Encourage Women Stay Healthy While Working

What’s Up with puberty? Women are not always separated from work, from work to take care of household activities outside the household, as well as earning a living. Work does take quite a lot, requiring thought and feeling, also the threat of disease due to poor working environment and also contain a hazard or chemical [...]Read More

Allergies Not Reduce Women’s Fertility

Women with asthma, hay fever, or allergic dermatitis known to be less fertile than women who do not suffer from allergies, and even they may be more likely to be able to conceive.

This is an important discovery for women allergy sufferers and the doctors. The study was conducted by researchers from the University of Nottingham and the results reported in the American Journal of Epidemiology.

Researchers note had been known that the second child and so have a lower risk for asthma or other allergic diseases. One likely explanation is that women who have allergic disease may be less fertile so rarely that have many children.

To investigate about this, the researchers conducted a study to compare the fertility rates in 491 516 women aged 15 to 44 years, over a period of 10 years. As many as 13% of respondents with asthma, 14% suffer from allergic dermatitis (eczema), and 12% suffer from hay fever. While 6% had two symptoms, and 1% had three.

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The Developmental Stages of Your Small (0-9 months)

Here you will know the initial stages of your baby will be experienced in the uphill age (0-9 months). Take a look, whether child development is in conformity with the growth and development stage should be. If not, is there a delay in growth and development?

0-3 Months

Learn to lift his head.
Follow objects with her ​​eyes.
Looking at people and smiling faces.
Reacting to the voice / sound.
Spontaneous babbling.
3-6 months

Lift head 90 degrees.
Reaching for objects.
Putting objects in the mouth.
Laugh or cry out when to play.
Trying to find lost objects.
6-9 months

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Are Women Can Also Ejaculation?

Orgasm is a fun erotic sensation, which occurred at the peak of sexual intercourse. If a person, male or female, to reach the peak of sexual response, she would have orgasms perceived as sexual pleasure. Orgasm is characterized by muscle movement around the genitals, even the whole body. Movement in the form of a rhythmic spasms that are varied, ranging from weak to very strong.

Women can achieve multiple orgasms in a single sexual intercourse. It depends on how long he received sexual stimulation.

Perlendiran vagina is a sexual response in women early. So, if there vagina, means that women react to sexual stimulation received. However, this is not a sign that a woman has reached orgasm. If it continues the sexual response for remaining receiving sexual stimulation, at some point was reached orgasm.

Ejaculation is the term given to the events of the release of sperm, which normally occurs in men who accompany orgasm. Because women do not have sperm, women do not ejaculate. However, women can also dispense liquids, such as when a man ejaculates, and it’s called female ejaculation. Fluid expelled on? Ejaculation? women are skene gland fluid, which is excreted through the urine hole.

If a ...

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Let Sports, For Strong Bones

Because of our busy every day, then we rarely take the time to exercise. Though exercise is an important factor to make our bones strong, even exceeding the benefits we derive from consuming calcium.

Indeed, this study is mainly aimed at teenage girls and women, because of the risk of osteoporosis or brittle bones more often experienced by women, especially after menopause. It is due to decreased estrogen.

Bone mass continued to be built until reaching the age of 20-25 years, most built in the early and mid-teens. And after that, no more bone mass is built, instead gradually decreases with increasing age. And decreases rapidly at menopause. So to build strong bones during adolescence, will prevent us from having osteoporosis in the elderly.

Calcium is very important for bone health, but if...

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