U.K. public health officials warn that an STI called mycoplasma genitalium could become antibiotic-resistant in several years. Misdiagnosis and treatment of the condition could lead to the infection becoming a superbug. MG is usually undetected but symptoms are similar to … Continue reading STI Mycoplasma Genitalium Could Become Untreatable in 5 Years
A 4-month-old baby recently died after contracting meningitis, likely from an unvaccinated person, according to WTRV. Killy Schultz died on June 30 after developing a rash and high fever after being at daycare. Now, Killy’s parents are urging everyone to … Continue reading Parents Issue Meningitis Vaccine Warning After 4-Month-Old Dies
Do you ask yourself, “Why am I so tired?” Do you feel like no matter how much sleep you get, you’re still tired all the time? As the National Sleep Foundation puts it, Most of us know that getting a good … Continue reading 11 Reasons You’re Always Tired + Natural Remedies for Each
Valley fever is a fungal infection that is most common in the Southwestern United States and parts of Central and South America. The fungus lives in the soil and can cause the infection when you breathe in dust or fungal … Continue reading Valley Fever (+ 5 Natural Tips for Managing Valley Fever Symptoms)
Real Houseweives of Atlanta star Kandi Burruss revealed that her daughter, Riley, lost 52 pounds. Kandi posted a photo on Instagram Thursday congratulating her daughter. Riley lost the weight in less than a year by working out five times a week … Continue reading Kandi Burruss On Daughter Riley’s Weight Loss – How She Lost 52 Pounds
As consumers turn to supplements to improve their gut health, the probiotics industry is exploding Some people believe probiotics can help with everything from mental health to weight loss, but experts say the science is too new. That said, research has … Continue reading Do Probiotic Supplements Really Work?
A new study revealed that people with Alzheimer’s disease had higher levels of certain kinds of herpes virus in their brains. Roughly 90 percent of the U.S. population has the specific strains of herpes that this study links to Alzheimers. … Continue reading Herpes Virus Strains Linked to Alzheimer’s Disease
We’re currently in the middle of tick season, and experts warn that a bite from the lone star species could cause red meat allergies. In the … Continue reading Tick Bites Leading to Rise in Red Meat Allergies
Ready for yet another reason to eat your veggies? Leafy greens and vegetables like broccoli and cabbage are loaded with vitamin K, an important nutrient that’s been associated with improved insulin sensitivity, a reduced risk of cancer and improved heart … Continue reading Top 10 Vitamin K Foods & Benefits of Foods High in Vitamin K
I’m not an elite athlete. I’m just a guy on the precipice of middle age who enjoys running, biking, soccer, and tennis. If I can push myself to my physical limit a couple of times a week and still have … Continue reading How to Stay Fit After 40 – Best Workouts for 40 Year Old Men
Jeremiah Peterson was 40 years old and 100 pounds overweight when he realized he needed to make a change. The dad went on to lose 92 pounds by adopting the ketogenic diet and working out in the great outdoors His … Continue reading Dad Credits Amazing Weight Loss Transformation To Keto Diet, Hiking
Think you might have a food allergy, but aren’t sure what exactly could be to blame? Experiencing digestive issues or skin flare-ups, but can’t seem to figure out the solution to make them go away? Well, an elimination diet might … Continue reading Elimination Diet: Benefits, Foods to Remove + Plan
Strokes are like creaky joints, driving slow in the fast lane, and your dentures falling out, like, all the time—stuff only old people have to worry about…right? Definitely not—just because you have all your own teeth and know how to … Continue reading 9 Stroke Symptoms in Young Women You Need To Know
Research is increasingly showing a mind-body connection. Did you know, for example, that depression could be a result of bacteria in your gut? In 2012, scientists at University College Cork discovered that brain levels of serotonin, or the ‘happy hormone,’ … Continue reading The Gut Bacteria and Depression Connection
You’ve been told since you were a child to drink your milk and eat your spinach. Calcium keeps bones and teeth strong! As a child you probably drank – or choked down – your milk at the urging of your … Continue reading Calcium Supplements – Bad for your heart? Blah for your bones?