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The Role of Testosterone in the Bodies of Athletes

01st May 2009
Testosterone is often mentioned in conjunction with athletes and body building. What exactly is the role of testosterone and body building? Why do athletes need to have increased testosterone?The Back StoryTestosterone is a naturally occurring steroid hor... Read >
Author: Evan O’Rourke

The Fast Production Of Termite Eggs

02nd April 2009
Just like many other insects, the termite is reproduced through the laying and hatching of eggs. Unlike the typical male/female dynamic that we, as humans, know, the queen of the termite colony can become impregnated with eggs from multiple colony members... Read >
Author: Jesus Saku

Easy Ways to Prevent Ovarian Cysts

20th March 2009
Cysts are enclosed sac filled with fluids usually characterized by these abnormal growths. Ovarian cysts formation usually results in the childbearing age. At the time of puberty, two ovaries present in a female start to become active due to the monthl... Read >
Author: Ashish

i-pill Emergency Contraceptive Pill

17th March 2009
i-pill, launched by Cipla in August 2007; and a leader in the Emergency Contraceptive pills category is a 'Ray of Hope' for all those women who've had unprotected sex, but do not wish to conceive and go through the trauma of abortion.According to estimate... Read >
Author: Cipla Ipill

4 Facts about Tubal Ligation Side Effects

10th March 2009
1. Menstrual Problems: Many younger women who have had tubal ligation surgery have issues with their menstrual cycle afterwards. These problems may be caused by improper blood flow to the ovaries after the surgery. Sometimes blood vessels get "nicked" dur... Read >
Author: Sandra Wilson

The Natural Treatment of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

09th March 2009
Polycystic ovary syndrome, also referred to as polycystic ovaries or PCOS, is a condition which affects the ovaries. These ovarian cysts ultimately develop as a result of a chemical hormone imbalance. The ovarian cysts prevent the ovaries from developi... Read >
Author: Laura Yates

Ovarian Cyst Treatment - 4 Options

23rd February 2009
Ovarian cyst treatment can vary based on your individual circumstances. Some ovarian cysts are harmless and others can be a grave danger to your health. Most cases are referred to as functional cysts that develop at the end of a woman's menstrual cycle. T... Read >
Author: Greg Kings

Don't Ignore Female Dog Incontinence

07th January 2009
Many dog owners don't know what to do when incontinence in female dogs becomes an issue. This problems affects many pets, but their owners either ignore it or are too embarrassed about it to take their dogs to the vet. In this article, we'll look at cause... Read >
Author: Darlene Norris

Complex Ovarian Cysts

24th November 2008
Complex ovarian cysts can cause a lot of worry and anxiety for women who have them. The term complex describes the structure of the cyst, rather than the specific cyst type. A simple cyst is one that is very simple in structure, with an outer shell and fl... Read >
Author: demi

The Development of the Fetus When You are 16 Weeks Pregnant

11th November 2008
Most mothers to be want to know about how the baby is developing during each week of the pregnancy. At 16 weeks pregnant, your baby is only about the size of an avocado. At this point the fetus is only about 5 inches long and weighs only about 3 ounces, e... Read >
Author: Ling Tong

Jaw Acne - Have You Checked That Your Jaw Acne Isn't a Signal of This Underlying Condition!

25th July 2008
Acne can be caused by many reasons but break outs around the jaw line can be a sign of underlying trouble for women. Jaw acne could be a signal that you may have polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), also known as the Stein-Leventhal syndrome. As the name ... Read >
Author: J Jones

What Effects do Male Pheromones Have on Women?

24th July 2008
What Effects do Male Pheromones Have on Women? You might never guess from all the hype and hoopla about male pheromones that investigating how they affect women's hormone levels is a very recent research activity. The effect of pheromones on physiolog... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Ovarian Cancer Stages - What Do They Mean?

23rd July 2008
Ovarian Cancer is not as widely publicized as breast cancer, so many people are left searching online and through books for more information on symptoms, survival rates, warning signs, and stages. This article will break down the staging and explain what ... Read >
Author: Sara Daniels

What is Frozen Pelvis?

23rd January 2008
Endometriosis is a growing concern among women today. Endometriosis is a condition where tissue similar to the endometrial glands and stroma that line the uterus grows outside of the uterus. Endometriosis tissue can grow anywhere inside of the abdominal c... Read >
Author: Dr. Eric Daiter MD

About the ovarian cysts and the risk of cancer

20th April 2007
Ovarian cysts usually appear in younger women, on one ovary or on both ovaries, but they can appear after the menopause as well. It is known that most of the cysts are benign, and have a low risk to turn into cancer. Although in the past the solution was ... Read >
Author: groshan fabiola
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