health

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

  • Divine Dynasty
    Published about a year ago
    The Amazing, Healing Benefits of Manuka Honey

    The Amazing, Healing Benefits of Manuka Honey

    Today, there are over 250 types of honey available and Manuka honey has been generating the most buzz for its astonishing healing benefits that you might not necessarily find in other honey varieties.
  • Nina Simons
    Published about a year ago
    5 Things to Consider Before Ordering an Online DNA Test

    5 Things to Consider Before Ordering an Online DNA Test

    What can you find out by taking a DNA test?
  • Delilah Rivera
    Published about a year ago
    Tough Decisions I Had to Make Living with a Disease
  • roberto oliveira
    Published about a year ago
    The Benefits of Vitamin C

    The Benefits of Vitamin C

    Ascorbic acid, better known as Vitamin C, is a nutrient of great relevance to our body, so that if a person does not consume enough of this acid can end up acquiring a disease called scurvy, which was very common in the middle ages, caused by the lack of Vitamin C in the body. This vitamin is so important that it helps in the immunity and prevention of some diseases.
  • Nova May
    Published about a year ago
    Things to Eat When You Have No Gallbladder

    Things to Eat When You Have No Gallbladder

    Five months ago I underwent a surgery for the removal of my gallbladder. Not knowing what the major effects it can have on my body.
  • ms_jessica _stewart
    Published about a year ago
    My Experiences with IBS

    My Experiences with IBS

    Have you ever been nervous before a big event and had an upset stomach? Or right before a big presentation, spent most of it in the bathroom evacuating your bowels? But then, as soon as you have finished that speech or big event, you were perfectly fine. Now imagine suffering those symptoms 24/7 without relief. This is what IBS sufferers deal with every single day.
  • Maddie Green
    Published about a year ago
    How to Count Macros

    How to Count Macros

    A macro—short for macronutrient—is either protein, fat, or carbohydrate. They're the three key food groups we need to consume for our body to function. By counting macros (aka, counting how much you consume in a day of each food group), you can lose weight, build muscle or just get healthier without having to restrict yourself so much.
  • Natalie C..
    Published about a year ago
    Living in Pain

    Living in Pain

    I am a very active person. I have been seen I was really little. I went to dance from 3 to 7, then cheer for one year, then gymnastics from 8 to when I was in the middle of 5th grade. I go camping all the time I possibly can go. I can’t just sit around for very long. I have to keep moving.
  • Jennie Carr
    Published about a year ago
    15 Things They Don’t Tell You About Brain Surgery

    15 Things They Don’t Tell You About Brain Surgery

    Warning: adult language ahead (you are allowed to swear when you've had brain surgery).
  • Michelle Bridges
    Published about a year ago
    How I Coped with Cancer
  • Delilah Rivera
    Published about a year ago
    Seven Kidney-Friendly Foods
  • Eleny Macias
    Published about a year ago
    Surviving? Cancer

    Surviving? Cancer

    Let me start this off by saying IF YOU THINK YOU HAVE CANCER TALK TO A DOCTOR AND GET TREATMENT. Now that that’s over with let me continue, I am 16-years-old and I hate school. But then again who doesn’t? I also have major anxiety problems (yaaay)! I’ve had anxiety for as long as I remember and they were always at their worst the night before school started. My stomach would hurt, I would puke, and I couldn’t sleep. That has happened ever since I went to the 3rd grade.