February 26th, 2009
New research shows women must start taking care of their health even before they get pregnant. However study shoes not much women maintain a proper lifestyle and follow the proper diet as advised to them. They don’t even take care of nutrition level needed for a to be mother.
About 12,445 non-pregnant women aged 20-34 between 1998 and 2002 were interviewed to check how many of them actually followed the dietary advice given to them. 238 women got pregnant within three months of taking this interview. About 23 percent of the 238 women got pregnant did not expect the pregnancy in the next 12 months.
According to the British Medical Journal 2.9 pct of women were observing the daily dose of 400g of folic acid and drinking and consuming only four units of alcohol per week, as compared to 0.66 percent that was not pregnant. Research shows only one woman taking the given advice seriously. The rest group of women who has just started planning pregnancy the percentage was higher at 3.3pct.
February 21st, 2009
From Norway to New Zealand, the fever of Oscar has spread globally. The nominees for this year’s Oscar have already been declared by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
So are you ready for it? In fact who isn’t? While shooting in Paris, Director David Fincher and actor Brad Pitt came to know that their film, “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button” has been nominated in 13 categories. Pitt has been nominated in the “Best Actor” category. Though Pitt did not comment, however signs of self satisfaction were clearly visible on his face. The Oscars are considered as the highest honor in the film industry and naturally Brad Pitt was too excited to know that his film has been nominated in 13 categories. While promoting his current film in Paris, Brad said that he does not think about Oscars or any award while doing a film but if a film gets nominated or selected, then it is a bonus for him.
Only time and the jury will be able to tell Brad whether he should smile more or concentrate and try for next year. Now all you need to do is, sit and watch.
February 8th, 2009
It is somewhat surprising to know that more than 50% of men suffer from a condition known as Erectile dysfunction, the clinical term for what is more commonly known as the inability to achieve an erection for sexual intercourse.
For whatever reason, whether it be psychological, stress or just due to plain exhaustion, the resultant fact is that many more middle aged males are turning to medication in order to sustain or ‘re-ignite’ their sexual activity level with their partners..
One such medication that is receiving positive reviews from it’s users is Vardenafil , a very similar medication to Viagra. The positives include effectiveness, it’s safe to take and last but not least, the price, being much cheaper than the earlier forms of medication.
So if you think you are suffering from a form of erectile dysfunction, the first thing to do is to speak to your doctor who will be able to explain the condition fully to you and answer any questions that you may have. They can then also discuss the various treatment options available and having decided on the best way forward, get you back to enjoying a healthy and enjoyable sexual relationship.