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Yoga & Meditation

Yoga to manage Dermatitis

Dermatitis is a broad term that refers to any inflammation of the skin. Poison ivy and similar rashes are known as contact dermatitis, caused by touching something that irritates a patch of skin.

Articles

Queen of Pole-Dancing Anastasia Skukhtorova Unveils her Workout, Diet and Beauty Secrets

Anastasia Skukhtorova was born in Moscow Russia in 1990. She began pole dancing at Moscow School in December of 2008 when she was only 18 years old. The first exposure Anastasia had of pole dance as art and sport was watching videos of her pole idols, Jenyne Butterfly and Felix Cane.

Women Beauty

Hair fall During Summer

Summer is just fraught with hair danger, and prevention is key. Drying and thinning of hair is a common feature, especially during summers and it is very important that due care is followed to protect it from the summer heat and the sun rays. During the summer season hair turn dull and lusterless lacking nourishment.

Fitness for Models

Mountain Climber: Do It Anywhere Exercise for the Season

Its time for bikini season, and here comes an explosive, do-anywhere move that will help you score awesome abs.

Obesity Center

Food Swapping can help you Lose Weight

According to a new research by Andersen et al, published in the International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition (2016), participants recorded on average a lower intake of food per kilogram of body weight during the trial.

Top 10 Fitness Tips

Top 10 Terrific Machine Exercises

The most common weight apparatus in a gym is called a multi-station machine. It consists of a strong metal framework, pulleys, handles, seats, ankle cuffs, and adjustable iron weights.

 

Fertility & Pregnancy

Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS): Parent's Physical Closeness of Significance

Consumption of opiate or narcotic drugs such as heroin, codeine, oxycodone (Oxycontin) methadone or buprenorphine by a pregnant woman can lead to Neonatal abstinence syndrome in a newborn.

Quiz

Rate your Fat Eating Habits

Fat is an essential part of the diet. yet eating too much of it - especially of highly saturated animal and dairy fats - appears to be a major factor in many illnesses. The following questions are designed to help you to rate your own fat-eating habits.