While getting older can be scary, there are plenty of ways to age in a healthy and active way—but it's important to act sooner rather than later. So whether you're worried about your own aging or your parents, here are a few simple tips to help.
We're all human and sometimes it's easier to call into work than to deal with being sick in the office. But sometimes, the reasons for calling into work aren't so straightforward. If you're curious about the top reasons people call into work are, read on.
Winter months are synonymous with that chilly, stay-at-home weather, but also with sniffles and an increased risk for infections. Why is that? Hint: it's not because of cold weather alone.
Endometriosis, or "endo," is a condition in which tissue similar to the lining of the uterus grows outside of the uterus. Dealing with the symptoms of endometriosis can be mentally and physically draining, especially if you're living in a big city. However, learning how to cope with endo can improve your quality of life, manage your symptoms, and help you function in day-to-day life. Here are some of the best life hacks for coping with endo.
Nearing the end of your life is never easy. You may feel stress about your family relations, your legacy, your medical treatment, or have some lingering financial worries that are making this stage of your life even harder. If you are in the late stages of aging or are terminally ill, odds are that you may have considered a viatical settlement, or selling your life insurance policy, at some point. Doing so offers you quite a bit of wiggle room financially, and has the potential to make a dramatic difference in your life. So, if you are curious about the process of selling your life insurance policy, just keep reading.
When the topic of addiction comes up, we often think about the damage done to an individual's personal relationships, finances, and mental health. Beyond all of these consequences, however, there are also the physical problems caused by repeated drug use. One of the most impacted areas caused by substance abuse is the mouth, especially since this is the entry point for many substances. If you are currently addicted to a substance and are concerned about your health, let's take a closer look at exactly how drugs impact dental health and what you can do to overcome your addiction.