health

Keeping your mind and body in check - popular topics in health and medicine to maintain a long and healthy life.

  • Damien Justus
    Published 28 days ago
    5 Things MCTs Can Do for You

    5 Things MCTs Can Do for You

    It seems that increasing amounts of people are seeking natural ways to take control of their health, and improve their life. Because of this, new kinds of supplements and natural health boosters appear to be growing in popularity. One thing many seem to be taking notice of are MCTs, which stands for "medium chain triglycerides." Here are a few things to consider, if you think that MCTs might be right for you.
  • Jessica Grace Raso
    Published 30 days ago
    Two Years Without My Uterus

    Two Years Without My Uterus

    It’s been two years since my uterus was taken from me.
  • Emma Marshall
    Published about a month ago
    Poisoned

    Poisoned

    In 2019, my life changed forever.
  • Mia Morales
    Published about a month ago
    Strengthen Your Immune System: Five Ways

    Strengthen Your Immune System: Five Ways

    Autumn is officially here as of September 23, bringing with it crisp mornings, gorgeous colored foliage and the start of cold and flu season. The bad news is that anyone can get sick when germs and viruses spread like wildfire. The good news is there are steps you can take to minimize your likelihood of falling prey to illness. Incorporate one suggestion from each category and you will face the season with your immune system stronger than ever.
  • Dexter S. Spear
    Published about a month ago
    Health and Kayaking

    Health and Kayaking

    Most people believe that staying healthy and fit is a challenge that is quite difficult to undertake. You have to be conscious about everything that you do—starting from the foods that you intake to the physically strenuous activities you do at the gym. Fret no more, because there is a newfound recreational sport that keeps you fit and healthy while having fun at the same time—kayaking.
  • Emma Daniel
    Published about a month ago
    Superb & Effective Methods to Reduce Gas in Stomach

    Superb & Effective Methods to Reduce Gas in Stomach

    Feeling gassy and overstuffed isn't simply stubborn—it's in and out humiliating! If you work in an office situation, or you're frequently in the company of others, gas can make regular daily existence very horrendous & unpleasant.
  • Lara Phillips
    Published about a month ago
    Chocolate Is Good for Your Teeth

    Chocolate Is Good for Your Teeth

    Okay, strictly speaking, this may be a bend to the truth. You must be informed that no ‘sweet’ or ‘candy’ is good for your teeth or your overall health. They all contain sugars, and sugar is a bacterium’s best friend.
  • Colene Stovall
    Published about a month ago
    Lemon Water... A Hot Topic

    Lemon Water... A Hot Topic

    Lemon water is a very hot topic in the health and fitness industry right now…
  • Colene Stovall
    Published about a month ago
    Do I Need Vitamins and Minerals?

    Do I Need Vitamins and Minerals?

    First of all we should ask the question… what are vitamins and minerals?
  • Madison Fletcher
    Published about a month ago
    Know More About Multiple Sclerosis: A Serious Brain Disorder

    Know More About Multiple Sclerosis: A Serious Brain Disorder

    Multiple sclerosis is the medical condition where the protective covering of the nerves gets dissolved by the immune system of the person itself. This loss of coverage of the nerves leads to communication disruption between the brain and the body. It is a chronic medical issue that can last for years or be present lifelong once occurred in a person. MS shortly abbreviated for multiple sclerosis, affects the brain, spinal cord, and optic nerves present in the eye. It is a long-lasting disease—causing problem with vision, muscle, balance, and many other body parts' functions.
  • Chelsea Lawson
    Published 2 months ago
    The View from My Chair

    The View from My Chair

    It really was an ordinary chair, dark paisley plastic, easily cleaned between patients. But to me it was a battleground. For eight straight hours, two days a month, I was chained to it, not with cuffs but an IV; I was fighting for my life.
  • Claire Raymond
    Published 2 months ago
    How to Cope with Chronic Pain

    How to Cope with Chronic Pain

    How To Cope With Chronic Pain