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OnlineClinic Design and Product Update

By : James | Published : Thursday December 1, 2011 | Posted in : OnlineClinic
OnlineClinic Design Update and New Products has recently undergone an extensive update, both in terms of design and new products. We’re proud to say that our website is now more user-friendly and is easier to navigate, while the addition of new medications means that we can assist patients with more illnesses and make sure that they have access to the treatments they need.

Any suggestions and comments are welcome, as we are constantly looking to improve.

Getting Tested for HIV - A positive step forward

By : Chris | Published : Wednesday November 30, 2011 | Posted in : Sexual Health
HIV/AIDS - Getting tested is the positive step

With World Aids Day approaching this Thursday, government agencies and medical experts have called for renewed activism and involvement from the public when facing HIV/AIDS. Getting tested and knowing your status is the best way society can react and assist in the fight against the virus.

Are you going to get yourself tested for HIV/AIDS?

Buying Impotence Medication Online - Is It Safe?

By : James | Published : Tuesday November 15, 2011 | Posted in : Men's Health
Erectile Dysfunction Treatment Online

Buying impotence medication online is sometimes shrouded by uncertainty given the current state of internet pharmacies. Illegal and generic online clinics provide a minefield of distrust and throw consumers off, but purchasing treatment can be done easily and safely if you know where to look.

Erectile dysfunction is a more common problem than many people believe.

Graphic Warning Labels - Are they effective?

By : Chris | Published : Friday November 11, 2011 | Posted in : Stop Smoking
Graphic Warning Labels - Are they effective?

Cigarette packs contain more and more graphic warnings, including in the United States, but are the warnings effective enough to stop people from smoking and preventing others from ever starting?

A few months back the FDA of the United States revealed graphic images intended to be used for cigarette packs, in a bid to decrease the amount of new smokers as well as dissuade current smokers from continuing.

Judge blocks graphic cigarette warnings

By : Susan Ray | Published : Thursday November 10, 2011 | Posted in : Stop Smoking
Judge rules in favour of tobacco companies

A United States judge has denied the requirement set to tobacco companies to include extremely graphic images on cigarette boxes as warnings.

The ruling has given tobacco companies a temporary injunction against the FDA planned implementation of graphic warning labels onto cigarette pack, intended to dissuade people from starting smoking as well as continuing the habit.

How do I get a 6-pack?

By : Zanna | Published : Tuesday November 8, 2011 | Posted in : Weight Loss
Six Pack

Getting a six-pack like your favourite celebrity or athlete is difficult but not impossible. For the most part, people make certain mistakes that stop them from achieving their goal and believe the wrong things will help them attain it.

Here are some tips to make sure you get the tummy you want.

Exercise vs. Diet

By : James | Published : Friday November 4, 2011 | Posted in : Weight Loss
Exercise vs. Diet

Exercise vs. Diet is an argument and question many people have posed to themselves when they consider losing weight. But which is more important in the pursuit of avoiding obesity and having a healthy lifestyle?

The argument of Exercise vs. Diet has been raging since before weight loss was even a major focus point of society. Professional athletes for years have been balancing one and the other in order to perform at the peak of their ability and...

Two-thirds of those needing flu jab don’t get it

By : John Nixon | Published : Friday November 4, 2011 | Posted in : Influenza
Flu vaccination being pushed by government

New data shows that people considered to be in high risk groups for the flu aren’t getting the necessary flu vaccine to help prevent sickness.

The Department of Health released figures that show that only 55% of people over the age of 65, and just 14% of pregnant women, have come forward for a flu vaccination to protect against the various strains of influenza including swine flu.

What are the experts saying about weight loss?

By : James | Published : Thursday November 3, 2011 | Posted in : Weight Loss
weight loss

Research into weight loss almost produces daily results with advice on what we should and shouldn’t be doing to ensure that we maintain or get ourselves down to a healthy weight. What some research reveals seems to be common sense while other reports on weight loss seem a bit harder to swallow.

We dug around a bit this week and found what the latest in weight loss research has revealed:

Obesity linked to colon disease

By : Susan Ray | Published : Thursday November 3, 2011 | Posted in : Weight Loss
Colon disease from obesity

Women who are obese and do not undertake adequate exercise are at a higher risk of a being hospitalised with a disorder of the large intestine.

The link between obesity and the disorder, known as diverticular disease, was discovered by a Swedish research group after they conducted possibly the largest study to date focussing on the relationship between lifestyle, weight and intestinal abnormalities.

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