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  • Samantha Evans
    Published 32 minutes ago
    UCSF Mission Bay Hospital

    UCSF Mission Bay Hospital

    My son was born in San Fransico in 2017. Three weeks before his intended due date. All because he was born very small. Which meant I had to travel over four hours away from home to a different hospital. It is the newest campus to the San Fransico Hospital. Mission Bay is also home to UCSF Betty Irene Moore Women's Hospital, UCSF Bakar Cancer Hospital, and the UCSF Bakar Precision Cancer Medicine Building, in addition to numerous outpatient services for children and adults. It is also is home to UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital-San Francisco. Joshua was born at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital on an early January morning. The plan was to have him naturally, but then his heart rate dropped, and we almost lost him. But they got his heart rate went up, and they brought him with a c section. My darling son's weight was barely over three pounds. That was something that the doctor was questioning, which meant he would have to stay in a NICU to see why he was born this way.
  • Ormon Kus
    Published about an hour ago
    What problems should I avoid while exercising?

    What problems should I avoid while exercising?

    It is said that life lies in movement. Exercising helps to improve metabolic efficiency, relieve muscle fatigue, and maintain a good body shape. In fact, exercise is also about science. Now let’s introduce in detail. What problems should be avoided when exercising?
  • Harl Reddin
    Published about 2 hours ago
    do you know? Our height is different every day

    do you know? Our height is different every day

    According to the different bone structure of the human body, the time for the closure of the epiphyseal line of the human body is also different. The latest is the distal end of the femur, which is about 19-24 years old.
  • Iria Vasquez-Paez
    Published about 2 hours ago
    The Healthcare System is Stacked Against You

    The Healthcare System is Stacked Against You

    Health care is not perfect in other countries as I have recently been schooled on by talking to other people on Facebook but since I protect my sources I can't say from where. My type 1-diabetes had a hard time being diagnosed, for example but that was probably something done by my primary caregiver, my mother. Advocacy is key, but I went through many years of my life not knowing I had 22q at all, until I turned 18. Then I said, great now I have to deal with it. I didn't find out about low blood platelets being a part of 22q until these last two years.
  • Hyld Va
    Published about 2 hours ago
    What are the benefits of running?

    What are the benefits of running?

    Benefit 1: Improve physical fitness and cardiopulmonary function As long as you don't exercise, even young people, physical fitness and cardiopulmonary function will continue to decline with age. By the middle age of 30 or 40, this declining trend will become more obvious.
  • Mohit Chawla
    Published about 2 hours ago
    Vitamins and Supplements for a Youthful Life

    Vitamins and Supplements for a Youthful Life

    Vitamins and Supplements for a Youthful Life Vitamin E and Vitamin C have extraordinary anti-aging powers, but Beta Carotene is the one antioxidant that you canít live without if you want to stay young. Beta Carotene, most commonly extracted from carrots, has extra antioxidant powers that fill in where other supplements like Vitamin E and Vitamin C leave off. In fact, Beta Carotene fixes a whole host of other problems including cancer, heart disease, cataracts and failing immunity. In other words, Beta Carotene supplements taken regularly can aid with curing many health problems.
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  • Jerome Shaw
    Published about a month ago
    Why You Should Ditch Your Phone Before Bed

    Why You Should Ditch Your Phone Before Bed

    Our phones have become a part of our daily routine. We can’t imagine going anywhere without them. Most people today get into bed to try and fall asleep while using their phones even once they’re in bed. Listening to some calming music or watching your favorite show may seem like a good way to fall asleep, but a growing body of research highlights that this could be problematic.
  • Natalie Shell
    Published about a month ago
    Black Minds Matter

    Black Minds Matter

    Growing up the black community I knew that seeking help for mental health was seen as weird and taboo. Telling someone you are in therapy was like openly admitting to being that psycho killer from all the horror movies. There are a wide variety of mental health issues that stretch a wide spectrum of intensity that affect most of the population. Why does my community think it affects all these people, but not us? We want to be strong. We want to be the perfect embodiment of strength. We want to be built so strong that no one from the outside world could ever break us down. Having a mental health issue is seen as a weakness. It is the crack in the foundation that threatens to tear the whole structure down. Just like eye color and freckles this is something that is passed down from parent to child year after year. It is one of those generational curses that people are always talking about. One that needs to be broken now across the board. One that is causing more harm by having so many people not receive the help they need from fear of they will be perceived.
  • Maxine Hupy
    Published 2 months ago
    How To Workout At Home Without Getting Distracted

