Here’s What You Should Do If You Have a Panic Attack in Public

Here’s What You Should Do If You Have a Panic Attack in Public
For the last several years, panic attacks have been part of my life. I typically average two or three a month, although I've gone months without having one at all, and they usually take place at home. When one starts at home, I know I can access my lavender essential oil, weighted blanket, and medication if I need it. Within minutes, my heart rate slows and my breathing normalizes. ...Read more

Tips for Finding a Healthcare Provider Who’s an LGBTQ+ Ally

Tips for Finding a Healthcare Provider Who’s an LGBTQ+ Ally
Intro Historically, trans and queer folks have been marginalized, othered, and pathologized by medical and mental health communities. From conversion therapy and electroconvulsive therapy to denial of funding and care, LGBTQIA folks have faced massive discrimination in healthcare spaces as a result of their identities. "Given this historical context — and even more particularly so if LGBTQ+ folks have other intersecting identities, such as being a person of color, having a disability, being … ...Read more

Eating Healthy Food & Working Out Doesn’t Have To Be Torture You Know

Eating Healthy Food & Working Out Doesn’t Have To Be Torture You Know
"What?! Veggie plate for dinner again? Just kill me now!" Oh, come on. There's a limit to how melodramatic you can be. I know greasy cheeseburgers and calorie-heavy BBQ steaks are scrumptious dinner entrees but you can't really eat them every day now, can you? Actually, don't answer that. It's a rhetorical question. I know you can eat pounds of these things each and every day of your life. Is it beneficial though? ...Read more

World No Tobacco Day 2019: Tobacco and Lung Health

World No Tobacco Day 2019: Tobacco and Lung Health
Smoking can severely affect your lungs. Colds, cough and asthma are just the beginning Fatal diseases such as emphysema, pneumonia, and lung cancer are resultants of smoking. Estimated 84% of deaths from lung cancer are caused due to smoking. Other 83% of deaths are caused by chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Every cigarette you smoke reduces 11 minutes off your life! Hence, with every smoke, you take yourself and the other people around closer to death. Do you know smoking plays a s… ...Read more

Cancer Patients Vaping in Growing Numbers

Cancer Patients Vaping in Growing Numbers
Latest Cancer News THURSDAY, May 30, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- Vaping is gaining a foothold in an unlikely population: New research shows a growing number of cancer patients are using electronic cigarettes. "The gradual but steady increase is quite striking," said study author Dr. Nina Sanford, an assistant professor of radiation oncology at UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas. "The high prevalence of e-cigarette use among younger cancer patients and survivors is concerning.&qu… ...Read more

20 Inspirational Single Parent Quotes From Celebrity Moms

20 Inspirational Single Parent Quotes From Celebrity Moms
Being a single mom takes an unbelievable amount of strength (and patience!), especially if you're a solo parent with a full-time job. These parenting quotes from single celebs are here to remind you that you're not alone. On the days when you're having a tough time, look to these relatable statements for some inspiration. ...Read more

Norway's Flåm Railway Is the Most Beautiful Train Ride in the World

Norway's Flåm Railway Is the Most Beautiful Train Ride in the World
When you think of visiting Norway, you might find yourself seeking out the larger cities like Oslo and Bergen. And while they should definitely be on your list, a true trip to the Land of the Midnight Sun would not be complete without a ride on the famous Flåm Railway. The train ride, which runs through smaller counties and villages such as Aurlandsfjord, Sogn og Fjordane, and of course, Flåm, is considered one of the most (if not the most) beautiful train rides you will ever take in your life. F… ...Read more

Angela Bassett Reveals Her Mother Died From Heart Disease and Diabetes

Angela Bassett Reveals Her Mother Died From Heart Disease and  Diabetes
Angela Bassett recently joined the Know Diabetes by Heart campaign as part of the American Heart Association and the American Diabetes Association's joint initiative to raise awareness about the link between type 2 diabetes and heart disease. Bassett's mother passed away from heart disease as a result of diabetes. She wants people to be aware of how one condition could lead to the other. Bassett reveals how she stays in shape with a healthy diet and regular workout routine Angela Bassett i… ...Read more

Extreme heat may trigger gastrointestinal diseases: Know expert tips to beat the heat

