The first thing to know is that if you’re not feeling okay, that’s normal. It is healthy and important to acknowledge the ways in which our current situation is hard, even if you or your loved ones have not gotten ill.
Nowadays, it feels like someone has devised a new fad diet every week. On the one hand, knowing that so many people are trying to improve their health is a positive thing.
Finding the energy to drag yourself out of your warm and inviting bed on a cold harsh Monday morning more often than not takes a herculean effort and copious amounts of caffeine.
It’s October, which means flu season is in full swing. One of the most important ways for you and your family to make it through this flu season is by getting vaccinated.
Maintaining a healthy body starts with what you put in it. Too much refined sugar in your diet can cause weight gain, increase your risk of serious disease, and just generally leave you feeling unwell and sluggish.
Knowing that you have a test looming can be stressful. Getting the right amount of sleep is critical to making sure the studying you do is effective,.
Antibiotics and other antimicrobial drugs have been literal life savers, transforming the practice of medicine since their discovery.
“The ‘clever gut diet’ basically is what I describe as a Mediterranean-style diet,” Dr. Michael Mosley, author of “The Clever Gut Diet: How to Revolutionize Your Body From the Inside Out,” told ABC News.
(Reuters Health) – Heart attacks spiked in Christchurch, New Zealand in the areas struck hardest by a set of 2010 and 2011 earthquakes during the year after the tremblers, a new study shows. Middle-aged and older residents of the areas with the most property damage suffered 25 percent more cardiovascular-related deaths than their neighbors in […]
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