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Omega-3-Fatty acid – sources and importance

Omega-3-Fatty acid is a groups of three fatty acids namely α-Linolenic acid (ALA), Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA). These are essential fatty acids because human have limited ability to produce Omega-3-Fatty acid in body so it must include in diet or should be given as external suppliments more over this ability also decrease

Causes and Management of Vaginal Discharge

Most of the cases the vaginal discharge is absolutely normal and has an import physiological function. The dead cells and bacteria produced in vagina are carried away by vaginal discharge to keep the vagina and cervix clean. The healthy vaginal discharge is white, thick, odourless. Women often have vaginal discharge before starting and after the

Silicone Breast Implants – New Views and WFAA

Dr. True was featured in the WFAA TV show “Good Morning Texas” today discussing breast augmentation using silicone implants. The new silicone gel implants have recently been shown to be about as safe as saline implants but offer a more natural look and feel to the breasts. The complications from the old silicone implants are

Prevent your Brain from “Shrinking” with Age

Hidden in your DNA is a secret weapon the can help reverse memory loss, dementia, and Alzheimer’s disease. Normally, as you get older, unless you do something about it, your brain will shrink. This process begins your early 30s and you end up losing up to 25% of your brain volume during your lifetime. This

Improve You Heart Health with this Italian Fruit

Improve your cardiovascular, heart health, with a new preparation made from a citrus fruit grown in Italy. Called Bergamot, a plant grown in beautiful southern Italy, can help you lower your cholesterol level, your triglycerides, and improve your glucose metabolism to help restore health to your heart. It is especially useful when statin drugs cause

Importance of Vitamin A for maintaining good health

Vitamin A is a fat soluble vitamin and a very important vitamin for human body. Vitamin A is essential for vision (due to the production of rodopsin) and gene transcription. It also helps in overall growth and development and the maintenance of the immune system. Vitamin A is actually not just a single molecule. A