Extreme heat may trigger gastrointestinal diseases: Know expert  tips to beat the heat
The summer season brings a lot of stomach related problems which can worsen with the rising temperature. Here are some tips from expert tips to fight gastrointestinal diseases during the summer season. The rising temperature is loaded with multiple health issues. Not just skin problems, it can also result in stomach problems. Doctors often convey that the bacteria grow faster and spread quickly in the summer season. This causes a lot of gastrointestinal diseases. Gastrointestinal diseases are as… ...Read more

World Tobacco Day 2019: Theme and significance

World Tobacco Day 2019: Theme and significance
World No Tobacco Day is celebrated every year on 31 May to make people create awareness about the adverse effects of tobacco use. The World Health Organisation has marked 31st May as World No Tobacco Day. Every year this day is celebrated to highlight the adverse effects of smoking and tobacco use. This day tries to make people understand the damage that tobacco consumption can do their body so that they discontinue the use of tobacco and other second-hand smoke. Every year the World Health Organ… ...Read more

The Mysterious Note Walt Disney Left Behind Before He Died

The Mysterious Note Walt Disney Left Behind Before He Died
When he died, Walt Disney left behind a multi-million dollar franchise. But one small note changed everything. AP/REX/Shutterstock There's no question that Walt Disney's life changed the world. As the mastermind behind Mickey Mouse and the entire Disney enterprise, his life's work has inspired children and adults alike for decades. And when he passed away due to lung cancer in 1966, the world truly lost one of the greats. Test your knowledge of your favorite Disney flicks with this qu… ...Read more

16 Silent Symptoms of Leukemia You Shouldn’t Ignore

16 Silent Symptoms of Leukemia You Shouldn’t Ignore
Conditions Leukemia, or cancer of the blood cells, causes subtle and surprising symptoms throughout the body. These are clear signs you need to get checked. What is leukemia? iStock/KatarzynaBialasiewicz Leukemia is a cancer of the blood and bone marrow, a malignancy that causes an abnormal production of certain blood cells. As the unhealthy blood cells crowd out healthy ones, blood function begins to falter and you may notice physical symptoms. The disease may get worse quickly if you have a type … ...Read more

Gabrielle Union’s Makeup-Free Bikini Selfie Makes 46 Look Amazing

Gabrielle Union’s Makeup-Free Bikini Selfie Makes 46 Look Amazing
Gabe Ginsberg Getty Images Is it just me, or is 2019 the year of Gabrielle Union? In a new series of Instagram photos posted Tuesday, Union shared shots of herself posing in a barely-there string bikini, and she looks amazing and fit, as per usual. The photos, taken in Spétses, Greece, per the location tag, are of Union with her backside to the camera, looking coyly over her shoulder. "46," reads the caption, along with "📸 by @dwyanewade as per the prenup." (Gabrielle and her … ...Read more

11 Little Etiquette Rules All Bridesmaids Should Agree to Follow

11 Little Etiquette Rules All Bridesmaids Should Agree to  Follow
Culture There's a lot more to being a bridesmaid than wearing a pretty dress and standing behind the bride. Nowadays, bridesmaids are expected to be there for every step of wedding plan, the bridal shower, bachelorette party, and more. Being a bridesmaid can end up being a lot of work, not to mention expense. Here, experts weigh in on the top tips for being a fabulous bridesmaid. Should you even say yes? istock/UberImages Sometimes the best thing you can do is not accept the bride's invitat… ...Read more

5 of the Best Methods for Treating Chronic Pain

5 of the Best Methods for Treating Chronic Pain
These are just a few common causes of chronic pain. Chronic pain originates from a variety of sources and occurs for different reasons, so there is no one treatment that will cure all types of chronic aching, stiffness, soreness, or spasms. You might be experiencing chronic pain due to: Certain types of cancer, such as osteosarcoma Fibromyalgia Amputations, which often lead to phantom pain, or the sensation of pain from a body part that a patient no longer has Spinal injuries After some time, you'… ...Read more

How to Find Good Dental Professionals When You Move House

How to Find Good Dental Professionals When You Move House
Of all the tedious aspects of moving homes, one is definitely trying to find new dental professionals for you and your children to start seeing. Many will say they're not taking new patients at this time, and others won't seem up to standard. Sure, you could look at sites like Angie's List or take recommendations from your neighbors, but how much can you really trust them? The best way is to try the one that will take you on and see what their service is like. From there, you can mov… ...Read more

