Author Archives: Verina Mclane

Fight Your Cholesterol with the Right Herbal Supplement

Cholesterol is essential for your body; however, at unusually high level, it can be very dangerous. Cholesterol is considered one of the most important substances that the body needs because it is one of the primary components of cell membranes and because it assists in the production of sex and adrenal hormones. Your body will not be able to digest… Read more »

How to Prepare Your Child for Surgery

Talking to your child about his impending surgery and explaining what lies ahead will help him and you deal better with the situation. It can make the whole procedure less stressful. If your child needs surgery and you have opted for elective surgery, then you have time on your hands to explain to your child all about the procedure. It’s… Read more »

What do Imaginary Conversations with Yourself Signify?

Loneliness, preparation, dissatisfaction, childhood habit or a psychological disorder, imaginary conversations can stem from any of these reasons. Let us have a detailed discussion on the significance of these conversations. The society does not consider imaginary conversations with oneself, normal. As this is not freely accepted, people who feel comfortable in carrying out such conversations, tend to feel awkward about… Read more »

Projectile Vomiting in Infants

Infant vomiting is very common, as babies usually spit up a small amount of the ingested food. But, projectile vomiting in babies could be dangerous, if it is persistent or severe. Most of us are familiar with the fact that infants vomit or spit up after feedings. This is very common in babies and parents do not worry about it,… Read more »

How to Deal With Irritable Male Syndrome

Middle-aged men suffer from irritable male syndrome, which is caused by hormonal fluctuations, biochemical changes and stress. Dealing with this syndrome is necessary to maintain a stress-free life for the man as well as the family. Do you find your husband gloomy, grumpy, impatient, angry, tensed, annoyed, jealous, overworked and stressed these days? If yes, he may be suffering from… Read more »

What is Qigong?

Qigong (Chi Kung) means cultivating energy. It is a system practiced for health maintenance, healing and increasing vitality. All the types of Qigong, involve a posture, (static and dynamic), breathing techniques, and mental focus. Over the time, five distinct traditions of Qigong has been developed in China, each with its own theories and characteristics. Qigong is a traditional Chinese healing… Read more »

Infant Fever After Shots

One of the natural reactions of immunization in infants is fever. Although parents do not like this, it is important to understand that it is a sign that the child’s immune system is becoming stronger. Read on to know more. Most parents loathe the discomfort that their infants undergo after they get their shots. However, it is important to remember… Read more »

Breast Lesion: Atypical Ductal Hyperplasia

Atypical Ductal Hyperplasia (ADH) refers to the development of a breast lesion due to proliferation of abnormal cells within the milk ducts of the breasts. ADH is considered to be a risk factor or precursor to low-grade ductal carcinoma in situ, which is why prompt treatment and follow-up become extremely essential for those who have been diagnosed with ADH. The… Read more »

Tips to Deal with Diogenes Syndrome

Diogenes syndrome, a mental health disorder that often affects the elderly population, is characterized by extreme self neglect, domestic squalor, and social withdrawal. This Buzzle write-up provides information about the symptoms and a few tips to deal with Diogenes syndrome. The Diogenes syndrome is named after the Greek philosopher Diogenes of Sinope (4th century BCE), who was a proponent of… Read more »