Pain will usually become less severe as the injury heals. However, chronic pain is different from typical pain. With chronic pain, your body continues to send pain signals to your brain, even after an injury heals. This can last several … Continue reading Causes of Chronic Pain
It is clear that actively working towards a healthy mind for the entrepreneur could translate into tangible profits and lead to a future defined by prosperity. Here are seven steps to a healthy mind for your healthy business: 1. Indulge … Continue reading 7 Steps to a Healthy Lifestyle for Successful Business
While actual mind control belongs in the realm of science fiction, you can work to change your mindset. It might take some effort to learn the trick of regaining control, but the 10 strategies below can help. Identify the thoughts … Continue reading How to Control Your Mind: Different Techniques
Interestingly, certain foods and beverages may have stress-relieving qualities. Here are 18 stress-relieving foods and beverages to add to your diet. 1. Matcha powder This vibrant green tea powder is popular among health enthusiasts because it’s rich in L-theanine, a … Continue reading 15 Best Stress-Relieving Foods
Newborn hygiene care, including bathing, skin care and changing diapers, is important for your baby’s health and comfort. Bathing and skin care Giving a small, wiggly baby a bath can make a new parent nervous, but by being calm and … Continue reading Newborn Hygiene; Bathing, Skin Care and Changing Diapers
But let’s back up a second: A rapid test manufactured by Abbott Laboratories was given emergency use authorization by the FDA in August 2020. Now, 50 million of these tests are being produced and distributed nationwide every month. Here’s how … Continue reading How Reliable Is the COVID-19 Rapid Test?
Practices like positive self-talk and affirmations are often recommended by therapists for people with low self-esteem, but rarely do we stop to ask ourselves, “Is too much positivity a bad thing?” Many experts believe it can be — which is … Continue reading Toxic Positivity: Dangers, Why We Do It, What to Do Instead
Leaky gut syndrome is a condition that’s thought to affect millions of people, many of whom don’t even know it. The good news is following a leaky gut diet can help overcome this condition. From the sound of it, you … Continue reading Leaky Gut: What to Eat or Avoid
Heart bypass surgery, or coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) surgery, is done when coronary arteries, which supply your heart with oxygenated blood, become blocked or damaged. If these arteries are blocked or blood flow is restricted, the heart doesn’t work … Continue reading Heart Bypass Surgery or Coronary Artery Bypass Graft
There are several general guiding principles that lay the foundation for the ethical standards further detailed in the statement. These guiding principles include: Protecting Patient Health In line with the Hippocratic Oath, espousing the belief to “First, do no harm” … Continue reading What Are the Principles of the Declaration of Helsinki?
There are so many diet and exercise plans for losing weight that it’s starting to get ridiculous. There’s keto. There’s paleo. There’s Whole30. There are cabbage soup diets and coffee diets and frozen food diets and even something called the … Continue reading Tips to Get Motivated to Lose Weight
I’ll never forget the day of my HIV diagnosis. The moment I heard those words, “I’m sorry Jennifer, you’ve tested positive for HIV,” everything faded to darkness. The life I’d always known vanished in an instant. The youngest of three, … Continue reading My HIV Story: Getting to Undetectable
By Monday, healthcare workers were the first people in the United States to receive initial doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. Now that the vaccine is starting to gradually proliferate through our society at large, what does this mean for the … Continue reading How Life Will (and Won’t) Change After COVID-19 Vaccine
You’ve probably heard of IQ (intelligence quotient) tests. These assessments are specifically designed to measure aptitude and ability. But intelligence isn’t all about IQ, and here’s why: IQ tests measure specific skills like reasoning, memory, and problem-solving. They can’t capture … Continue reading 5 Surprising Signs of Intelligence
Bay leaves grow on a group of evergreen plants that belong to the plant family called Lauraceae. These plants produce aromatic leaves that are used in cooking and for other purposes. They are available whole/fresh, dried or ground into powder. … Continue reading Bay Leaf Benefits, Nutrition, Side Effects and Use
Physique coach Paul Revelia is a huge advocate of walking as a means of fat loss, and in his latest YouTube video, he goes into more detail on how and why he incorporates 20-minute walking windows into his clients’ routines. … Continue reading A Physique Coach Gives His Treadmill Tips for Getting Shredded
Although nail clipping seems pretty straightforward, there are some important steps you should follow to ensure a healthy cut. To properly trim your nails, dermatologists recommend the following tips: Soften the nails. The best time to trim your nails is … Continue reading How to Trim Your Nails Properly
