The good news is that there are simple steps we can take to be proactive and have a healthy but still fun 4th of July holiday and summer. Remember, “detox to retox” is no way to treat your beautiful mind and body. And as always, prevention is better than cure.
Sometimes we need a break from our more basic vegetables in order to not get bored with our daily diet and fall back on junk foods for instant gratification. Lately I’ve been switching it up with bok choy.
It’s Men’s Health Month, so it’s a great time to encourage the men in your life to take care of their bodies by eating right and participating in relevant physical activity. It is important to remember, however, that too much of a good thing can be bad. I recently came across a story about a young man that reminded me of this.
The culprit behind Liam Neeson’s excruciating pain may come as a surprise to you. It was apparently caffeine.
Diagnosed With Alzheimer's, But It Was Really Tick-Borne Illness. Trust Your Gut, And Demand This Test
Lyme disease, which comes from a tick bite, may cause a multitude of uncomfortable symptoms such as fever, headache, fatigue and a skin rash. If left untreated, and it often does because the afflicted may not realize that they were bitten by a tick or confuse their symptoms for other conditions, lyme disease can spread to the joints, heart and nervous system.
So, what else can you do to help protect yourself and your family from the damaging rays of the sun? Well, according to recent research from the University of Sydney, you may want to consider adding vitamin B3 to your sun protection arsenal.
“The essence of dehumanization is the denial of another person’s reality. To be told, in the absence of clinical evidence, that one’s pain is not real or that one’s biological symptoms are exaggerated or psychosomatic, is medical gaslighting,”
Watermelon season is upon us. I cannot think of a more refreshing and satisfying summer treat. On a hot day, there’s nothing better than biting into the juicy flesh of a cool, fresh piece of watermelon. Like most people, I chuck the rinds into the trash. However, recently, I discovered that this “throwaway” part of the watermelon is actually very nutrient-dense and easy to incorporate into your healthy summer eating plans.
Recently, 96-year-old (or perhaps I should say 96-year-young) actor and overall entertainer Dick Van Dyke was seen working out at a gym in Malibu, California.
You just never know what people are battling healthwise and how quickly tragedy can occur. Recently, the father of a high school football star shared the real reason why his son passed at just 18-years-old. The cause of death was due to complications from urea cycle disorder, a rare genetic condition which can cause toxic levels of blood ammonia.
Recently, Kim Basinger shared with the world her mental health condition – agoraphobia.
One of the latest foods finding itself moving from the “don’t eat this” category to the “well, actually, it’s healthy” camp is the ubiquitous chicken skin
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