Science Of Drinking Water – Hydration and Health

Most of us know the importance of water on the body. It is an essential item for life. And we have been thought in school that the body is made up of approximately 70% of water and we need to drink 8 cups of water daily. Some might also have read about the various timing […]

Asymptomatic Reproductive System Disease

I recently read about Heavy Menstrual Bleeding (HMB), known as Menorrhagia in medical term. And it dawned upon me that even if your Menstrual Bleeding is normal, it does not guarantee that your reproductive system is in pink of health. Not only bleeding but when everything else seems so normal, it also does not mean you are […]

Collagen In Beauty Products and Health Supplement

Collagen has been a popular ingredient in Beauty products and many claimed that it will give luminous skin, counter aging  when used on face or consumed as a supplement. How true are these claims? In this article, I will examine the usefulness of collagen in the beauty products and their claims via my research through the research articles. I hope […]

MERS, Middle East Respiratory Syndrome – How Really The Problem Is?

MERS was first reported in Saudi Arabia in 2012. When I heard about this virus and understand that it was from the same class of SARS, I wasn’t surprise but ever since was waiting in anticipation for its wide spread like SARS. I know it will, no doubt with the high level of travelling among […]

Vitamin D – Are we getting enough?

I recently read about the current recommended amount of Vitamin D required was all along wrong. And how much is enough? Are we all getting enough Vitamin D even at this low dosage that we required today? There are many unanswered questions and let’s explore them in this post. This Vitamin D issue kept me […]