“Doctor! Please tell me if my case is not within the province of your specialization. I could not help myself without the assistance of a professional like you….please help me!” This is what a patient happened to have asked his physician. The physician could not prescribe a certain drug; as such the case had been a problem which was very strange to him. “A problem of impotence!”
As research papers indicated, cardiovascular disease became the single largest cause of death in the year 2004 when it was estimated that it had caused some 17 million deaths in our world. Sadly enough, the figure will continue to grow.
Countries of low- and middle- income class are said to be seeing an alarming and accelerating increase in rates of cardiovascular disease. According to a study made in the United States, the said disease causes most deaths in all developing regions, with the exception of Sub-Saharan Africa; in this part of the world cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in persons over 45 years of age. As regards the younger ones in Sub-Saharan Africa, HIV, AIDS, malaria and lower respiratory tact infections continue to be the leading cause.
As the author Leland Foster Wood wrote, success in marriage is much more than a matter of finding the right person. So many people are concerned merely about finding “Mr. or Ms. Right.” It never occurs to them that they themselves should also be right in view of the fact that marriage is for and made by two persons. It is true that marriage is for two and is what they make it. Two persons have to pull together if the best results are to be obtained.