Mummy medals, tiger stripes, and butt smiles are some of the words used to describe stretch marks. Although they are slightly bad to look upon, 80 percent of the population worldwide have them.Read more...
Mummy medals, tiger stripes, and butt smiles are some of the words used to describe stretch marks. Although they are slightly bad to look upon, 80 percent of the population worldwide have them.
Perspiration is a natural process that helps you regulate your temperature. Up to 10-14 liters of sweat are produced throughout the day. When sweat from your skin evaporates, a cooling effect is produced and that is why in summer, people tend to sweat more.
There are many types of natural birth control methods. Its use has declined because of more modern and effective methods. Although it requires a lot of discipline, it is still recommended in women that do not want to get pregnant, but suffer diseases such as vascular, metabolic or any other condition in which the use of contraceptives is contraindicated.
All babies are different, so their pooping habits are no exception, but it is important to know when they are normal and when you should consider talking to your pediatrician about it. Some might have frequent bowel movements and poop after being breastfed while others might take days and not necessarily be constipated.
Birth control is any method used to avoid pregnancy. It has been used since ancient times and has evolved throughout the years. There are different types of birth control, but not all are suitable for you. Some women prefer natural types of contraception that need a lot of discipline and commitment with one’s partner.
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a condition that affects between 2.2 percent and 26.7 percent of women worldwide between the age of 14 and 55, however, up to 70 percent of these women have not been diagnosed with this condition.
Most people have experienced that painful and burning sensation going through your throat leaving the sensation that you are about to have a heart attack, but what really is it?