    How To Workout At Home Without Getting Distracted

    I started quarantine off strong with all of my fitness goals written out and on track, I even hosted a monthly challenge in April and May! In April I focused on abs and in May I created a full body circuit. However, as time went on, I slowly fell off track and ultimately just stopped working out. Now, as a professional dancer, my body was NOT happy with me. I grew tight, stiff, and unmotivated.
  • Blaine Strong
    Published 2 months ago
    How Meal Prep Can Keep Your Keto Lifestyle on Track

    How Meal Prep Can Keep Your Keto Lifestyle on Track

    When making a major diet and lifestyle change, two of the most common challenges people face are: 1. eating clean but still enjoying foods you love that taste delicious, and 2. designating time to buy ingredients, cook, and prepare for the week ahead. If you’re looking for ways to simplify your lifestyle and help keep yourself accountable, whether you’re on a keto diet, a paleo diet, or just committing yourself to increasing your protein intake day to day, meal prepping can revolutionize your daily habits to keep you on track.
  • malin evita
    Published 2 months ago
    Taking Time to Breathe in a World on Fire

    Taking Time to Breathe in a World on Fire

    I don’t think I stand alone when I say that the air has been tight lately; from the global pandemic that has changed our lives forever, to the ever prevailing injustices and regressions happening in across the world. While we are a fiery generation and while I love the invigorating feeling of being part and fighting alongside movements I believe in with all of my heart and soul, the weight of it all does become heavy at times.
  • Kate Heroine
    Published 2 months ago
    Mindful Walking with my Dog, Henrietta.

    Mindful Walking with my Dog, Henrietta.

    The following is a walking meditation guide inspired by Henrietta, my German Shepherd. What you need for this guided mindful walk.
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Advice
  • Kari Oakley
    Published 2 days ago
    How to Feel Healthy Again and Start Working Out After Having a Baby

    How to Feel Healthy Again and Start Working Out After Having a Baby

    Having a baby is a big moment in your life that presents both immense joy and significant changes. While this is a beautiful moment, the process of birthing a baby can also rock your physical, mental and emotional health. Because of the major impact that having a baby can have on your life, this can cause a major disruption to how you normally address your health and fitness journey. It may be time to reevaluate your plan. If you want to get back on the road to working out and improve your health, here are a few tips to help you get there.
  • The Vitamin Hippo
    Published 3 days ago
    Quick Tips to Boost Your Metabolism

    Quick Tips to Boost Your Metabolism

    There are a lot of people who would give a lot to increase their metabolism. Having a high level of metabolism enables one to maintain burn fat and lose weight fast with the least amount of activity.
  • Maha Pe
    Published 4 days ago
    7 benefits of walking

    7 benefits of walking

    To have a good body, you must exercise. But when playing ball, everyone is busy and no one can gather. For the simplest running, you must also set aside special time, change equipment, find a track, and work so busy and difficult!
Aging
  • Kevin Roache
    Published about 7 hours ago
    7 Secrets To Ageing Gracefully

    7 Secrets To Ageing Gracefully

    “The best part of the art of living is to know how to grow old gracefully”- Eric Hoffer Aging gracefully means different things to different people. There are those who take a "physical" approach and do all that is medically possible to remove the marks of aging. Others, go to the opposite extreme, stop taking care about their bodies, and live a life of mere existence. Still, others refuse to accept the fact that they are aging and continue their lives like a clock has stopped ticking. The path you choose to take matters for one reason- your life is not over. Just like all the other decisions you have made have had an impact on where you are, your choice to age gracefully will determine your future.
  • The Vitamin Hippo
    Published a day ago
    Are You "Anti-Aging"?

    Are You "Anti-Aging"?

    It's no secret that our society is obsessed with looking young. As we grow older, things start to change. Our complexion changes.
  • Kevin Roache
    Published 2 days ago
    Heath Benefits For Cycling Seniors

    Heath Benefits For Cycling Seniors

    As you get older, finding an activity that can help you stay active may become more difficult. With bone and muscle degradation, aches and pains may hinder you from enjoying some forms of exercise. However, leading a sedentary lifestyle should not be an option. There are many activities that are both safe for seniors and offer amazing benefits including cycling.
Athletics
  • Hyld Va
    Published about 2 hours ago
    What are the benefits of running?

