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.
The American Heart Association (AHA) has issued new guidelines for blood pressure. With these new guidelines, it is estimated that the amount of people now having elevated, or high blood pressure (hypertension stage 1) will increase from 73 million to 103 million.
Alex Silver-Fagan, an ACE-certified personal trainer, group fitness instructor, 200-hour certified yoga instructor and sponsored athlete on TEAM Bodybuilding.com— is trying to show women of all ages that working out is not hard— if you take a specific methodology to it.
A new study done at the NICM (National Institute of Complementary Medicine) at the School of Science and Health at the University of Western Sydney, Australia shows that exercise can help to increase your brain size and improve your brain’s function.
Everyone wants fast, convenient results without putting in the time and effort. They think that somewhere, there must be some secret formula that allows people to shortcut science and allows them to … well … cheat.
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