Doctor Burnout Costly for Patients, Health Care System

Doctor Burnout Costly for Patients, Health Care System
By Steven Reinberg HealthDay Reporter Latest Mental Health News TUESDAY, May 28, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- Exhausted, stressed-out doctors are responsible for poorer care, patient dissatisfaction and malpractice lawsuits that carry a huge cost for U.S. health care, researchers report. In fact, it's calculated that physician burnout adds nearly $5 billion a year to health care spending in the United States. ...Read more

Vaping May Exact a Toll on Blood Vessel Health

Vaping May Exact a Toll on Blood Vessel Health
By Dennis Thompson HealthDay Reporter Latest Heart News TUESDAY, May 28, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- In yet another sign that electronic cigarettes are far from harmless, a new lab study suggests that vaping damages the cells that line the inside walls of blood vessels and could hasten heart trouble. Lab-grown endothelial cells were more likely to die off or suffer from impaired function when exposed to e-cigarette vapor, the researchers reported. ...Read more

Blind Singer With Autism Delivers Unbelievable ‘America’s Got Talent’ Performance

Blind Singer With Autism Delivers Unbelievable ‘America’s Got Talent’ Performance
Youtube/America's Got Talent Kodi Lee, 22, shocked the judges of America's Got Talent with a heartwarming performance. Lee is autistic and blind, but discovered a passion for music "very early on," according to his mother. Gabrielle Union hit her Golden Buzzer, meaning Lee will advance to the live shows. Season 14 of America's Got Talent premiered last night—and judge Gabrielle Union has already hit her Golden Buzzer for a very talented contestant, whose performance left the e… ...Read more

Ask a Therapist: "How Can I Make Friends As An Older Adult?"

Ask a Therapist: "How Can I Make Friends As An Older Adult?"
wundervisuals Getty Images Welcome to Ask a Therapist , a new monthly column where a licensed professional—not Dr. Google, not your judgmental co-worker, not your college roommate who tends to shoot from the hip—gives honest answers to the big questions that are keeping you up at night. They'll tell you when you're in a toxic relationship, how to move on from a traumatic memory, techniques to better manage your finances and worry less between paydays—and they'll also give you a no bull… ...Read more

27 Celebrities Open Up About Living With Anxiety and Panic Attacks

27 Celebrities Open Up About Living With Anxiety and Panic  Attacks
Lena Dunham Lena Dunham prioritizes exercise for both her physical and mental wellbeing. "To those struggling with anxiety, OCD, depression: I know it's mad annoying when people tell you to exercise, and it took me about 16 medicated years to listen," the Girls actress wrote on Instagram. "I'm glad I did. It ain't about the ass, it's about the brain." She's also stressed that anxiety should be treated like any other medical condition. "I would tell my … ...Read more

Eating Too Much Potato Chips During Pregnancy can be Harmful

Eating Too Much Potato Chips During Pregnancy can be Harmful
A recent study warns that a pregnant woman should not consume too much potato chip because it can increase pregnancy complications. During pregnancy, the mother has to be very careful about what to eat and what not to. A woman tries her best to know every detail about pregnancy diet to avoid mistakes. A recent study throws some light on the do's and don'ts of pregnancy diet. The study warns that a pregnant woman should not consume too much vegetable oil and potato chips. Too much consumpt… ...Read more

Eat As Per Your Dosha

Eat As Per Your Dosha
You may be following a so-called healthy diet, yet illnesses continue to strike. But are you aware if that diet suits your body composition? Rising awareness about eating fruits and greens has propelled a lot of us towards planning diets for ourselves. But we ignore the fact that everybody composition is different and foods that may suit one person may not be fit for the other. Perhaps this is the reason why even after eating what we term as "nutritious diet", we fail to remain healthy… ...Read more

Vacation Constipation is Real. Here’s How to Deal With It

Vacation Constipation is Real. Here’s How to Deal With It
Change of surroundings and water significantly affect the digestion system, leading to regular episodes of indigestion, constipation and loose motions With the holiday season finally here, all the travel enthusiasts and families alike are on their way to holiday destinations. The thrill of venturing out for a vacation does bring in a host of emotions, but lesser did we know that it also is a cause of several digestion-related issues. You may at times feel gassy, bloated or have tingling pain in … ...Read more

We’re Obsessed With These Canadian Swimwear Brands

We’re Obsessed With These Canadian Swimwear Brands
Style Melissa Greer Our summer may be short, but that hasn't stopped these Canadian brands from owning the swimwear category. Here are five brands we can't wait to wear once the mercury rises. 1 / 5 Photo Credit: Knix Knix Body positive intimates company Knix launched its swimwear line this season with four styles, including one in collaboration with Roxy Earle, founder of the #MySizeRox movement . The campaign launched in mid-May with a photoshoot featuring Earle and several other body positiv… ...Read more

Is There a Connection Between Pain and the Brain?

