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Hormones and back pain – What’s the connection?

From Puberty To Menopause, These Powerful Little messengers are almost single-handedly responsible for running the day-to-day operations of a woman’s body. Hormones travel through the bloodstream from one tissue to another, regulating and facilitating most all of the body’s processes. Growth, sleep/wake patterns, emotions, appetite, and reproductive health are just a handful of the functions that are governed solely by hormones.

BEWARE: Alcohol consumption causes these seven cancers

A new analysis finds compelling evidence that drinking alcohol can cause at least seven types of cancer.
It found that heavy drinkers are at the highest risk, but even low to moderate drinkers are more likely to get certain cancers than non-drinkers.

My sexual history scared my ex guy, my new guy loves me wholly

How many people have you slept with?” he asked.

All of a sudden, six months into our relationship, my boyfriend was insatiably curious about everything that had happened before we’d met. The questions started out simple enough: How old were you when you were first kissed? Then they quickly escalated into questions like: Have you ever had sex in a public place?

Health benefits of lemon you didn't know

Lemon has proved to be nature’s boon to everyone who uses it. It provides many valuable solutions to health-related problems, because it contains its own set of antiseptic and natural medications.

Meet the oldest person with sickle cell disease at 90

At 90, Asiata Onikoyi-Laguda is believed to be the oldest person with sickle cell disease in the world. She was born in November 1925, the same year as Margaret Thatcher, first female British prime minister and Malcolm X, the African American civil rights activist. At that time, the average life expectancy of children born with sickle cell disorder was just five years, but she has defied the odds to live up to 90.

Twin males marry twin ladies on same day

The fascinating tale of Ghanaian twin brothers marrying twin sisters on the same day has caught the imagination of social media persons with varied views expressed.

20 lessons I’ve learned since leaving the church

I haven’t been to church in over a year now, and I’ve been pondering how I should address what I’ve discovered along the way. If you’ve been following my blog for a while, you probably could’ve never guessed that I would end up here.

Backyard chicken is risky to your health

A growing number of chickens and other live poultry are moving from farms to backyards — as pets, producers of fresh eggs, and, if you really want to get your hands dirty, as providers of fertilizer (think chicken poop).

WATCH OUT! These fats could shorten your life

Hold the butter, margarine and high-fat dairy: A new study supports the notion that these “saturated” fats are bad for you. The study, which followed more than 126,000 people for three decades, found that people who ate higher amounts of saturated fats and trans fats died earlier than those who stuck to healthier unsaturated fats.

Meet Martin Fodor: The man who swam across Lake Bosumtwi

These are exciting days for tourism. And I am particularly thrilled because I have just discovered a young man, with huge potential for travel- writing. But there is another hero- Martin Fodor. Martin was in town with a plan to conquer Bosumtwi.

How the porn industry’s anal sex scenes is getting more raw

“It smells like blood. And it tastes like raw flesh. It’s not something you’ve ever been exposed to. But it strikes a chord somewhere deep inside.” That’s how Sheena Shaw, a 29-year-old porn star and extreme anal queen, describes the primal appeal of rosebud—a kind of extreme anal sex that is rapidly gaining popularity in the adult film world, popping boners and flipping stomachs with equal abandon.

16 questions that can make talking about marriage easier

It impossible to pinpoint the exact percentage of marriages that end in divorce, but general consensus has the number hovering at around 50%. That’s quite a scary figure, and not something to turn a blind eye towards.