Excess vaginal discharge: Causes and Prevention

Vaginal discharge is a natural fluid produced by glands near the vagina and cervix. It keeps the vagina clean and provides lubrication. A healthy vaginal discharge is clear or white and has a neutral smell. Depending on certain factors, the volume may vary over some time. The vagina discharges an average amount of about 1 teaspoonful […]
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How to handle a teletherapy session

Telehealth is now at the point where an entire teletherapy session is provided through a virtual platform. With this growing popularity, everyone needs to know what to expect at a teletherapy session. This type of healthcare may be problematic for some patients, especially those unfamiliar with technology. A summary of telehealth technology Telehealth can come in different […]
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Is intermittent fasting safe for weight loss?

Intermittent fasting is a popular eating pattern among dieters, even though its long-term benefits remain unknown. It is a method of calorie restriction based on timing. But unlike other eating patterns, this method is based on when you eat, not what you eat. This eating pattern has become more mainstream as many celebrities and influencers […]
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Penis size: What’s normal and what’s not

Around 68% of men surveyed say they have concerns about their penis size. Their concerns are mostly influenced by expectations in the media and society about what an average-sized penis should be. Studies show that people who think their penises are small are likely to have low self-esteem, relationship problems, performance anxiety, and erectile dysfunction. They are also less likely […]
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Sexually transmitted infections: Genital Warts vs Genital Herpes

Genital warts and genital herpes are highly contagious sexually transmitted infections (STIs). They are caused by different viruses but have similarities in appearance. And may go unnoticed, as they don’t always cause symptoms. Causes Genital warts and genital herpes are mostly transmitted through direct skin-to-skin contact. Genital Warts These are a form of sexually transmitted infection caused by […]
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5 facts you should know about alcohol intolerance

Do you start to feel queasy or sick after consuming even the most insignificant quantities of alcohol? Do you feel unusually warm or notice that your skin tone changes? These might be signs that you have alcohol intolerance. What Is Alcohol Intolerance?  Alcohol intolerance or alcohol sensitivity is a metabolic disorder. It affects the way […]
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5 things you should know about high blood pressure and pregnancy

High blood pressure (hypertension) can increase the risk of pregnancy complications for women and their babies. High blood pressure during pregnancy can affect the growth of the placenta, which supplies nutrients and oxygen to the baby. This can lead to early delivery, low birth weight, placental separation (abruption), and other complications for the baby. With the proper […]
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