For immediate self-care of a muscle strain, try the R.I.C.E. approach — rest, ice, compression, elevation: Rest. Avoid activities that cause pain, swelling or discomfort. But don’t avoid all physical activity. Ice. Even if you’re seeking medical help, ice the … Continue reading Muscle Strains: Diagnosis and Treatment
Some earwax is good for your ears, so often the best policy is to leave it alone. And a few drops of water may be all you need to get rid of a blockage. Earwax, a bodily emanation that many … Continue reading Got An Ear Full? Here’s Some Advice For Ear Wax Removal
Currently available evidence indicates that COVID-19 may be transmitted from person to person through several different routes. In the scoping review published by La Rosa et al , the human coronaviruses primary transmission mode is person-to-person contact through respiratory droplets … Continue reading Transmission and Prevention of COVID-19
Cucumber water isn’t just for spas anymore. More people are enjoying this healthy, refreshing drink at home, and why not? It’s delicious and easy to make. Here are seven ways cucumber water benefits your body. 1. It keeps you hydrated. … Continue reading Benefits of Cucumber Water: 7 Reasons to Start Sipping
Although COVID-19 originated in China, the country has made striking improvements. Since the country’s first case, the government adopted strict measures to prevent spreading the virus. As a result, life in China has returned back to normal to a large … Continue reading How China Recovered From COVID-19 Without Vaccine
To be properly protective, COVID-19 vaccines need to be given to most people worldwide. Only through widespread vaccination will we reach herd immunity – where enough people are immune to stop the disease from spreading freely. To achieve this, some … Continue reading Should COVID-19 Vaccines Be Mandatory? Two Experts Discuss
There’s a reason why turmeric tea is a popular beverage throughout Asia and is known by some as “liquid gold.” The four simple ingredients in this turmeric tea recipe all work to improve your health, whether it’s by reducing inflammation, … Continue reading Turmeric Tea Recipe (Also Known as “Liquid Gold”)
According to the 2017 National Diabetes Statistics Report, over 30 million people living in the United States have diabetes. That’s almost 10 percent of the U.S. population. And diabetes is the seventh leading cause of death in the United States, … Continue reading How to Reverse Diabetes Naturally and Treatments
Avocado has snagged a spot as one of the world’s healthiest superfoods — and for good reason. In addition to being delicious and easy to enjoy, avocados also contain a hearty dose of important nutrients, such as fiber, healthy fats, … Continue reading Avocado Benefits, Nutrition Facts, Recipes and More
There’s plenty of research suggesting that spending time with their grandchildren is beneficial to grandparents’ health. What about the benefits of grandparents to their grandchildren? Many of us have heart-warming memories involving our grandparents. Whether it’s holiday get-togethers, waving to … Continue reading Benefits of Grandparents (and How to Stay Connected from Afar)
Yoga for lymph flow isn’t a common topic, but with so many superbugs and contagious diseases floating around these days, it’s pretty astounding that one of the most critical components of our immune system — the lymphatic system — is … Continue reading Yoga for Lymph Flow: A Gentle, Immune-Supporting Practice
Stress comes at you all day, from every angle, now more than ever. Constant worry over money, job security, family, and health keeps your stress system on high alert all the time — and it feels like you can never … Continue reading Natural Ways to Relieve Stress, According to a Leading MD
Everyone experiences occasional aches and pains. In fact, sudden pain is an important reaction of the nervous system that helps alert you to possible injury. When an injury occurs, pain signals travel from the injured area up your spinal cord … Continue reading Referred Pain: Common Areas and What It Means
EVERYONE’S BEEN paying much more attention (cough cough COVID-19) to what they’re inhaling these days. And it made us wonder: As a country, what are we inhaling these days? Our research team went deep into the data on 100 major … Continue reading The Best and Worst U.S. Cities for Healthy Lungs – Lung Health
On Monday, a COVID-19 vaccine made by the drug company Pfizer in conjunction with BioNTech made headlines. An an early analysis released by the drug maker suggested that the vaccine could be more than 90 percent effective in preventing COVID-19. … Continue reading Pfizer’s COVID-19 Vaccine ‘90% Effective – What to Know Now
Coke Zero, which has recently been rebranded as Coca-Cola Zero Sugar, is marketed as a healthier version of the original sugar-sweetened beverage, Coca-Cola Classic. It contains zero calories and sugar while providing the signature Coca-Cola flavor, making it an appealing … Continue reading Is Coke Zero (Coca-Cola Without Sugar) Healthy?