Is There a Connection Between Pain and the Brain?
Diane Peters This woman's story suggests there is. Plus, learn how to better manage central sensitization with these pain prevention tips. Barbara Stowe has been in pain for more than 40 years. The 61-year-old used to be a professional dancer, but pain in her upper back started to affect her craft. Scans taken in her 20s revealed a missing chip in a vertebrae in her lower spine, but that was the only vague explanation for her upper back problem. At 28, she developed Hodgkin's disease and h… ...Read more

How to Burn Calories During Everyday Tasks

How to Burn Calories During Everyday Tasks
By Len Canter HealthDay Reporter Latest Diet & Weight Management News MONDAY, May 27, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- Looking for ways to burn extra calories? Don't just stand there -- these moves allow you to multitask for fitness. Whenever you're stuck in a long line, do toe raises to work foot and calf muscles. Simply lift both your heels off the ground and roll up to your tiptoes. Hold for five seconds and then roll back down. The American Council on Exercise suggests alternating between s… ...Read more

Health Tip: ATV Safety

Health Tip: ATV Safety
(HealthDay News) -- All-terrain vehicles (ATVS) are involved in an estimated 650 deaths and 100,000 accidents each year, says the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC). Latest Prevention & Wellness News To reduce your risk of injury, the CPSC suggests: ...Read more

FDA Approves Most Expensive Medicine in U.S. History

FDA Approves Most Expensive Medicine in U.S. History
TUESDAY, May 28, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- The most expensive medicine ever has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Latest Neurology News Zolgensma is a one-time infusion gene therapy that costs $2.125 million and treats a rare disorder called spinal muscular atrophy, the Associated Press reported. ...Read more

Secrets to Picking the Freshest Seafood

Secrets to Picking the Freshest Seafood
By Len Canter HealthDay Reporter Latest Nutrition, Food & Recipes News TUESDAY, May 28, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- You know how important it is to eat seafood twice a week, but buying fresh fish and shellfish can seem daunting. You'll find that it's a lot easier if you remember a few simple rules. When buying whole fish, look for bright, clear eyes. The eyes are the window to a truly fresh fish, because they quickly turn to a dull gray with age. The rest of a fish will also fade as it sit… ...Read more

Beijing will host 2019 IFBB Championship

Beijing will host 2019 IFBB Championship
IFBB has partnered with Chinese bodybuilding association and fitness CBBA to host the 2019 IFBB championship at Beijing. The Chinese Bodybuilding association is known to be a highly trusted name when it comes to organizing events and competitions of this level. Recommended Post ...Read more

Coat of Proteins Makes Viruses More Infectious

Coat of Proteins Makes Viruses More Infectious
New research from Stockholm University and Karolinska Institutet shows that viruses interact with proteins in the biological fluids of their host which results in a layer of proteins on the viral surface. This coat of proteins makes the virus more infectious and facilitates the formation of plaques characteristic of neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's disease. Are viruses dead or alive? Well... both. Viruses can only reproduce inside living cells and exploit the cellular machinery… ...Read more

Health Works Collective

Health Works Collective
https://www.healthworkscollective.com News & Analysis on Healthcare, Policy, Marketing Global Health Thu, 23 May 2019 21:05:52 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.2.1 129230869 Key Helpful Ideas To Protect Your Eyes From Pollution https://www.healthworkscollective.com/key-helpful-ideas-to-protect-your-eyes-from-pollution/ Thu, 23 May 2019 21:05:52 +0000 https://www.healthworkscollective.com/?p=59498   Human eyes need special protection fro… ...Read more

Fatty liver? Detox your liver with these amazing juices

Fatty liver? Detox your liver with these amazing juices
Many foods and juices can help in cleansing the liver and remove toxins out of your body. Try these amazing home remedies that work best on fatty liver. As you know liver is the second largest organ in your body, after the skin and also known as the master of detoxification. Incredibly, the liver is the only internal organ in the human body that can recover. What many don't know is that with even only 25 percent of liver tissue left, the liver can recover and re-grow to its total size. Furth… ...Read more