    What are the benefits of running?

    Benefit 1: Improve physical fitness and cardiopulmonary function As long as you don't exercise, even young people, physical fitness and cardiopulmonary function will continue to decline with age. By the middle age of 30 or 40, this declining trend will become more obvious.
  • Melanie Rose
    Published 6 days ago
    The Heart of a Ballerina

    The Heart of a Ballerina

    She steps out into the bright lights of the stage and closes her eyes just for a moment to take it all in. She hears the music begin and she can feel the beat inside her soul compel her to move. Each step she takes is with certainty and confidence.
  • Kelli Kay
    Published 7 days ago
    The Bug on My Wrist

    The Bug on My Wrist

    It was a Friday in September of 2015. My phone alarmed at 6:30 AM for an 8 AM workout. I almost cried from exhaustion; but even as pitied myself, I knew I was going to roll out of bed, get dressed, and head to the gym.
Body
  • Lewis Robinson
    Published a day ago
    How To Change Your Body in Two Months

    How To Change Your Body in Two Months

    There are many reasons a person may want to change their body. If you have an upcoming wedding, you want to look your best on your special day. If you're going on a cruise and plan to spend some time on exotic beaches, you definitely want to look great in your swim gear. Or, maybe there's an upcoming high school reunion.
  • Kie Salle
    Published a day ago
    Benefits of fever

    Benefits of fever

    Bacteria and viruses have existed hundreds of millions of years ago and have been evolving. Humans can survive. Fever is one of the magic weapons. Bacteria and viruses invade the human body. How can the human body protect itself? The most important thing is the ability to have fever! Fever is an important self-protection ability of the body itself!
  • McKenzie Jones
    Published 2 days ago
    The Top 4 Benefits of Hydrotherapy

    The Top 4 Benefits of Hydrotherapy

    Image Source: Envato Hydrotherapy, which is also known, albeit to a lesser extent, as aquatic therapy, is a form of physical therapy that involves using exercise therapy in the form of controlled and gentle movements submerged within the confines of a specialized heated pool with all the necessary equipment and different depths available in order to treat and target a large variety of ailments and conditions within a comfortable, enjoyable and safe setting. In this way and in others as well, hydrotherapy or aquatic therapy differs significantly from conventional aquaerobics and swimming in that the goal is steady healing rather than stressful vigor. Though there are many benefits of hydrotherapy, the following health benefits are four of the most important ones out there as of now.
Diet
  • Kevin Roache
    Published a day ago
    Veganism For The Elderly

    Veganism For The Elderly

    Recent statistics show that more and more seniors are considering a vegan diet in an attempt to improve their overall health and prevent disease. One poll showed that about 2.7% of adults between the ages of 55 and 64 are vegetarian, while 1.8% of adults above 65 have taken this lifestyle.
  • Pauline SL Cheung
    Published 3 days ago
    IF YOU NEED NATURAL ENERGY THEN LOOK NO FURTHER?

    IF YOU NEED NATURAL ENERGY THEN LOOK NO FURTHER?

    Magnesium is how humans gain energy naturally and many benefits to our physical as well as mental health. Physical health can impact our mental health too, as there is a fine line between the two and we are whole beings, not how society has separated them both which is just plain daft.
  • Yashay
    Published 3 days ago
    6 Smart Foods To Help Quick Weight Loss

    6 Smart Foods To Help Quick Weight Loss

    It is almost impossible to get slimmer if you consume a large amount of high-calorie snacks. Make dramatic changes in your diet plan and appearance with these 6 smart food options for quick weight loss. Antioxidants and vitamins guarantee the proper functioning of your metabolism and digestive system. Make healthier food choices by skimming through this brief list of delicious and low-calorie meals.
Fact Or Fiction
  • Jaliene Collard
    Published 5 days ago
    Herbal Medicine Should Be Primary

    Herbal Medicine Should Be Primary

    I am not exactly sure why everybody does not choose to use herbal medicine over any other form of medicine. It confuses me because herbs have been around since the beginning of time; making herbs the first method of medicine and healing. If the ground we walk on provides us solutions to the problems that the ground itself creates, why don’t we use those solutions? Instead we use things the earth provided us, add chemicals and lab based ingredients to it, and call it medicine. Does it help? Sure, but there is also a very high chance you will develop negative symptoms the first day to the last, and don’t forget the lifetime effects it has on your body and mind; but your cold is gone, isn’t it?
  • Douglas E. Summers
    Published 14 days ago
    Myth Diabetes No. 2 - There is no cure for diabetes

