A new study published in the February issue of the journal Menopause states that climbing stairs is just as effective as going to a gym or buying expensive gym equipment.
I’ve never liked exercising. There. I said it. One of the reasons why: I was bored. I wasn’t engaged enough, and even with a gym buddy it can be a task. It wasn’t until I got into my early 30s that I started liking exercise again— and why, you may ask? Tech.
It can happen almost instantly. First there’s a fever, accompanied by what appears to be pimples or an insect bite, then pain, and shortly after— you’re being whisked from an emergency room to intensive care— and the treatments can seem endless. Sometimes there’s surgery involved and the recovery can last months!
Many are still insisting that coconut oil is a healthy food, and that any warnings over it being unhealthy are unfounded. So, to show why the AHA arrived at this conclusion, we decided to take a closer look at coconut oil— and see why it’s now being touted as an unhealthy food.
Face yoga? There is such a thing? Not only is it a thing, but it is also being studied.
The opioid epidemic is one of the greatest crises that this country has ever faced. Every day, countless numbers of men and women die at a young age because of overdoses. This epidemic knows no age bracket, as people of all ages have fallen victim to this addiction. It is thought that 25 million United States residents have daily chronic pain and of that number, 2 million are addicted to opioids.
Our eyes take a beating daily. More so now than ever, we subject our eyes to blue light that is emitted from smartphones, tablets and laptops. Many of us don’t use sunglasses when we’re outside. Sometimes, we’re in front of our computers all day, or under fluorescent lights in our offices with little or no natural light exposure.
In Middlesex, New Jersey, there is a company that celebrated its 20th anniversary in business last year. That’s quite an achievement for any company, but this company is a little extra special. NutraBio is a company taking the supplement industry by storm!
A new study published by healthybabycereals.org shows that the amount of arsenic contained in rice is staggering, and way above the health limit. While this study was centered around baby cereals— and nearly 105 baby cereals were surveyed – it does point out a very alarming fact.
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