Vitamin A and Your Kids

According to The News.com, vitamin A deficiency can lead to blindness, poor immunity and increased risk of death during infections such as measles and diarrhea. Also, the World Health Organization says that vitamin A deficiency is a leading health problem in over 50% of all countries with South-East Asia and Africa hit the most....more

Eco-Friendly, Non-Toxic Sunscreens: Everything You Need to Know

Skin cancer is scary and ugly. I should know. I've had it seven times. And every time, I've had to have it cut out or burned off in order to control it....more

I am the same way - fair skinned and easily burned. I'm always the lightest of my friends. I ...more

The Cheap, Safe, Fully Reversible Option to a Vasectomy No One Knows About

Why aren't more people elated to hear about a fully reversible, 100 percent effective, one-time procedure that injects a substance into the vas deferens that makes sperm incapable of fertilizing an egg without any blockage, mood swings or lack of desire? Because they don't know about it. ...more

Very interesting article. I know a lot of men who need a dose of RISUG to prevent them from ...more

FAT-SOLUABLE VITAMINS

There are four fat-soluable vitamins and they are: Vitamin A (Beta Carotene or Retinol), Vitamin D, Vitamin E and Vitamin K.These vitamins are soluable in fat and are stored in the body. For this reason, an excessive amount of these vitamins can be toxic.Vitamin A (Beta-Carotene or Retinol)...more

Retin-A: Can It Really Turn Back the Clock?

If you haven’t been to the dermatologist for awhile, here is a compelling reason to go. You simply must look into getting a prescription for something containing retinoic acid (commonly known by one of the brand names for it: Retin-A). Most dermatologists and aging, vain, skin care enthusiasts, myself included, would agree that these products containing retinoids are mandatory in the skin care regimen of anyone who wants to fight the ...more