Want Straight Hair Naturally? Try these 5 home remedies

Want Straight Hair Naturally? Try these 5 home remedies
Every girl wishes to have straight hair. Are you tired of using expensive hair care products? Know these easy home remedies for straight hair naturally. Naturally straight hair is a great blessing and every girl wishes to have them. But a very few are blessed with glossy, smooth and straight hair. Are you done with trying those expensive hair care products and still struggling for straight hair? In order to get silky, smooth, straight hair you choose salon treatment as an option but do you know … ...Read more

WHO Opioid Guidelines Too Lax: U.S. Lawmakers

WHO Opioid Guidelines Too Lax: U.S. Lawmakers
FRIDAY, May 24, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- The World Health Organization's pain care guidelines contain false claims about the safety of prescription opioid painkillers and should be withdrawn, two U.S. lawmakers say. Latest Chronic Pain News The United States is struggling with an opioid crisis and the WHO guidelines could result in the same type of situation in other countries, according to U.S. Reps. Katherine Clark, a Massachusetts Democrat, and Hal Rogers, a Kentucky Republican, the Associ… ...Read more

AHA News: Mouth Bacteria Found in Stroke Patients' Brains

AHA News: Mouth Bacteria Found in Stroke Patients' Brains
Latest Heart News THURSDAY, May 23, 2019 (American Heart Association News) -- Bacteria commonly seen in the mouth has been found in the brains of people who have had a stroke, a new study shows. The Finnish research group behind the new findings has been studying a possible association between bacterial infections and cardiovascular disease for more than 10 years. Their study, published May 23 in the Journal of the American Heart Association , looked for signs of bacteria in blood clots removed fr… ...Read more

Open Communication Helps Teens Manage Type 1 Diabetes

Open Communication Helps Teens Manage Type 1 Diabetes
By Serena Gordon HealthDay Reporter Latest Diabetes News THURSDAY, May 23, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- It's a simple concept, but new research reinforces the idea: Teens with type 1 diabetes benefit when they feel their concerns have been heard. Teens with type 1 diabetes may experience anger, frustration and anxiety if they haven't met their treatment goals. Their parents and health care providers may also feel frustrated and may blame the teen. But the new study suggests that interventions d… ...Read more

2 in 3 Adults Who Use E-Cigs Want to Stop

2 in 3 Adults Who Use E-Cigs Want to Stop
Latest Lungs News THURSDAY, May 23, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- Nearly two-thirds of American adults who use electronic cigarettes want to quit using the devices, a new study finds. About 10 million adults use e-cigarettes, but this examination of data from a representative sample of those users found that more than 60% said they want to quit using the devices, and 16% said they planned to quit in the next month. ...Read more

Burn Calories at Your Desk with These 6 Chair Exercises

Burn Calories at Your Desk with These 6 Chair Exercises
Get a mini-workout right at your workplace while sitting on your chair with these simple chair exercises. It is everyone's dream to have a toned body. However, hectic work schedules and a sedentary lifestyle are some of the major roadblocks in one's fitness journey. Who says one needs a gym to bust those extra calories? Your very own chair at your workplace can be a great way to kick-start your fitness journey. With a fixed 9-6 job schedule and very little time for self, it is essential … ...Read more

This Is the Most Dangerous Time of Year to Drive

This Is the Most Dangerous Time of Year to Drive
It's not because of bad weather. Kichigin/Shutterstock Driving is an inherently dangerous activity all year round, of course, which is why you should never do these 13 things while you drive. But there is a certain time of year, a span of approximately 100 days, when car accidents and resulting injuries are at their highest on average. ...Read more

“If I Was” vs. “If I Were”: Which One Is Correct?

“If I Was” vs. “If I Were”: Which One Is Correct?
This grammar rule may seem complicated at first, but if you remember this simple trick, you'll always be right! Nicole Fornabaio/rd.com No one ever said grammar was easy. If it were, there wouldn't be a need to explain the 20 most confusing grammar rules. Or should we have said, "if it was easy"? ...Read more

How to Make Cookies Without Baking Soda

How to Make Cookies Without Baking Soda
Fresh out of some essential baking ingredients? We'll teach you how to make fluffy, tender cookies without baking soda. David Franklin/Shutterstock You want to make a batch of chewy cookies. The eggs and butter are at room temperature. You bought our sister site Taste of Home 's Test Kitchen-recommended brand of chocolate chips. But when you reach into the pantry, you're missing one key ingredient. ...Read more

