Can HCG Injections Help You Get Pregnant?

Posted on: 18 May 2015

Some women have a harder time conceiving children. However, fertility treatments make its more possible for you to become a parent. Read on to find out if HCG injections can help you conceive. What is HCG? HCG stands for human chorionic gonadotropin. It is a hormone that helps with the maturation process of an egg in a female's ovary. This hormone provokes the discharge of the egg during ovulation. It increases sperm count in men and is used as a treatment for women who are unable to conceive.
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Music Hertz Your Hearing: How Earbuds And Headphones Negatively Impact Your Hearing

Posted on: 1 May 2015

Most people would assume that it is only older people who suffer from hearing loss. However, it is possible for young children, teens and younger adults to suffer hearing damage as well. There are many reasons for this, such as an injury, but it can also occur from listening to loud music. In fact, 50 percent of participants in a recent study were found to listen to music at decibels that are considered unsafe.
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PEMF Therapy: a Natural Approach for Treating Chronic Pain

Posted on: 16 April 2015

Back injuries can leave people in pain for the rest of their lives, and this type of pain can be unbearable. If you can relate and are tired of living in pain, you may want to consider looking into a holistic approach for pain relief, and one option you have is to find a doctor that offers PEMF therapy. This is a newer approach for pain relief, and here are three things you should know about it.
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Dos And Don'ts Of Dealing With Mobility Aid Users

Posted on: 2 April 2015

Do you have a friend who has started using crutches? Do you know how to handle the situation when your relative brings their walker when they come for a visit? Have you met a new co-worker that's in a wheelchair? If you've never been around someone with limited mobility, you may feel awkward or socially inept. Here are some dos and don'ts to help you with the situation:  Do ask permission before touching someone's wheelchair: The wheelchair is the personal space of the user and should be respected as if it's part of their body.
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