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16
Dec
2014
Avoid These Asthma Triggers For A Happy, Healthy Christmas

The festive season is in full swing, but for those with asthma, there could be unexpected risks involved that may aggravate their condition.

According to a recent study by Asthma UK, December is a hazardous month for asthma sufferers, with 1 in 11 people being at increased risk of life-threatening asthma symptoms in the United Kingdom alone.

That means, on Christmas Day, every 10 seconds someone could potentially be having an asthma attack. However, with a little know-how, you can take precautions and breathe easily during the festivities…

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Posted in Asthma  |   Written By Anna   0

26
Nov
2014
Quit Smoking For The Sake Of Your Sex Life

Smokers beware! If you want to set things alight in the bedroom, you need to stub out the cigarettes. Studies have revealed that smoking can lead to erectile dysfunction, also known as impotence, which is the inability to get or maintain an erection.

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Posted in Smoking   |   Written By Sami   0

19
Nov
2014
The Popularity of Female Contraception

The rise of the contraceptive pill over the last few decades has been dramatic. Current statistics show that one in three UK women rely on hormonal contraception to prevent pregnancy. This article aims to shed some light on the reason for this popularity, and whether this trend can be seen as a definitively good or bad thing. As the most popular contraceptive method in the UK at this time, the pill is the chosen method for many women looking for a safe and convenient way to prevent pregnancy and enjoy their sex lives. The initial appeal can be linked with the feminist movement of the 60s. Suddenly there was a way for women to enjoy sex in the same way men did.

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Posted in Contraception   |   Written By Sami   0
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