How to Get Rid of Scars, According to Dermatologists

How to Get Rid of Scars, According to Dermatologists
4 / 9 WEERACHAT/shutterstock New hope for keloids "Keloid scars have been historically hard to treat," says Dhaval Bhanusali , MD, a New York City-based dermatologist. But, thanks to ever-evolving technology, Dr. Bhanusali has found an effective answer to the question "how to get rid of scars?" "For raised burn scars and keloids, my favourite laser is Sciton's Pro Fractional Erbium laser," he says. However, the downtime for this type of treatment can be up to two we… ...Read more

23 Flavoured Water Recipes That Are Beyond Refreshing

23 Flavoured Water Recipes That Are Beyond Refreshing
13 / 23 Apple and Ginger Infused Water Tart and spicy, this infused water is like fall in a glass. Ingredients: ...Read more

The Most Convenient Beauty Products to Stash in Your Gym Bag

The Most Convenient Beauty Products to Stash in Your Gym Bag
Expert advice on what to use pre- and post-workout for your healthiest skin and hair. 1 / 10 Photo Credit: Shutterstock Gym dandy Dashing off to your sweat sesh without removing your makeup first can seem like NBD, but it doesn't set your skin up skin for success. "It's a sure-fire way to clog your pores, which can lead to breakouts," says Heather MacKay, senior manager of spa services at Elmwood Spa in Toronto. It's all due to what's happening behind the scenes. "With… ...Read more

20 Age Quotes That Will Make You Feel Like the Best Is Yet to Come

20 Age Quotes That Will Make You Feel Like the Best Is Yet to  Come
Dolly Parton "I will never retire unless I have to. As long as I'm able to get up in the morning, get that makeup on and my high heels on, and even if I can't wear high heels, I'm going to do like Mae West, I'm going to sit in a wheelchair with my high heels on." ...Read more

'Dance Moms' Star Abby Lee Miller Just Revealed She's Officially Cancer Free

'Dance Moms' Star Abby Lee Miller Just Revealed  She's Officially Cancer Free
Paul Archuleta Getty Images Abby Lee Miller announced she is cancer free in a new interview. After being diagnosed with Burkitt lymphoma in April 2018, Abby has undergone 10 rounds of chemo and multiple emergency surgeries. Abby returns to Dance Moms for season eight in June. After more than a year of fighting for her life, Abby Lee Miller is finally cancer free. The Dance Moms star, 53, shared the good news with People in an interview promoting the new season of her hit Lifetime show. "The canc… ...Read more

Exfoliating Your Scalp May Be the Secret to Healthier Hair

Exfoliating Your Scalp May Be the Secret to Healthier Hair
There are some basics of hair care that pretty much everyone follows—namely, that you should be shampooing and conditioning regularly. But things like dandruff, irritation, thinning hair, and excess oil can crop up, and that's when your standard shower routine isn't going to cut it. That's where scalp exfoliation comes in. Think about it: When you exfoliate your face, your skin looks and feels cleaner, smoother, and healthier. Exfoliating benefits your scalp in a similar way and help… ...Read more

10 Completely Natural Ways to Get Rid of Bad Breath

10 Completely Natural Ways to Get Rid of Bad Breath
Getty Images Everyone worries about bad breath from time to time, especially after a garlicky meal or a cup of coffee. In fact, according to the Harvard Health blog, approximately one-third of people say bad breath is sometimes a problem. It's also one of the top reasons people go to a dentist. What causes bad breath? ...Read more

How to Love Your Frizzy Hair

How to Love Your Frizzy Hair
Summer should be spent enjoying easy, breezy days at the beach, not fussing over fried, fuzzy hair. The reality: Fighting a losing battle against frizz is common, because Mother Nature has the upper hand on humid days. But it's important to recognize another common culprit: hair damage. Hot tools, hair brushing, and chemical treatments can all harm the outer layer of your strands, a.k.a. the cuticle. Heat raises the cuticle, allowing moisture to enter and swell the strand, creating frizz (pi… ...Read more

Hone Eating Habits to Reverse Lifestyle Diseases

Hone Eating Habits to Reverse Lifestyle Diseases
Lifestyle diseases dramatically depend upon the diet intake of an individual Many year ago during a self-help session that I attended, the guide conducting the program proclaimed that he had not been ill  for a single day for almost a decade, not even a common cold or headache. Extremely intriguing that someone could lead a disease free life. They also claim that it is possible to even reverse lifestyle diseases just through right eating. Hone eating instincts ...Read more