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The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly Of Health Enhancers

Just like everything else, there are many different sides to even health enhancers. While they can help asthmatics or those suffering from breathing difficulties, they can also have serious side effects such as nausea, hair loss, and the like but only when theyare abused without setting a healthy limits to their consumption. When people realize this, they will never view ... Read More »

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With obesity spreading like epidemic in the modern generation, people are desperate to explore every possible opportunity that will lose weight. There are various supplements in the market that provide such benefit but most of them have the risk of severe side effects that might permanently damage the well-being of an individual.in such case Forskolin comes as a much needed ... Read More »

More on Anavar Tablets

Anavar tablets are the common steroids that are used by the professional body builders and for improving the muscle strength. This is one of the steroids that are less toxic and are also less androgenic. Points to be taken care while consuming Anavar It should be taken care that people who consume the tablet for around three weeks should not ... Read More »

The modern usage of steroids

  Steroids, also known as Roids and are included in a class of drugs which mirror the effects of naturally producing testosterone. How Steroids are useful in treatment: These drugs can be given for medical treatment of AIDS and cancer, which experience a reduction of the body’s mean muscle mass. Children are often given these steroids in cases of delays ... Read More »

The Role of Health Supplements

Today, a large part of the population includes a variety of unhealthy food in their diet. With the dependence on fried foods and trans fats, we’re not getting what we need to in terms of minerals and nutrients. A dependence on processed food items is unhealthy as processed food contains fewer nutrients than raw unprocessed food. To fill up the ... Read More »

Are You Impulsive? Maybe Your Brain Is to Blame

Some people’s brain structures may lower their inhibitions and make it easier for them to engage in risky or impulsive behavior, according to a new study. Researchers examined more than 1,200 healthy young adults with no history of psychiatric disorders or substance dependence. They found that the participants who were more inclined to act impulsively or to seek thrills had ... Read More »

Weight-Loss Supplements May Contain Banned Drug

A drug banned from competitive sports can be found at high doses in some weight-loss and workout supplements — a finding that researchers say is alarming and could potentially pose health risks. In a new study, researchers analyzed 27 weight-loss and workout supplements now available on the market that listed an ingredient called methylsynephrine on the label. Methylsynephrine, also known as ... Read More »

Street Heroin Use Could Be Curbed with Morphine-Like Drug

Heroin addiction is notoriously difficult to overcome, but a new study finds that some people with particularly serious addictions may benefit from treatment with a drug related to morphine. The study, from researchers in Canada, focused on the small portion of people with heroin addiction who have tried and failed to treat their addiction multiple times with existing medications — ... Read More »

One Question Could Help Spot Drinking Problems in Teens

One simple question may reveal a lot about a teen’s risk of developing an alcohol problem, a new study finds. The study focused on teen alcohol screening, or questions that doctors can ask to flag those who may be at risk for problem drinking. Results showed that one question — how many days they drank in the past year  — ... Read More »

Injection of Tiny Beads Could Curb Hunger, Promote Weight Loss

A small injection could lead to decreased feelings of hunger as well as major weight loss, a small new study finds. The procedure, known as bariatric arterial embolization, has only been tested in seven patients, and much more research will be needed in order to confirm its safety and effectiveness. However, the doctors who completed the study are “excited about ... Read More »