Male Pattern Baldness: Why and How do Some Men Go
According to HealthXchange, balding is common in men and almost all men will get some form of male pattern hair loss in their lifetime. Also known as androgenetic alopecia, it usually takes 15 to 25 years for men to go completely bald. However, there are some men who lose all their hair in five years or less.
What is male pattern baldness?
One of the first signs of male pattern baldness includes thinning at the sides (temples) and on the top of the head (crown). Over ti
The Paleo Diet – Should You Be Eating and Living
The Paleo Diet, which basically involves eating the same foods our Stone Age ancestors supposedly ate (i.e. fresh fruits, vegetables, meat, seafood and nuts), is now one of the most popular diet and nutrition lifestyles around.
But what does the Paleo Diet really entails – and are you aware of the health benefits and risks of “going Paleo”?
We lay down the rules of the Paleo Diet and the effects this Stone Age lifestyle have on our health.
What is the Paleo die
10 Worst Drinks for Your Health
When you are feeling thirsty, your impulse reaction is to reach out for a refreshing drink that is seemingly “healthy”. But similar to the food we eat, it is also important to take note of the nutritional content of your drinks.
Here’s a list of drinks to cross off your list as they may not be doing much good to your health. Do also check out the suggested beverage alternatives which make better, healthier choices:
1. Fruit Juices
What You Need to Know about the MMR Vaccine (Measl
In Singapore, the Measles, Mumps & Rubella (MMR) vaccine is offered to children after their first birthday as part of the National Childhood Immunisation Schedule (NCIS). Given in two doses, the vaccine protects against measles, mumps and rubella which are highly contagious childhood diseases that can lead to serious complications in children and even death, in the case of measles.
Your child is required to complete the MMR vaccination upon registering for primary scho
This Simple Rice-Cooking Hack Could Reduce Calorie
Cooking rice with a teaspoon of coconut oil then refrigerating it for 12 hours more than halves the number of calories absorbed by the body, scientists have shown.
It sounds too good to be true but this simple rice-cooking hack could reduce its calorie content by 60 per cent.
Scientists in Sri Lanka have discovered that cooking rice with a teaspoon of coconut oil then refrigerating it for 12 hours more than halves the number of calories absorbed by the body. The change