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Cervical Cancer Symptoms, Causes And Stats

Cervical cancer is the cancer that forms in the tissues of the cervix, organ which connects the uterus and vagina. Until advanced stages the symptoms of this cancer is absent. The human papillomavirus, also known as HPV, infection is an important factor for all types of cervical cancer. The HPV vaccine, licensed in the U.S. and the EU, is effective...

Best Honeymoon Destinations In The World

Fiji, South Pacific Fiji is known for tropical sunset, bure by the water, barefoot walks on the beach and all the peace any honeymoon couple wish for. There's plenty of fun on offer on more than 300 islands of Fiji. Few well known quieter islands here are the Tavenui, Yasawas, Matangi, Tokoriki, tiny Toberua and beautiful Beqa Legoon. Thailand Thailand has regularly...

Dietary Supplements Are Not Safe, May Cause ER Visit: Federal Study

A new federal study finds dietary supplements send more than 20,000 Americans to hospitals every year and the riskiest ones are energy-boosting and weight-loss products. Details of the government research report can be found on the New England Journal of Medicine. It writes unlike the over-the-counter medications the herbal products are not required to identify adverse effects on the...

What will you do to recover your lost iPad or iPod

There’s good tracking system to recover your lost iPhone, but what if you have lost your iPad or iPod? Let’s find out. StuffBak sticker If somebody finds your lost iPad or iPod and you want them to return to them, even with some little incentive, you can use stuffBak sticker, which are specially coded stickers affixed to your device. The sticker...

Top Tips How To Use iBooks In OS X Mavericks

A few are really using iBooks on Mac for leisure reading, mostly the app is used for research projects, assignments and other school works if I am not wrong. However, the Mac OS X 10.9 Maverick has reinvented iBooks and it is more congenial to reading serious stuff and annotating books. It is also similar to Apple’s iPhone or...

Common Diet Plans Does Not Fit All, Personalized Advice Required: Study

In a new study it is found universal healthy diet may not work equally fine for everyone and so it is suggested to scrap the diet plan as of now as people's responses to food varies significantly. Researchers Eran Elinav and Eran Segal of the Weizmann Institute of Science conducted the study concluding people can metabolize differently the exact...

Parasitic Worm Infections Boost Female Fertility: Finding

The Tsimane women in Bolivia are believed to be the most fertile in the world with an average family size of nine to ten children in their lifetimes. Some women of the community are even more fertile than others. Researchers from the University of California at Santa Barbara collected information of 986 indigenous women in Bolivia and found about...

Top Tips How Introverts Can Be Successful In Life

Introverts find the job market challenging and rising to the extreme high in career seems almost impossible for them. However, career experts believe they too can easily compete with the extroverts and can have a successful career: Smile is the key to success and this simple act is found rare in many people. It is strongly suggested for the introverts...

Prostate Cancer Cases Decline Sharply In Recent Years: Study

In recent years cases of prostate cancer has dropped down sharply in United States. The studies by American Cancer Society reveal decline is in both the rate of prostate screenings as well as in the incidence of prostate-cancer diagnoses. The significant drop in the rate comes after the recommendations of US Preventive Services Task Force against routine testing for...

Coffee Drinkers Less Likely To Die From Premature Death: Study

In a new study it is found drinking coffee daily may save an individual from heart disease, neurological disease, type 2 diabetes and other such diseases. However, researchers have not looked into how coffee consumption could change health outlooks, but they found it causes a decreased risk of death. According to senior author Dr Frank Hu of the Harvard...