Facts you never knew about yeast infections

Facts about yeast infections   Rarely discussed, yeast infection can cause serious problems down there. From irritation, burning and discharge, its complications could even trigger unbearable pain in the vagina. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, “There are more than 20 different species of candida yeasts on and in our body which are responsible for yeast infection.” This doesn’t always mean that these infections impact you necessarily below the belt area. Here we have listed a few must-know facts about yeast infections. Yeast infection can occur in…

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The launch of the new technology should never be boring

They should always be a few surprises If you are serious to attract as much attention as possible to the launch of your new technology you should do everything possible to do something unusual during the eventual release process. There are a very large amount of interesting things which could be used such as a video which has been specifically produced for use with your new technology. Another strategy which could really help to boost interest in your technology will be awell-researched survey that is providing emphatic proof that your…

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10 of the best gardens … that you’ve probably never heard of

Forget big names such as Kew and Versailles, these almost-secret gardens around the world are worth tracking down, for lovers of horticulture, sculpture – and the bizarre More than capable … the Capability Brown-designed Gatton Park, in Surrey. Photograph: Alamy Gatton Park, England This year marks the 300th anniversary of the birth of English landscape gardener Lancelot “Capability” Brown, who created lakes, built hills and planted forests in the process of creating over 170 spectacular parks. Among his finest creations are Harewood in Leeds and Croome Park, Worcestershire (which has…

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Oman: ‘You’ve never heard silence until you get to the Empty Quarter’

Researching this romantic corner of the Arabian peninsula for her book, Katherine Webb fell in love with the beautiful calm of the desert Sand scene … the Empty Quarter, Oman. Photograph: Alamy My novel is set in Oman, so I visited as a researcher not as a tourist. Rather than relaxing, I wanted to see as much as possible: to explore its cities and mountains, and the Empty Quarter, the world’s largest sand desert. Novelist Katherine Webb. Photograph: Adrian Sherratt for the Guardian   Unlike the UAE, Oman retains a…

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Hotels try new ‘things’ all the time but Melissa Hoyer never thought a bowling alley would star in London’s coolest hotel

THIS is a hotel with so many elements of surprise it just keeps giving and giving. From the heaving and buzzy bar to a smartypants and elegant library bar to an hypoxic gym and a theatrette, the Ham Yard hotel is a self-contained community right in the middle of what is the coolest part of London: Soho. But the one thing that really got me going? The bowling alley. Yup. I’ve seen some pretty interesting hotel additions in my travels but this is certainly one of the quirkiest. And cutest….

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