Showing posts from October, 2011

Health Benefits of Regular Exercise For Men

Are you of a temperament why bother working out? whose got time to walk? Then this article is very important for you to read and find out what regular exercise can do for you.

When you were in your former college and baseball player, you loved working out. You got real pleasure out of pushing yourself hard at the gym, and then you liked the feeling of tired but virtuous afterwards. You figured regular physical activity and its health benefits would always be a part of your life.

But then came marriage, three kids, a demanding job as a software engineer — and a thousand and one excuses not to make it to the gym. “For a little while, you convince yourself you’re still in pretty good shape,” You remember. “Sure, you’re a few kgs heavier. Sure, your blood pressure’s a few points higher. But you’re still pretty healthy, right?”

Well, maybe not. By the time you hit 40, You were 15 kgs heavier than you had been in college. Your blood pressure was nudging up into the danger zone, and your cho…

Pancreatic Cancer: Apple Founder Steve Jobs Battled Pancreatic Cancer for Years

Pancreatic cancer usually goes undetected until it's advanced. By the time symptoms occur, diagnosing pancreatic cancer is usually relatively straightforward. Unfortunately, a cure is rarely possible at that point. Diagnosing pancreatic cancer usually happens when someone comes to the doctor after experiencing weeks or months of symptoms. Pancreatic cancer symptoms frequently include abdominal pain, weight loss, or jaundice (yellow skin).
Pancreatic cancer has gained attention from the diagnoses of several prominent figures, including Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, who was diagnosed in 2003 and died Oct. 5, 2011. Jobs had an islet cell neuroendocrine tumor, a rare form of the disease. U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and actor Patrick Swayze have also faced pancreatic cancer. Swayze died in 2009. The lifetime risk of pancreatic cancer is about 1 in 71.

So what are the Pancreatic cancer facts Most pancreatic cancers are adenocarcinomas.Few patients diagnosed with pancreati…

Enhance Fertility: Male Infertility Treatments

Male infertility refers to the inability of a male to achieve a pregnancy in a fertile female. Fertility depends upon the fertility of both the partners. Any fault in either partner can lead to infertility. Studies have shown that 40% of infertility is due to the male partner. The commonest reason, is a low sperm count, which can be attributed to various causes.
There are many ways to enhance fertility: With advanced medical technology, male infertility can be treated. Some male infertility causes can be treated through surgery. The other treatments may include: » Incase of infections, treatment with antibiotics is possible.
» Surgical operations which help to remove a varicocele, reverse a vasectomy, or repair a duct obstruction
» Medications or fertility drugs to improve sperm production » In extreme cases, when there is no success in the above treatments or the male infertility caise is untreatable or not known, IUI treatment or IVF treatment may be suggested.
Other Methods for Inferti…
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