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The Case for Spending More Time Doing Nothing

The Case for Spending More Time Doing Nothing

Everydayhealth.com Neuroscience research says, simply put, your brain can’t be stimulated or ‘always on’ all the time. How much time have you spent today completely alone with your own thoughts? We’re talking about minutes where your brain isn’t occupied listening to a podcast, scrolling (engaged or not) a social media feed, or half-watching something on […]

8 Outstanding Health Benefits of Apples

8 Outstanding Health Benefits of Apples

“All apples offer benefits, though the nutrition and antioxidant content will vary slightly from one apple to another — the best one to eat is the kind you enjoy,” says Anzlovar. Here’s why else the phrase “an apple a day helps keep the doctor away” may have some truth to it. 7 Impressive Health Benefits […]

Estrogen: Types, Replacement Therapies, and Side Effects

Estrogen: Types, Replacement Therapies, and Side Effects

Everydayhealth.com Estrogen is a group of hormones produced by a woman’s ovaries and, to a lesser degree, by the adrenal glands, fat tissues, and a man’s testes. It is considered a sex hormone because it is produced by the reproductive organs and affects these organs, too. Both men and women produce estrogen, but it’s usually […]

4 Causes of Bladder Pain: Know the Signs

4 Causes of Bladder Pain: Know the Signs

By Diana Rodriguez Bladder pain can signal anything from a minor infection to a serious health condition like cancer. Symptoms may range from discomfort in the lower abdomen area to burning with urination. The good news is that bladder cancer is rare, and bladder pain is usually not serious. But that doesn’t mean you should ignore it when […]

You Should Be Taking A Vitamin C Supplement Daily: True Or False?

You Should Be Taking A Vitamin C Supplement Daily: True Or False?

By Morgan Chamberlain If you’re the type of person that starts to load up on vitamin C supplements only when your child comes home from school looking admittedly crummy and indisposed, or when several co-workers call out the same week, you may be wondering why in the world you would need to worry about taking […]

Why You’re Experiencing Menopause Belly Bloat & What To Do About It.

Why You’re Experiencing Menopause Belly Bloat & What To Do About It.

Bloating is a tricky (and frustrating) issue that many people struggle with, and although it can stem from a number of dietary causes, hormones may also play a role, specifically for women in the midst of menopause. It’s no secret that your body shifts and changes with time, but why exactly does menopause have any […]

What Foods and Drinks Help Headaches?

What Foods and Drinks Help Headaches?

According to the International Classification of Headache Disorders, there are up to 150 different types of headaches. Most headaches fall within one of four main categories: migraine, hypertension, stress and cluster headaches. Certain foods and drinks can trigger various types of headaches, or they can help ease headache pain. Learning the best foods and drinks to […]

What you should know about Stomach ulcers

What you should know about Stomach ulcers

What is a stomach ulcer? Stomach ulcers, which are also known as gastric ulcers, are painful sores in the stomach lining. Stomach ulcers are a type of peptic ulcer disease. Peptic ulcers are any ulcers that affect both the stomach and small intestines. Stomach ulcers occur when the thick layer of mucus that protects your stomach from […]

The 6 Foods & Drinks To Avoid Before Bed.

The 6 Foods & Drinks To Avoid Before Bed.

Sarah Regan To eat a bedtime snack or not to eat a bedtime snack? That’s the question. On the one hand, going to bed on an empty stomach can activate cortisol, the stress hormone. But on the other, eating certain foods too close to bedtime can disrupt your sleep, too. For some more insight on which […]

How to protect yourself against monkeypox and what to do if you catch it

How to protect yourself against monkeypox and what to do if you catch it

A recent monkeypox outbreak across the U.S., Europe, Australia and the Middle East has baffled health experts and is raising concerns of a wider outbreak. As of Wednesday, there were 346 confirmed and suspected cases in 22 countries outside of Africa, where the virus is endemic, according to Our World in Data. It marks the first known […]

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