You may have heard that drinking milk helps with heartburn. Or maybe your aunt swears that eating a slice of bread is the quickest way to provide relief from that prickly sting. But when the burning sensation starts, do home … Continue reading Why Drinking Milk Doesn’t Help Heartburn, According to an Expert
We’ve all been there — sick in bed, simultaneously feeling hot and cold with a high fever. All we want to do is feel better if only this darn fever would break. Looking for a natural remedy for a fever? Turns … Continue reading How to Break A Fever (and How to Get Rid of One)
Nearly two dozen people—mostly young adults—have now been hospitalized with severe breathing difficulties as a result of vaping. According to NBC News, a total of 22 cases have been reported: four in Minnesota, 12 in Wisconsin, and six in Illinois—up … Continue reading 22 People Now Hospitalized With Vaping Lung Damage
Can the words we type and filters we use on social media really predict if we’re depressed or narcissistic? It’s looking that way… The latest evidence? Researchers from Stony Brook University and University of Pennsylvania developed an algorithm that can … Continue reading Social Media and Mental Illness: Can Instagram & Facebook Predict Depression & Narcissism?
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and attention deficit disorder (ADD) are neurological and behavior-related conditions that cause difficulty in concentrating, impulsiveness and excessive energy. Individuals with ADHD symptoms not only have a challenge in concentrating, but have a challenge sitting … Continue reading 5 Natural Remedies for ADHD + Trigger Foods to Avoid
As if you didn’t already have to worry about an aging jawline, receding hairline, and expanding gut, new sperm-cryobanking companies are telling you that your sperm is getting old, too. Firms such as Dadi and Legacy are selling fertility insurance … Continue reading Should You Freeze Your Sperm Before You’re 40? – Cryobanks
There’s a lot of debate regarding the tenets of a healthy diet. Vegans believe forgoing animal products is best, while keto enthusiasts just want to eat all the fat. But there’s one food people of nearly every dietary preference aim … Continue reading What Happens When You Stop Eating All Sugar
Picking out a sunscreen you feel good about putting on your skin is one thing. But finding one that you feel good about putting on kiddos? So. Freaking. Hard. Luckily, there are formulas that are safe—and that don’t feel greasy, … Continue reading Best Sunscreens For Kids And Babies 2019
Why are Cells Important? There are over 37 trillion cells in your body that work hard for you every single day. On average, your body loses 19 million cells each minute, and makes an equal amount to replace them. As … Continue reading Why Are Micronutrients Important?
I often divide my life into two parts: P.K. and A.K. That’s “Pre-Kids and “After-Kids.” After kids, my personal life changed in dramatic ways. But my two girls also taught me so many things, including how I think about nutrition. … Continue reading 7 Surprising Things My Kids Taught Me About Eating Smarter
When Christie del Castillo-Hegyi, MD, of Little Rock, Arkansas, was pregnant, she was determined to breastfeed her baby. Like many expectant mothers, she had seen human milk described as the “gold standard,” and heard the “breast is best” mantra. Once … Continue reading What Our Obsession With Breastfeeding Is Doing to Moms and Their Babies
Cow’s milk is full of amazing nutrients: The childhood favorite boasts a healthy dose of protein, calcium, and vitamin D in one 8-ounce glass, all for a … Continue reading Soy Milk Is the Best Dairy-Free Milk Option – Best Non-Dairy Milk
Three years ago, McKinley, Chloe, Ava and Lauren were all in treatment for cancer at a Florida hospital. The quartet relied on each other to get through the arduous process, and on Monday they reunited for a photo shoot as … Continue reading Four Girls Reunite After They Beat Cancer Together at the Same Hospital: ‘It’s Amazing to See’
What is type 2 diabetes Type 2 diabetes is a chronic condition that affects your body’s use of glucose (a type of sugar you make from the carbohydrates you eat). Glucose is the fuel your cells need to do their … Continue reading Type 2 Diabetes: Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment, Diet
Countless people have experienced the benefits that come with strength training as adults as a way to break from their sedentary routines to get fit — but for many, the introduction to weight lifting and conditioning came in their teenage … Continue reading What Age Is Safe to Start Lifting Weights