    Myth Diabetes No. 2 - There is no cure for diabetes

    You may have heard it when it was said: "There is no cure for diabetes". You may have been involved in researching medicine. I've also heard, "If someone says you have diabetes, do the opposite!" But this is not true. Many diabetes cases can be completely reversed and include permanent remission. Is that a cure? Read it and you will tell me.
  • Douglas E. Summers
    Published 15 days ago
    Three Facts About Fat Foods, Sugar Fat And Fatty Foods

    Three Facts About Fat Foods, Sugar Fat And Fatty Foods

    1. If sugar-free foods help to lose weight, why do most US consumers of these foods have the highest incidence of obesity?
Fitness
  • Ormon Kus
    Published about an hour ago
    What problems should I avoid while exercising?

    What problems should I avoid while exercising?

    It is said that life lies in movement. Exercising helps to improve metabolic efficiency, relieve muscle fatigue, and maintain a good body shape. In fact, exercise is also about science. Now let’s introduce in detail. What problems should be avoided when exercising?
  • Connor Sharpe
    Published 3 days ago
    How To Get 6 Pack Abs For Beginners

    How To Get 6 Pack Abs For Beginners

    How To Lower Your Body Fat Percentage So as we all know getting ripped or getting a six pack can be achieved by lowering the body fat, but how is this done?
  • C. S. Phoenix
    Published 7 days ago
    What Weighs You Down

    What Weighs You Down

    Let’s be honest. None of us, not even the most confident of us, are always on the top of our game. Though we often expect ourselves to be. And if there is one thing you hear about in a weight lifting community, it’s grit. Defined as courage and resolve, or strength of character. When you are trying to pull a bar twice your bodyweight off the ground or stand it up out of the hole, you're going to need courage and resolve. You’re going to need strength of character to back up your physical strength because no amount of physical strength will accomplish that feat alone.
Health
  • Iria Vasquez-Paez
    Published about 2 hours ago
    The Healthcare System is Stacked Against You

    The Healthcare System is Stacked Against You

    Health care is not perfect in other countries as I have recently been schooled on by talking to other people on Facebook but since I protect my sources I can't say from where. My type 1-diabetes had a hard time being diagnosed, for example but that was probably something done by my primary caregiver, my mother. Advocacy is key, but I went through many years of my life not knowing I had 22q at all, until I turned 18. Then I said, great now I have to deal with it. I didn't find out about low blood platelets being a part of 22q until these last two years.
  • Sandra Tena Cole
    Published about 4 hours ago
    Thoughts on Covid, masks, life and death on this Halloween

    Thoughts on Covid, masks, life and death on this Halloween

    Samhain, better known to most people around the world as Halloween, is the time to contemplate life beyond life, to remember the ancestors and to let go of old attachments and things that often hold us back. I won’t go into the details of the various celebrations around the world or the spiritual and psychological aspects of the original celebrations of Samhain, as that is subject enough for an entry of its own, but I will say for many of us it’s a particularly intense Samhain this year. For those who believe that Halloween is a time to venerate death or that it has anything to do with Satanism or the Devil, I will go ahead and say that is a huge misconception, although Satanists also celebrate Samhain and/or Halloween if they want to, just like any other person who either wants to celebrate the lives of those who have passed on, or merely enjoy dressing up and have a fun night in costume (the kind of costume is entirely up to each individual taste, just like with any other cultural group). Halloween is normally seeped in bloody imagery, with death-motifs and creepy elements such as spiders and goblins, because it originates from a celebration of the opening of the door into the afterlife, sometimes known as the opening of the veil, through which our dear departed ones could cross over to partake in our celebration of their life, and in some areas it was said in legend and myth that the fae could cross over too, either for good or mischief. A lot of what we know now of Halloween as a gore-fest has more to do with the Christian and Catholic interpretations of the old Celtic, Saxon, Nordic and Greek myths, as well as some Latin American traditions, specifically twisted to make the indigenous people’s traditions seem like malignant beliefs and to facilitate the instalment of their own beliefs in their new settlement.
  • Adrian Holman
    Published about 4 hours ago
    New remedy for coronavirus?

