Due to the rise in melanoma cases, tanning – both outdoors and indoors – has garnered a bad reputation. Movies such as “There’s Something About Mary” openly mock overly tan people, portraying them with leathery skin and deep wrinkles. Additionally, a recent public service announcement featuring several prominent (and nearly nude) celebrities ends with the warning, “If you leave the house without sunscreen, you might as well be naked.” However, moderate use of tanning beds can actually have a beneficial impact on your health.
Tired neck is a common thing experience by all especially for those who work long hours facing computers and for those who do the job in creative, writing and work that requires observation.
Tired neck can make a person feels uncomfortable and this may affect the person’s work performance. Sometime it can bring headaches and neck pain.
So if you feel that you neck is tired right now, take a break for a while and try to read this:
J is 37 and a chubby person. J is feeling embarrassed with himself because his body smells bad when he sweat. Can J body odor be treated?
Body odor can be contributed by either external or internal factors. For external factor usually this can be reduce by giving more emphasis on hygiene factor. Perspiration set up good spots for bacteria and fungus growth which can contribute to body odor.
Other than eating mindlessly and lack of exercising factors which often have been discussed, many did not know that stress and irregular eating schedule, especially not taking breakfast are among two contributors to the increase of bodyweight problem especially when the age of a person enters the door of 30s.
Research done by Harvard University on 1,355 men and women (starting 1995 to 2004) found that the measurement of women waistline (and bodyweight) are influenced by several causes of stress, including family, career, financial problems and the helplessness feeling because of life obstacles.
Lifestyles change linked to economic growth in developing countries are driving up the global incidence of several cancers, report the American Cancer Society.
The issued report, “Global Cancer Facts & Figures,” stated that lung, breast and colorectal cancers are particularly vulnerable to the rise.
In fact, most of the new cancer cases and deaths in the world (7.1 million and 4.8 million, respectively) are occurring in developing countries and this shows the growing adoption of unhealthy behaviors – such as smoking, sedentary lifestyles and poor diets – that typically come with economic development, as the report said.