the body, which can reach baldness.

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Diabetes drug’s happy side effect: Weight loss


Right after residency, I took a summer job in a family practice in a beach town on Long Island, covering Fridays and weekends for the regular doctors. The setting was quite different from my training in an urban hospital. It was a bit of a culture shock to go from a world of critically ill hospitalized patients to an outpatient suburban setting where most weekend appointments were for sore throats, rashes and sprained ankles. But I quickly became a pro at Lyme disease identification.








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Exercise May Be the Most Effective Weapon Against Aging

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Keeping active may be the secret to staying young for both mice and men. Researchers from Canada’s McMaster University discovered that endurance exercise could halt the aging process in a group of mice, even though they were genetically engineered to age faster.

These furry creatures continued to exhibit the same youthful appearance as normal mice after engaging in a treadmill exercise routine over a period of several months. In addition, the exercise program prevented premature aging in almost every organ of the morphed mice. Details on the mighty mice can be found in the journal .Read the rest

Health boosting benefits of cinnamon


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While cinnamon is a popular spice in Indian cooking, did you know that it has a host of health benefits as well? 

Made from the inner bark of trees called cinnamomum, here’s why you should include it in your daily routine…


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– Packed with antioxidants, cinnamon is said to make sure your body can withstand oxidative damage, which happens when free radicals enter the body.

– Also called a superfood, cinnamon contains an antioxidants called polyphenols, which helps keep illnesses at bay.

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The new secret to preventing a heart attack? Half a glass of pomegranate juice and three dates a day – but you really should eat the STONES, too


  • Combination of pomegranates, date fruits and stones contains antioxidants
  • They prevent atherosclerosis – arteries becoming hard and clogged with fat
  • Can reduce the hardening by 33% and reduce fat being deposited by 28%
  • Stones in the dates should be ‘ground up into a paste an eaten as well’ 

Half a glass of pomegranate juice and a handful of dates can improve heart health, a study found.

This combination of juice and fruit can protect against heart disease and stroke, researchers discovered.

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Fast Shampoo Reviews and Testimonials

By PC. Luis Quiroz Ravines

Who doesn’t want a prettier, brighter, and longer hair? Our article Fast Shampoo Reviews and Testimonials will tell you about this cosmetic option that could help you to wear hair longer in less time.

FAST, registered trademark of Nisim for (Fortified Amino Scalp Therapy) is a shampoo and conditioner that promises to grow Read the rest

How FAT could save your life: From dark chocolate to almonds, we reveal the 9 foods that can help you live longer


If you have fat phobia, it’s time to get over it.

Eating a diet that includes healthy fats can increase your chances of living for longer, research suggests.

The 30-year Harvard University study found people who frequently consume unsaturated fats have a much lower risk of dying early.

Polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats are found in fish and vegetable oils and provide many health benefits.

Here, writing for Healthista, Carly Jade Cochrane reveals the nine healthiest fats and how you can indulge in them without feeling guilty..



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This is a real life story about a young woman who had more than 150 kg. Her obesity problem became even more terrifying, when she became pregnant at 17 years old and when she began to eat much more, than she used to. The problem with her weight was really scary and 30 doctors told her that if she continues to eat this much, she will have just 1 year to live.


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Chinese Traditional Remedies for Hair Loss

By PC. Luis Quiroz Ravines

Ancient traditional Chinese medicine, remains to the present and is widely applied in China's health facilities. Acupressure, acupuncture and herbology, in XXI century have full force and increasingly are legitimate scientific basis for each method.

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Different diseases are successfully treated with these methods and it is not surprising, for hair loss, also have ancestral options.

To prevent, control and treat hair, especially of male pattern hair loss, the Chinese used different herbs, some of which I describe below


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Exercise Beats Vitamin D for Injury Prevention


Exercise and vitamin D supplements may help prevent injurious falls in older adults, a randomized trial found.

Finnish researchers recruited 409 women ages 70 to 80 who were living at home. They randomly assigned them to one of four groups: a placebo without exercise, daily vitamin D supplements without exercise, placebo with exercise, and vitamin D supplements with exercise. The exercises, done regularly over two years, concentrated on balance, weight bearing, strength and agility. The study is online at JAMA Internal Medicine.





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