    New remedy for coronavirus?

    Over the past year, COVID-19 has thrown the entire world for a loop. Scientists are continuing to search for something to combat the coronavirus. During the pandemic, many different types of cures have been bandied about with not too much headway made into finding a solution.
How To
  • Mohit Chawla
    Published about 9 hours ago
    How to Buy Vitamins and Supplements by mohit chawla naked Advice

    How to Buy Vitamins and Supplements by mohit chawla naked Advice

    How to Buy Vitamins and Supplements If you go to the grocery store, health food store, or pharmacy to buy vitamins and supplements for nutritional reasons, you may be surprised at how many different types and varieties there are on the shelves. It used to be that every store where vitamins and supplements were available only had one aisle of these products; but now there are whole sections and even entire stores dedicated to selling vitamins and supplements.
  • Aaron Miz Olette
    Published 3 days ago
    Have you ever looked up your "Blood Type Diet?"

    Have you ever looked up your "Blood Type Diet?"

    Most people don't know what their blood type is, let alone know about a diet that can help them get healthier by being aware it. Today is your lucky day, because all you have to do is Google "Blood Type Diet" to know what foods are best for you and what foods cause illness and disease in your body. For me, the story began a few years ago.
  • Sean Jordan
    Published 4 days ago
    Feeling Stressed Out?

    Feeling Stressed Out?

    Stress has always been a part of our lives. In this hectic time, people lead an increasingly stressful life. Experts state that a little stress can be good; it keeps you sharp and ready to move forward, and is sometimes vital for achieving optimum performance. However, medical research has determined that prolonged stress is very bad for the body, and can block the body’s natural ability to repair, regenerate and protect itself. Over 90% of disease is caused by stress. Stress is both a physical and psychological response. It can lead to chronic disease, obesity, insomnia, deteriorating relationships, depression, and more.
Humanity
  • Valerie Taylor
    Published 2 days ago
    Pre-Pandemic: Then and Now

    Pre-Pandemic: Then and Now

    ME, PRE-PANDEMIC: I’d like to see if I could write a post (about a memory or subject - memes and stuff wouldn’t count) every day for a year. The writing would actually be the easy part. I mean, I doubt I could come up with enough to write about. I’d run out of things to say after a couple of months!
  • Carolyn
    Published 2 days ago
    Chronic

    Chronic

    Hi! My name is Carolyn, and for as long as I can remember I’ve been sick. I know, I know, that sounds dramatic, which it is. But it’s true. How can I have possibly been sick for that long you ask? Well, I’ll tell you... I come a very large family with seven children (apparently my parents didn’t have cable) and I was always the kid who got sick, constantly. What’s that? The wind is blowing a little harder today? Bam! Sick. Someone had the sniffles? Bam! Sick. Etc.. I am the reason that my family can’t have live trees at Christmas time, because the last time we got one, I got super sick and it turned into pneumonia. I was 5 years old and almost didn’t make it. Obviously I got better, and I was released the day before Christmas Eve. Yeah, I know.. “A Christmas Miracle” 😒
  • hannah beckingham
    Published 2 days ago
    apples and oranges

    apples and oranges

    You really have no idea how you’re going to react until it actually happens to you. I mean, you can think about it as much as you like. You can stay up nights, chain-smoking and drinking strong-as-fuck tea, and think it over and over and freak out on the inside and even cry a little until you are thoroughly convinced that you know exactly how you would feel if it happened to you, because you have “basically just put yourself there,” but I’m telling you now, all of that will not give you a fucking clue.
List
  • Amir Dentist 88
    Published a day ago
    Best Teeth Whitening Service near Patagonia, AZ

    Best Teeth Whitening Service near Patagonia, AZ

    The best way to keep your smile healthy and bright is to look after your teeth and gums. However, it’s not unusual to need a little help. Perhaps you smoke, or your teeth have been stained by tea, coffee or red wine. They may also lose their whiteness with age. If you want to find the best dentist for teeth whitening near Patagonia, this story may help you.
  • Priyansh Shah
    Published a day ago
    Top 10 Custom Healthcare Software Development Companies Of All Time

    Top 10 Custom Healthcare Software Development Companies Of All Time

    Are you agree if I say technology has played different roles in industries? Right? Healthcare industry is a very slow adopter of digitization. Before 8–10 years, there was no presence of software in healthcare industry. As time passes, the healthcare sector is aggressively adopting new technologies. Won’t believe it? Then see the numbers.
  • WDent
    Published 2 days ago
    The Top General Dentists near Tombstone, Arizona

    The Top General Dentists near Tombstone, Arizona

    The highly-rated general dentistry based on the patients’ satisfaction and reviews are listed below: 1) Dr. Elahe Wissinger, DMD
Meditation
  • Jaliene Collard
    Published 13 days ago
    Mindfulness - How?

