Health First Magazine Updates

Women’s Health and Sexual Health Special

Women’s Health and Sexual Health Special issue of Health First Magazine provide insight on Women’s Health & Fitness with tips and guidance from Healthcare Professionals. Sexual Health segment focus on both importance and precautions of sexual health related issues. Enjoy reading.

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Sex and Health – Good sexual relationship just not only lifts your mood, it lifts health as well.
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A recent small study advocates that sex is good for your health. It just not only reduces stress, enhance sleep and burns calories, it can also reduce pain, ease sadness, strengthen blood vessels, boost the immune system and lower the risk of prostate and breast cancer. There are many physical, mental and social benefits of having a good sex. HealthFirst makes a note of some common benefits.

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Women’s Healthcare in Gulf Countries
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HealthFirst looks into the healthcare status of women in gulf countries, recent studies and various researches highlights several issues and problems including A) Lack of awareness of vital health issues B) High rate of Obesity C) Increase in chronic conditions D) Lack of authoritativeness to make decision, among many other.

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What is Sexually transmitted infection? How to prevent transmitted infections?s
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Key Sexual Transmitted Disease Facts – 448 million new infections of curable sexually transmitted (syphilis, gonorrhoea, chlamydia and trichomoniasis) infections occur yearly. – Some sexually transmitted infections exist without symptoms. – In pregnant women with untreated early syphilis, 25% of pregnancies result in stillbirth and 14% in neonatal death. – Sexually transmitted infections are the main preventable cause of infertility, particularly in women. – WHO recommends a syndromic approach to diagnosis and management of sexually transmitted infections.

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Women Belly Fat – Quick Tips
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Increase in belly fat can do more than just making you look old. Many Researches have indicated that belly fat also increases the risk of cardiovascular disease, diabetes, certain cancers — even premature death.

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Smokers Blind to the Effects of Tobacco Consumption on Eyesight
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Adults and unborn babies’ vision at risk from compounds in cigarette smoke says Dr. Shabbir Saifuddinan ophthalmologist based in Dubai.

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Eat Well when Exercising
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Watching what you eat is essential to get the results you are after. Fitness First offers some sound dietary advice

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Five Mistakes that are Stopping You Getting a Lean Stomach
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Leading Health Chain Fitness First offers some top tips to help you develop that six pack including most common one of thinking that abdominal (ab) workouts will give you a six pack…

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Do People Avoid your Closeness?
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Does your confidence shakes while whispering jokes to friends or cuddling to dear ones? Have you ever experience that people avoid your closeness just because of bad breath? Or do you avoid proximity of some one in your family or friend whose breath smells foul? Bad breath is a very common problem that can greatly influence the confidence of a person.

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Family Health Tips
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Staying healthy should be a family affair. A paediatrician provides some important tips that will help keep the generations in good shape

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10 Tips to Keep Your Smile Bright
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A beautiful beam can boost your confidence. A team of oral care professionals share their knowledge on how to maintain sparkling teeth

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Staying Healthy… Your Responsibility to your Community as well as Yourself
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Chronic diseases can be attributed to three factors; genetics, ageing and lifestyle. By ensuring that you make healthy lifestyle choices, you will be taking precautions that will allow you to completely avoid some diseases and to significantly defer others.

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Smoking Facts & figures
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Quick Facts about Smoking. 35 percent of high school kids currently smoke cigarettes. 4.5 million children between the ages of 12 and 17 are currently tobacco users. Each day, 3,000 kids become regular smokers and one-third eventually die from tobacco – related diseases. Read more facts.

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Quintessential Cuisine
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Two tasty recipes from a leading chef that have been formulated with good health in mind

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Top Ten Winter Tips for Great Skin
by Dr. Radha Lachhiramani
as the Winter Approaching, a dermatologist give some advice to help keep that radiant glow during the cooler months of the year.