Category Archives: Medicine & Treatments

Which skin moles are safe to remove?

Moles are growth and marks on the skin that you either get born with or you acquire them due to sun radiations or other conditions. A mole is nothing more than a group of cells that produce more melanin than the cells around them. We

Clary Sage Essential Oil uses

This oil is used for centuries in order to alleviate feminine problems. The content is rich in antioxidants and sclareol, a chemical element that helps in stimulating the hormone production. Thus Clary Sage Essential Oil uses are very important in hormone production offering a balancing

Rosehip oil acne scars healing benefits

Rosehip oil is very well known for its healing and anti-microbial properties, which is why many skin care products have it in their formula. With rosehip oil acne scars heal faster because it is loaded with antioxidants and vitamins like vitamin A and vitamin C

Hepatitis C can cause rheumatic diseases

Hepatitis C virus or HCV is usually the main cause of liver inflammation which can lead to liver failure and liver transplant. Still HCV doesn’t produce just liver inflammation it is also associated with hematologic, renal, dermatologic, rheumatic, and autoimmune disorders. Some of the earliest

Research Explains Human Biting Mechanism

Anders Johansson, a doctoral student at the Department of Integrative Medical Biology from Umeå University in Sweden has brought us into attention his thesis: how do we control our biting power and shape. The research is rather delicious as he studied how we can control

X-rays pediatric radiation performed responsively

The Image Gently campaign was designed for both dentists and parents as it tries to raise awareness regarding imaging. Most parents know that children need smaller portions in everything. They need to be treated with greater care and more attention in order to develop naturally.

Digestive Diseases and Hepatitis B

Hepatitis B (Hep B, HBV) is an inflammation of the liver causing scarring of the liver, liver failure, liver cancer and even death.  Hepatitis B is caused by the hepatitis B virus or HBV and it is estimated that over 300 million people are infected