Talking about death is one those activities that can make even the most talkative extrovert become quiet and uncomfortable. So if we have trouble talking about it, then it is no surprise that planning for death is one of those activities that too many of us choose to bypass. Our inclination to avoid the uncomfortable […]
Archive for September, 2011
As a result of the constant flow of public service announcements highlighting the importance of heart health, there are few among us who have remained unaware of the dangers of hypertension. High blood pressure damages the heart and arteries and can contribute to the heart failing to do its job or can even cause a […]
Although Psoriasis is easy to observe and dismiss as nothing more than an unpleasant skin disease, it is actually a condition with wide-reaching effects on health. This means that for the 4% of the population with the condition, it is important to be aware of the more serious side effects of the disease.
Accumulated wear and tear on the body has long been associated with the aging process. Subsequently, an increase in the number of aches and pains that we experience is generally expected as we age. The understanding of this relationship is by no means new, either. Even in ancient Rome, emperors and educated scholars wrote of […]