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Rosacea – symptoms and treatments

Rosacea is a chronic skin condition characterised by facial redness or erythema, that sometime associated with pimples or pustules. This condition is more pronounced in fair skinned person but may affect anyone. The peak age of onset of rosacea is between 30 to 60 and the condition is three times more common in women. Rosacea

Important female sex hormones

The hormones, that control, regulate and maintain the development of secondary sex characteristics and affecting the growth or function of the reproductive organs are termed as sex hormones. Sex hormones may produce by the sex glands or by other glands.The most important female sex hormones are Estrogen, Progesterone, Testosterone, Follicle Stimulating Hormone and Lutenising Hormone. Estrogen,

Improving Your Prostate Health

Many men suffer needlessly from problems associated with their prostate gland. Most men equate prostate with performance and the “little blue bill.” This bill increases blood flow and works for a short time only but is not associated with the prostate gland. Most of the time, prostate gland problems include difficulty with urination or possibly

Menopausal Syndrome and Hormone Therapy

Menopause literally means the end of monthly menstruation cycle. More accurately menopause is the cessation of the primary function of the ovaries, i.e. when women no longer ovulate, signaling the end of the fertile phase in women’s life cycle. Menopause usually begins around the age range of 42–58. The transition from reproductive to non-reproductive phase occur