The first step in hair care is your diet and the two most important things in your diet are iron and protein. The hair cells are the fastest growing cells in the body but they are also the first ones to be affected you don’t eat right or suffer with deficiencies because they are not required for survival. 77 more words

The fight against AIDS and the struggles faced by sufferers

HIV is one of the most stigmatized disease in the world. When people are made aware of a person’s HIV positive status, what follows will usually be a lack of understanding and compassion, somewhat treating the people who are infected like the… 319 more words



Laser Tattoo Removal is one of the latest inventions of Medical Sciences.Previously  it was  impossible to remove the permanent tattoos but now with the advancement of technology the permanent tattoos can be removed easily in a few sessions. 69 more words

Gender and Participation in Option B+ Programs to Prevent Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV in Malawi and Uganda

In Malawi and Uganda, women’s roles center on marriage and motherhood, household duties, and caring for family members and the sick. Women are supposed to consult their husbands and accept their decisions about household and health-related issues. 138 more words


Day 18: Sex on the First Date... the Teenage/Young Adult Edition

Sex education is one of those weird topics for parents. On TV, you see parents stammering and stumbling, trying to explain “the birds and the bees” or “body changes” and “urges.” In high school, my Science teacher rambled through reproduction; to this day, I have no idea what happened in that class. 893 more words


Fight by a Quebec doctor to develop a HIV vaccine after conquering Zika and Ebola

After going on a 6 days hiatus, we come back to CuraHOPE with a whole range of articles and news worth covering, ranging from inspirational developments to medical research which could potentially get rid of some of the most terrible diseases in human history. 342 more words

Health News

A look at the AIDS crisis back then to now from FDA

HIV/AIDS is an incurable disease, and while most people live much longer lives nowadays after early diagnosis (can be up to decades), people used to succumb to this illness in a few years’ time. 250 more words