• 5 Things Your Saliva Can Tell You About Your Health

    Saliva is among the most under-appreciated body fluids and yet it plays major roles in the body, including helping protect teeth from decay, preventing infection and making chewing and swallowing possible. It is also a key ingredient for breaking down food in the mouth and enabling proper digestion, as well as washing away food remnants and […]
  • How to make the most of a New Year

    Every time a year nears its end, we are awaken to changes that need to take place in our lives. These usually come in the form of New Year’s resolution. Resolutions differ from person to person, whether personal, financial and professional or even something as simple as smiling more and liking people’s baby picture posts […]
    • by Kayiba Mpoyi
    • 3 Years ago
    • 228 Views
  • Gearing Up For the New Year Bash

    Christmas is over, but the countdown has just begun. Everyone is getting ready for a gala 31st night. Restaurants and night clubs are pre-booked, so you can expect that it will be jam packed with people. A house party is another great option for those who love to spend the last day of this year […]
    • by Surela Mukherjee
    • 3 Years ago
    • 235 Views
  • Benefits of Quitting Smoking

    More than 16 million Americans suffer from a disease caused by smoking.   Even worse, smoking is responsible for 500,000 deaths a year nationwide. Smokers live an average of 10 years less than non-smokers. Most adult smokers want to quit and nearly half have attempted cessation. No one has ever regretted quitting smoking.  The health benefits […]
  • 10 Practical Ways to Get Over Being Shy

    What is the problem with being shy? Well, there is nothing inherently wrong with having a shy demeanor, especially if you are introverted. Actually, it is perfectly okay to cherish your time alone and take some time to warm up to new people and situations. However, when shyness makes you excessively uncomfortable in social situations […]
  • Can People Really Live Without Soap?

    Can people live without soap? There are certain things that people hold as necessary. That when lived without, this somehow represents a step backward in human evolution. For most people, two showers a day is normal.  Soap and Shampoo are our hygenic weapons against body oder and germs. But what if people actually didn’t need […]
    • by Erin Reese
    • 3 Years ago
    • 200 Views
  • 4 Ways to Establish Healthy Boundaries For a Healthier Life.

      Once again you find yourself wondering, “How did I let myself get sucked into this?” There you are spending another day off volunteering your time and energy when you’d rather be spending this time taking care of yourself and your family. Sound familiar? Do you have trouble saying no? When you say no, do […]
  • 11 Warning Signs the Person You are Dating is Not Right for You

    Are you ignoring the warning signs? We all have our doubts about the person we are dating and wonder whether we are really in a healthy relationship. Unfortunately, when we are newly coupled up we are quick to write off any flaws we detect in the person we are with. One major reason why we […]
  • Where To Get Vitamin D During The Winter Months

    Vitamin D is a wonderful vitamin that helps cure all sorts of health ailments. It has shown to lower rates of cancer, bone fractures, diabetes, heart disease, anxiety, and depression. Due to the amount of time people spend indoors over 75 percent of Americans aren’t getting enough Vitamin D. Supplements can be somewhat effective however […]
    • by Erin Reese
    • 3 Years ago
    • 156 Views
  • How Technology is Affecting Your Sleep

    Sleep is a time of healing. Your body uses this time to rewire the brain, repair the body, and get you ready for the next day. Disrupting sleep sabotages this healing process, and leaves us vulnerable to diseases such as dementia, diabetes, and heart disease. A study has shown that less than six hours of sleep […]
  • The 6 Most Common Vitamin Deficiencies And How To Correct Them

    The vitamin and supplement industry turns over billions of dollars each year. Some are claimed to alleviate minor symptoms like achy joints, others are promoted as life-extenders or cancer curers. Even sensible people who want to avoid basic deficients often take multivitamins. The problems with multivitamins, however, are fourfold: Foods are already fortified with vitamins. Taking a […]
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