Can Hair Dryers Cause Brain Tumors?

I decided to publish this article after reading a weird statement about using the hair dryer after shower. It stated that using hair dryers directly after shower causes the air to enter through the opened follicles of the scalp, resulting in brain tumors!!!!!! After receiving that shock, I made different researches, and found that there is no scientific evidence on air entering the human head through the open follicles of hair strands, because your skull is not a sewer receiving anything through pipes, or it would have been very cancerous…

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High Cholesterol And Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile Dysfunction

We all know that high cholesterol clogs the blood vessels and results in various health problems, but many of us may not understand how high cholesterol levels affect their sex life. Many men even experience erectile dysfunction without knowing that the main reason is their wrong diet. How erection happens? When sexual simulation happens, either through the touches or thoughts, the brain releases chemicals into the man’s blood to cause the pelvic vessels to relax and therefore allow more blood flow to the penis. The vessels and arteries passing through…

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How To Avoid Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile Dysfunction

As most men suffer from erectile dysfunction with aging or due to having certain health problems, it has become an essential need for each man to watch his lifestyle and learn how to protect his potency. So, let’s start our simple tips on how to avoid erectile dysfunction … 1- Watch your diet: Researches have proven that the diet patterns leading to heart problems can lead to sexual issues, due to the cholesterol plaques impeding a proper flood flow into the heart and the penis. So, when watching your eating…

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Vitamin D

Vitamin D

Vitamin D is a fat soluble vitamin that can be found in fatty foods such as fish, oyster, butter, milk products, beef liver, egg yolk and nuts. The fact that only low doses of vitamin D exist in our food, makes it essential for many to get it from the alternative source, which is the sunlight. The exposure to the ultraviolet rays in sunlight helps our bodies to make vitamin D. The longer you stay in the sun, the more your body makes the vitamin. Since the daily amounts we…

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13 Tips To Limit Indoor Allergies

indoor allergies

As I said in my previous topic, limiting indoor allergies require some attention to our daily habits. So, let’s continue our topic with these 13 tips to limit indoor allergies. 1- Clean your bedroom carpets regularly, and it is better not to use them at all if possible. Instead, keep small carpets and shiny ceramic/wooden floors. 2- Clean your bathroom with mold killing products to guarantee banishing mold from your house. Use the same products for basement and attic. It is also better to use exhaust fans in kitchen and…

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15 Tips To Limit Indoor Allergies

Indoor allergies

Limiting indoor allergies, especially pollen allergy, depends in most cases on sanitizing your house or keeping it clean, washing pollen off your body and hair, and closing your house to keep pollen outside. Many of us understand these factors but some may not notice simple things that ruin the whole job. Here are 15 tips to limit indoor allergies: 1- Having shower regularly every day and directly after returning home helps rinsing away the pollen as it usually sticks on your body and hair when you go out. 2- Sleeping…

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Vitamin D In Fish

Vitamin D is soluble in useful fats such as fish oils, especially cod liver oil, herring, tuna, mackerel, salmon, caviar, and oysters. View other Vitamin D Foods – Cod liver oil: Cod liver oil has been used for log to treat heart diseases that are basically due to high cholesterol levels. It was also known to enhance the function of many organs, softens the skin, and help curing some diseases as it contains vitamin A, E, D and fatty acids. It is important to understand that one tablespoon of cod…

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Vitamin D Foods

vitamin D foods

Most of us know that the exposure to the sun is important as it provides the body with vitamin D through the ultraviolet rays. However, such source can not be considered as a main source for vitamin D as the person may need to stay for long in the sun to obtain the required intake. So, it is not a suitable source for such an essential vitamin and one should then try to eat more of vitamin D foods. As vitamin D can be obtained from the foods, with a…

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Seasonal Allergy Symptoms

Seasonal allergy symptoms

During certain seasons, some of us may get allergic to the climate changes, including dry/dusty weather and spring time. Most of allergy symptoms are similar to the common cold and flu symptoms developed by infection. There is a difference between seasonal allergy symptoms and flu infections, even in the cases when both require medication, which is the degree of severity and which group of symptoms occur together. In common, flu infections, runny nose, sore throat, coughing, high temperature, fatigue and headache are the most obvious ones characterizing flu. These symptoms…

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