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A Guide to Lactobacillus Gasseri

Originally posted on   Bacteria is typically something people try to steer clear of. However, you may be surprised to know that there are millions, maybe even trillions, of... More>>

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Turmeric Curcumin for Migraines

Originally posted on   Headaches are one of the ways of the body tells us we’re not giving it enough care and attention. This dull ache or tension in the... More>>

Best CBD Oil Brands – Our Top Picks for 2019

Originally Posted On: Can I Buy CBD Oil Online? CBD oil products can be purchased online by residents of all 50 U.S. states and most other countries. But with so many companies now... More>>

The Cost of Addiction: 5 Long Term Effects of Heroin Use

Originally posted on   You need only to look at the statistics of heroin addiction to see a heartbreaking epidemic. 9.2... More>>

Look out for Your Loved Ones: 4 Serious Warning Signs of Heroin Use

Originally posted on   Heroin addiction is like cancer: It’s a horrible nightmare for an entire family, and you never... More>>

CBD Edibles vs. THC Edibles: What’s the Difference?

Originally posted on: CBD edibles are the new thing, and they are moving way past pot brownies. CBD edibles have taken the market by storm and are only estimated to grow in popularity... More>>

Can Topical CBD Help Arthritis?

Originally posted on   Arthritis is one of the leading causes of pain and disability in the United States. Conservative estimates of the disease puts... More>>

The Benefits Of Marine Collagen For Aging Skin

Originally posted on   The skincare market today is flooded with products. Some that claim to make your skin smooth and glowy, others promising that your... More>>

What Is Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease?

Originally posted on   Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, or COPD It is a progressive lung disease that makes it hard to breathe. COPD... More>>

Associations between Education and Low Blood Pressure Symptoms

Originally posted on   A long-term study conducted with 3890 participants from the Framing Offspring Study set out to determine if blood... More>>

What is Diabetes and What Causes It?

Originally posted on Diabetes affects approximately 29 million American and 8 million of that total are unaware that they have this disease. Diabetes is a group of... More>>

Counting Sheep Not Working? 7 Sleep Apnea Treatments to Know About

Originally posted on   Suffering from sleep apnea? You’re not alone around 22 million Americans are suffering from... More>>

9 Bathroom Safety Tips That’ll Reduce Bathroom Hazards

Originally posted on   Did you know that the bathroom is one of the most dangerous parts of the home, second only to the stairs and kitchen? It... More>>

Talking About Chronic Illness: What Loved Ones Need to Know

One of the reasons April Christina became an advocate for women with endometriosis is that she knows firsthand how difficult it can be to talk about living with a chronic illness. “There are very vulnerable and transparent... More>>

5 Full Meals You Can Make on a Single Sheet Pan

If you hate doing dishes, or simply don’t like standing hunched over a stove stirring and tossing, sheet pan meals can be a real revolution in the kitchen. Essentially, a sheet pan meal is when you can take all the... More>>

Eating Too Fast? 5 Silly Tricks to Help You Slowwww Down

Ever look down at your empty plate and realize only four minutes have passed since you sat down with those tacos? Even worse, it happened so fast that you barely remember eating them. More>>

The Complete Guide to Knee walkers and Knee Scooters

Originally posted on   What are knee walkers? Knee walkers have become a popular mobility choice for a good reason. They are a... More>>

Domestic Violence Awareness Month: The Moments That Make a Movement

Originally posted on   In 1989, the U.S. Congress designated October as National Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM) and declared the first Monday... More>>

Dealing with Shoulder Pain After Surgery

Originally posted on   The American Orthopedic Society for Sports Medicine reports that 1.4 million shoulder arthroscopies occur... More>>

How to Properly Measure CBD Oil

Originally posted on   CBD oil is said to have a myriad of health benefits, and can be used to relieve anxiety and stress, quell muscle pain and joint... More>>

Insulin + PCOS: What Women Need to Know About the Link

Polycystic ovary syndrome, better known as PCOS, may be best known as a reproductive problem that can result in missed periods and elevated levels of androgen, a “male” hormone. For most people who have PCOS, one of the... More>>

4 Ways Your Ovaries Help Keep Your Whole Body Healthy

When you think of your ovaries, you most likely think of pregnancy and periods. These are definitely their most famous roles—they are reproductive organs, after all. However, your ovaries affect your health in more ways... More>>

7 Salads for People Who Say They Don’t Like Salad

There are people who L-O-V-E salad and willingly have it as their main dish multiple times a week. There are people who don’t mind salad and try to include a simple side salad with their main dish every once in a while.... More>>

5 Life-Changing Benefits of a Drug Rehab

Originally posted on   The drug addicts struggling with drug or alcohol addiction usually feel ashamed when looking for a rehab clinic. But... More>>

Patient Assistance Programs to Help You

Originally posted on   Even if you have insurance that includes prescription drug assistance, you may still have to deal with deductibles, copayments, coinsurance... More>>

Does Potency Matter for CBD Oil?

