The Power of Beauty

The Power of Beauty Have you ever wondered why women are so concerned about how they look? Why they aim to look like the beautiful women they see on the television and in magazines? That’s because beauty is power! Even way back into ancient times women were concerned about their looks. Think of Cleopatra or Nefertiti who were beautiful women of their times. The cosmetic industy is well aware of this and that women will go to great lengths to look beautiful. That’s why the cosmetic industry is a multi billion dollar industry. When you think of beauty you think of what you see on the outside. But beauty is more than skin deep. And beauty is truly in the …

Reliable Information Answers Men’s Sexual Health Questions

Reliable Information Answers Men’s Sexual Health Questions As adolescents, boys get their information about sexuality and men’s sexual health from their peers. As teens, locker room talk may titillate, but it provides little in the way of accurate information about men’s health issues. Unfortunately, while adult women are likely to seek out information from professionals, men are more reticent to discuss questions about men’s sexual health and men’s health news in general with their doctors or other professionals. When compared to women, they’re also less likely to discuss their concerns with other men. As a result, men are often left to wonder about issues that are common to many men, particularly questions about men’s sexual health. Luckily, with the explosion …

How to Avoid the Ill Effects of Smoking: Don’t Even Start

How to Avoid the Ill Effects of Smoking: Don’t Even Start Unknown to many, the most preventable cause of death in the United States is smoking. The average male smoker will die before reaching the age of 62, the early retirement age to be eligible to collect social security. The mortality rate of smokers who consume two or more packs of cigarettes daily is 12 to 25 times greater than nonsmokers. Smoking causes approximately 30 percent of all cancer deaths, and is associated with 87 percent of lung cancers. Smoking also contributes to cancers of the mouth, throat, esophagus, pancreas, uterus, cervix, kidney, and bladder. These are just some of the harmful effects of excessive, long-term smoking. Despite the health …