Congresswoman Bravely Shares That She Is Living With Alopecia. Let’s Discuss This Autoimmune Condition6 days ago
Pressley, Massachusette’s first black congresswoman, revealed last month that she has alopecia, an autoimmune disease that causes hair loss. You can watch the video here, where she shares her condition and proudly shows her bald head.
Let's take a look at the story of a man named Jeffrey Hadley. He lost 100 pounds in a year! Hadley did this by adopting two simple rules: no more processed foods and more activity.
Eating is said to be one of America’s greatest pastimes. But imagine a world without restaurants and drive- thrus. Yes, life would be less convenient. But the truth is that we’d all probably be much healthier.
App developer and Silicon Valley star Sam Altman worked himself so hard he gave himself scurvy.
Recently, an absolutely hilarious and adorable video of a 9-month-old baby eating her first ice cream went viral. As soon as she has her first taste, her eyes bug out and with both hands she grabs the ice cream cone her dad is holding for her in an attempt to get as much of the cold, sweet stuff many of us go crazy for.
A recent study found evidence suggesting that consuming soybean oil may have a negative effect on the brain and influence neurological conditions such as autism, Alzheimer’s, anxiety and depression.
If you’re a milk drinker, let’s just say that you have options when it comes to your choice in milk no matter what your preferences or dietary restrictions may be.
If you haven’t checked out actress Jada Pinkett Smith’s mother, Adrienne Banfield-Norris (formerly Banfield-Jones), Google her now! The 60-something Banfield-Norris is in such incredible shape that even her son-in-law, Will Smith, can’t believe it. Yes, she is beautiful. But what impresses me the most is how muscular her body is.
In China, people have been drinking tea for thousands of years. And reportedly, Turkish people are the biggest tea drinkers in the world! And we all may want to follow suit.
The holidays are over. It’s finally 2020, so it’s that time of year where many of us are trying to stick to our New Year’s resolution of getting in better shape and getting healthier. Obviously, a major part of this involves being mindful about what we eat.
Here are some fun facts which I recently became aware of. As many as "63 million people in North America meet the diagnostic criteria for chronic constipation." And there are many studies which demonstrate that "the prevalence of constipation increases with age and is more common in women than men."
It’s no secret that many people have a tough time sticking to their New Year’s resolutions. One reason for this may be that they lack a clear and proactive plan of attack.
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