    Mindfulness - How?

    I keep getting told to be mindful. "Mindfulness is the key!" I keep getting told. Whether its my friends, partner, therapist...they all keep telling me the same thing. However, what exactly is "mindfulness"? At first I thought it had to do with self-awareness, and how my behavior effects others. Then, one day in group therapy, the therapist asks us all to close our eyes and be mindful of the things around us. He asked us to tap into our five sense.
  • Emerson
    Published 18 days ago
    MEDITATION: WASTE OF TIME? UNDERSTAND MINDFULNESS.

    MEDITATION: WASTE OF TIME? UNDERSTAND MINDFULNESS.

    Mindfulness is a state in which you are completely aware of the impulses, thoughts and feelings that are affecting you. The power that this brings is immeasurable, since by understanding and creating a mindset for each of these aspects, we can achieve Emotional Balance, also known as the Emotional Intelligence soft skill.
  • r3v3r13
    Published 28 days ago
    The Anchor of Purpose

    The Anchor of Purpose

    As a rather sensual, sensitive, and open Soul, I find that I am naturally more receptive to new ideas. I'm open to them all usually and I thoroughly enjoy the rush of energy that accompanies an idea I'd like to act on.
Mental Health
  • Kevin Roache
    Published 3 days ago
    Meditation For Older People

    Meditation For Older People

    As we slowly age, it becomes clearer that our minds and bodies aren't as sharp as they used to be. In the past, you could remember a shopping list without writing it down, but lately, you find yourself noting every single detail. Things like recalling names or remembering where you put your car keys are becoming more challenging. Sometimes, you may wonder what has happened to your brain.
  • Drew Monette
    Published 3 days ago
    Managing Stress as a Working Student

    Managing Stress as a Working Student

    We've all been stressed at some point in our lives. Whether it is the seemingly endless list of deadlines imposed on us from our employers, or cramming for a test at school the night before. Eventually that stress builds up, affecting the way we act, the way we sleep, and even the way we think.
  • Deborah Lara
    Published 8 days ago
    Evolving Your Ego’s Defenses

    Evolving Your Ego’s Defenses

    Defining the Ego and Defense Mechanisms I find the ego to be such a fascinating phenomenon. On the one hand, it can be incredibly useful because it helps us make sense of the world and our place within it. This ultimately allows us to navigate the complexity of our lives. On the other hand, it gets us all wrapped in ourselves and involved in sticky situations in our daily lives. And it often does so in insidious ways, or at least in ways that are unconscious to us.
Yoga
  • Ashish Nishad
    Published 9 days ago
    20 Health Benefits Of Yoga.

    20 Health Benefits Of Yoga.

    Yoga has been used for centuries to stay healthy. Yoga not only keeps us physically healthy but doing yoga also provides mental peace. By adopting yoga, the body can be made healthy and free of disease.
  • Hope Hubbard
    Published 21 days ago
    SUN SALUTATION

    SUN SALUTATION

    I open my front door on this chilly morning. I was not expecting chilly. Usually, it is just flat out humid. I am quite suspicious of this cooler weather. It is the middle of September in the middle of Georgia and cool, calm weather during this month is not to be trusted. I am sure there is an awful storm or two waiting to hit, and there are still a few more scorching, sun-burning days left in the summer season. Summer has a way of acting as if it is angry that it must acquiesce to Fall.
  • Kari Oakley
    Published 29 days ago
    The Biggest Health Benefits of Yoga

    The Biggest Health Benefits of Yoga

    Do you love yoga? Are you interested in trying it for the first time? Regardless of where you are on this spectrum, you have likely heard of the potential health benefits that practicing yoga offers. However, if you want more information about what this activity can do for your body, keep reading.