Beer and wine both have a lot of different effects on the body, both positive and negative. On the positive side, a lot of research on red wine (and some on beer and white wine) indicates that one drink a … Continue reading The Best Beer to Drink on a Diet
#PandemicLife has been going for what feels like forever (real time: six months), and the whole thing is starting to feel endless. With restrictions on just about every aspect of life and the constant need to wear face masks in … Continue reading When Can You Stop Wearing A Face Mask To Protect From COVID-19?
Your social feeds are lousy with a witch’s brew of supplements that promise to boost your immunity. Surely you’ve seen touts for products like elderberry extract, colloidal silver, and even mushroom powder. But your immunity isn’t a switch—it’s a network. … Continue reading How to Keep Your Immune System Healthy and Strong
When it comes to the organs you know you’re supposed to monitor, your heart, brain, and colon probably jump to the top of your mind. Your pancreas? Not so much. But the late Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek brought some much … Continue reading Pancreatic Cancer Symptoms – 8 Surprising Signs Men Should Know
1. Add interval workouts Maximize your time and burn more calories with burst training. This method combines short bouts of high-intensity interval training exercise with recovery phases, helping you burn fat faster while improving cardiovascular fitness. 2. Explore your own … Continue reading 10 Exercise Hacks to Sneak More Fitness Into Your Day
Surprisingly, most people tend to focus on doing a liver cleanse and/or a colon cleanse, while ignoring a kidney cleanse. Those two cleanses are very important, but probably just as important, and one of the top three cleanses people should be doing on … Continue reading Kidney Cleanse Diet & Protocol
We do it every day, several times a day, but how much do you really think about your pee and whether or not it’s normal? Your pee color and frequency can actually be pretty telling — indicating your hydration levels … Continue reading What Your Urine Color Means for Your Health
She could deal with a little asymmetry on her chest. What was unbearable were the symptoms to come. “No one would believe my symptoms were real. Specialists were telling me it was all in my head.” Miranda started experiencing days-long … Continue reading Can Breast Implants Make You Sick? Doctors On Breast Implant Illness
You may not be aware of it, but mold is probably affecting your health. So even if it’s not on your mind, “how to detox your body from mold” should be something we all need to be asking. Even if … Continue reading Detox Your Body from Mold and Hidden Dangers
Can’t sleep? If that’s the case, you’re not alone — and there are things like white noise generators that could help. Millions of adults, and children and babies too, struggle to get enough sleep each night, due to issues like … Continue reading What Is White Noise? Benefits for Sleep and More
At his heaviest, Andrew weighed 540 pounds. It was only when he had a seizure, caused by a health issue he was born with, that he decided he needed to make some serious changes. “I was too large to get … Continue reading This Guy Lost 270 Pounds After a Seizure Almost Killed Him
This content is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not intended to provide medical advice or to take the place of medical advice or treatment from a personal physician. All viewers of this content are advised to consult … Continue reading CBD Oil Dosage Guidelines and How to Take it
When providing running tips for beginners, one of the questions they’ll ask is how much to run. Truthfully, whether you’re a beginner or an experienced pro, all runners — or those thinking about taking up running — wonder, “How many … Continue reading How Many Miles a Week Should I Run?
All too often we find ourselves experiencing aches and pains in our bodies, especially in the low back. If you find yourself commonly searching for remedies for fast back pain relief, it may be time to investigate the psoas muscle. The … Continue reading Psoas Muscle: Is a Weak Psoas the Cause of Your Back Pain?
Nose hair is a natural part of the human body that serves as a defense system. Nasal hair keeps harmful debris out of the body system and maintains moisture in the air we breathe. Blood vessels in the nose and … Continue reading Nose Hair Function and Removal: Methods to Try and Avoid