• Surprising Health Concerns About Cow’s Milk You Should Know About

    Cow’s milk is often considered nature’s most wholesome food. But, is drinking milk from cows really healthy for you? A growing body of scientific evidence continues to cast doubt on the belief that cow’s milk is healthy for human consumption. That is not to say that cow’s milk does not have its health benefits. Modest milk intake […]
  • 6 Tips for Staying Active at Work

    One of the biggest obstacles to living a healthy lifestyle in the 21st century is working. Like it or not, a lot of jobs in western nations have moved away from physical activity and now promote long hours at a desk, usually in front of a computer screen. Sitting around for long hours is at […]
  • 10 Useful Tips to Manage Your Anxiety

    According to a study commissioned by ADAA, over 40 million adults in the United States (just about 18% of the populace) deals with anxiety and costing the U.S. more than $42 billion a year. That makes it the most widely recognized emotional sicknesses in the United States. Anxiety can affect any person, regardless of earnings, education, […]
  • Reach Your Weight Goals with a Simple Equation!

    You do not need to be a Sherlock Holmes in order to understand weight loss. Calories in, calories out. It really is that simple. So, yes, you will obviously lose poundage when you cut out a food group (or two or three). Why do you think “low-carb” diets are so successful? But you do not […]
  • 4 Ways to Honor Your Closest Relationships

    How many times have you found yourself in the same room as the person you’ve been living with for months — or years even — and felt like the two of you were complete strangers? Regardless of the dynamic of this relationship, whether it be husband and wife, parent and child or simply roommates, sadly […]
  • 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 […]
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    • 4 Years ago
  • 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 […]
  • Sore Throat Remedies.

    The temperature dipping outside can only mean one thing… No, not that is time for the holidays, but that you are about to deal with sore throats and runny noses. Let us be honest… When you are returning home for the holidays, you want to impress all of your exes and the family members who […]
  • 7 Ways to Sleep Better You May Not Have Considered

    Sleep is almost absurdly important. Ask a doctor what single thing you can do to improve your health and well-being and sleep will be right up there with exercise in their grab-bag of recommendations. For that reason, it is in your interest to do everything you can to get a better night’s sleep. Proper rest […]
  • Paleo “Caveman” Diet

    Females and males, alike, are participating in CrossFit, an exercise that focuses on creating a competitive nature among its participants, through aerobic, body weight and Olympic weightlifting exercises. In order to succeed in perfecting the ideal physique, participants are told to follow a strict Paleolithic, or “caveman ” diet. The Paleolithic diet (often referred to […]
  • 7 Health Benefits Of Laughter

    Did you know that laughter can ease chronic pain, reduce stress and help you to lose weight? That’s right: laughter really is the best medicine. Not only does laughter make us happier and more sociable, it actually improves our health. Here’s how! 1. Laughter reduces stress. You may have heard about the affects smiling – […]
  • Home Remedies for Natural Hair Growth.

    We all want to look as if we were photoshopped and pushed off of the pages of our favorite magazines. But the reality is that some horrible lighting, or “bad” angle, will quickly erase that illusion and remind us that everyday stresses (or just genetics, in general) prevent us from having the thick, glowing hair […]
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