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The Life of Mammogram Inventor Stafford L Warren

Stafford L. Warren was one of the most significant contributors to radiology during his lifetime. He not only was the first doctor to perform a mammogram, but was also having a hand in turning UCLA into one of the most prestigious medical universities in the country, was a special assistant on mental disabilities to Presidents…

Blackheads: What Are They?

Blackheads are the number one problem on almost everyone's skin problem list. Not only do they appear bad on your skin but also cause irritation and other problems. Lucky for us, blackheads are very much treatable. All you need to do is get hold of the right products and take care of your skin. What…

Taking It to the Limit: Eating Disorders and the Scourge of Perfectionism

I think perfectionism is a disease, creeping up on us and spreading into all areas of our lives, colouring and taining our existence with its demands and judgments. Our professional lives of course, but also our hobbies, our friendships, our intimate relationships and our home life. We need to have the most beautiful house, the…

Daily Exercise With Children

Although there are still many children who are physically active, more and more children surf the Internet or play video games before participating in physical activities. As technology advances, it becomes more entertaining for children and they become less active. Exercise is not only important for adults, it also benefits children in many ways. Ensuring…

Face to Face in a Fair Game

Pretty 24 is a new cream on the block. Its advertising takes a potshot at various narratives associated with fairness advertising in India; however, its communication is silent on the benefits of the product. The angry (or upset) young women vent their ire as they feel betrayed by the hordes of Fairness creams in the…

Tips Parents Must Consider for Managing Child Bipolar Disorder

Even though mental illnesses like bipolar disorder develop most commonly in teenagers or young adults, it can also strike children of age six or below. Also known as Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder (DMDD), the condition could compel one to experience persistent and severe irritability along with frequent temper outbursts. Apart from seeking help from a…