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Answering all of your health, wellness, fitness, and personal questions.

  • Mia Johnson
    Published 3 days ago
    Ultimate Guide to Healthy Dental Habits

    Ultimate Guide to Healthy Dental Habits

    Many say a nice smile can make you far more beautiful than the best makeup out there. Taking proper care of your teeth does not only improve your smile, but also helps our overall well-being. Good oral health can help prevent various diseases and can be an indicator of how well a person takes care of themselves. If you want to do your teeth justice, here are a few dental habits you ought to acquire and maintain.
  • Caitlin Evans
    Published 5 days ago
    Four Very Real Health Dangers of Overeating

    Four Very Real Health Dangers of Overeating

    It’s Thanksgiving day. You are sitting at the dinner table with your family and enjoying all the delicious classics: turkey, glazed ham, mashed potatoes, apple pie and whatnot. By the end of the evening, you are feeling more stuffed than the turkey you just ate. Does it feel good? Probably not.
  • Caitlin Evans
    Published 13 days ago
    Science-Backed Workout Hacks for People with Demanding Jobs

    Science-Backed Workout Hacks for People with Demanding Jobs

    If a piece of advice sounds cliché, it’s usually because there is some truth to it. Therefore, to many of you, the contents of this article might sound a bit cheesy from time to time, but there’s a huge difference between inherently "knowing" something, and seeing it written on paper or hearing it out loud.
  • Amelia Grant
    Published 19 days ago
    5 Tips on Maintaining the Proper Posture

    5 Tips on Maintaining the Proper Posture

    There are two main strategies, such as postural correction and exercise, that are able to help manage your pain.
  • JESSICA SMITH
    Published 19 days ago
    How IV Sedation Help Patients with Special Needs

    How IV Sedation Help Patients with Special Needs

    There are many forms of anesthesia that a doctor can administer on a patient to make their operation more comfortable. All anesthesia serves the same purpose—reducing the pain and stress during operation. However, depending on the circumstances, the patient may need more attention when administering a pain-relieving drug.
  • Olivia Picton
    Published 20 days ago
    Steps to Include in Your Plan to Be Healthy

    Steps to Include in Your Plan to Be Healthy

    What does it mean to be healthy? The media would like people to think that it means being thin or muscular, but it's much more than that. Being healthy involves a number of dietary changes and exercise options.
  • Claire Raymond
    Published 2 months ago
    How to Cope with Migraines

    How to Cope with Migraines

    Tell anyone with a migraine that they have a headache and they will headbutt you. Well, they wouldn’t, because it would give them a migraine, but they would want to.
  • Claire Peters
    Published 2 months ago
    When It's Medical Malpractice—and When It Isn't

    When It's Medical Malpractice—and When It Isn't

    When you’re a recipient of medical care, it’s important to understand when malpractice may have occurred. This is so that you’ll have a robust case when you enter into a legal proceeding against a hospital or medical establishment. It will help you structure your suit better as you focus on key areas within the treatment provided.
  • Tony Li
    Published 3 months ago
    There's a Hearing Aid with Your Name on It

    There's a Hearing Aid with Your Name on It

    When I grow old, I’m going to wear a hearing aid so that I can hear myself think. It’s funny how we say things like that. Hearing yourself think is something I have said a thousand times before, but what does that really mean? We’ve all said things that we wish we could take back. But once we see the reaction of the person we are talking to, it’s too late to catch yourself. Thinking things through before saying them is the best policy, but it’s not always easy to do that. I think you lose spontaneity if you havr to think through everything you plan to say. Speaking your mind can be dangerous, so watch what you say.
  • Jennifer La
    Published 3 months ago
    What to Do if You Have Flat Feet?

    What to Do if You Have Flat Feet?

    I want to talk about flat feet. There are many types of flat feet conditions. I am not sure how many there are; only a doctor can answer that. The kind I have is flexible flat feet. Sometimes, I am embarrassed talking about my condition. Do you know who has flat feet? Raise your hand if it's you, reading this article on Vocal. If a family member or friend who is struggling send them my way.
  • Ross Geller
    Published 3 months ago
    Six Tips to Prepare Yourself for Eyelid Surgery

    Six Tips to Prepare Yourself for Eyelid Surgery

    The evolution in the field of medical sciences has helped people with the power of good health. It has also made them believe in using such technology for a variety of other benefits. More than just healing ailments, surgeries all over the world are now using this boon of technology for improving the aesthetics of one's personality. Professionals across the globe are trying to excel in the art of blepharoplasty to provide their patients with the benefit of owning a perfect pair of aesthetically pleasing eyes.
  • Marie Nieves
    Published 3 months ago
    How to Prevent Skin Cancer

    How to Prevent Skin Cancer

    More than 2,000 people die of skin cancer in Australia every year. It’s an extremely serious condition that needs to be treated as carefully as possible. Luckily, when detected early, most types of skin cancers are curable. But obviously, it’s a much better idea to do everything you can to ensure you don’t develop it. But how exactly do you prevent skin cancer? Here are five tips you should be aware of.