Originally posted on   The CBD oil market is booming, with some market analysts predicting the industry could be worth upwards of $20 billion by 2024.... More>>

The Long Term Effects of Adderall

Originally posted on   Adderall is a somewhat controversial drug that has come under scrutiny in recent years. A growing number of people are... More>>

Red Ribbon Week Drug Prevention Awareness Campaign

Originally posted on   Red Ribbon Week is held every year from October 23 to 31 an essential and far-reaching awareness campaign throughout... More>>

National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day for a Safe Home and Community

Originally posted on   National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day is recognized twice a year on the last Saturday in April and October. The next... More>>

Dealing with Anxiety

Originally posted on   Dealing with anxiety is difficult. Dealing with anxiety and depression at the same time proves more complex. Perhaps... More>>

Reconstructive Surgery for Breast Cancer: What a Surgeon Wants You to Know

Whether or not a woman chooses to reconstruct her breast(s) during or after breast cancer surgery is 100% a personal decision. Some women may see the absence of a breast or a difference in the look of their breasts as a... More>>

Mental Health After Hurricane Maria: Implications for the Climate Crisis

It’s already well known that natural disasters like hurricanes and wildfires can cause trauma. The combination of losing loved ones, homes, possessions, and a general sense of stability can result in sadness, hopelessness,... More>>

Raising a Child with ADHD: 5 Important Parenting Strategies

Behavioral parent training programs, which are often part of a multimodal treatment approach for children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) have been used for many years and have been found to be very... More>>

Why Your Kid’s Appointments May Start with a Suicide Screening

If you’re taking your 11-year-old son to the emergency room after they hurt their ankle during a baseball game, you might be surprised to hear the doctor ask if he has ever had thoughts of suicide. While the question might... More>>

Live Well with Multiple Sclerosis: 5 Healthy Lifestyle Tweaks Video included

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is not a curable condition, but it’s a manageable one. With the right MS treatment and lifestyle habits, people with MS can change or slow the course of the disease, manage symptoms, treat MS... More>>

Colorectal Cancer, Explained in Under Two MInutes Video included

Colorectal cancer may not get as much attention as lung cancer or breast cancer, but it’s actually the third most common type of cancer in both men and women, according to the American Cancer Society. Thankfully, a recent... More>>

6 Big Mistakes That increase the Risk of Carbon Monoxide Exposure Video included

Carbon monoxide can be deadly to humans and animals—and to make it worse, it has no color or odor to tip you off. On average, over 10,000 people per year are hospitalized from carbon monoxide exposure, and over 430 people... More>>

The Main Types of Psoriatic Arthritis + How They Affect the Body Video included

Psoriatic arthritis, or PsA, is an inflammatory type of arthritis, which sets it apart from the more traditional and well-known osteoarthritis. PsA is a chronic and autoimmune disease, meaning it’s caused by an overactive... More>>

Master Your Medicine: 3 Ways Your Doctor Can Lower Your Medication Cost Video included

Following a treatment plan prescribed by your doctor is undoubtedly important. It gives you the best opportunity to manage your condition and maintain the best possible health for yourself. But what do you do if you can’t... More>>

The Importance of Rehabilitation During Head and Neck Cancer Treatment Video included

The goals of head and neck cancer treatment are to control the disease and to help the patient return to normal activities as soon as possible after treatment. An important part of treating head and neck cancer is... More>>

How Eric Adams Is Advocating for Plant-Based Diets in Brooklyn Video included

It’s not unheard of for a politician to promote healthier lifestyles for their constituents, but perhaps no city leader does this with quite as much passion and urgency as Eric Adams, the Borough President of Brooklyn, NY.... More>>

Why Exercise Is Essential for Treating and Preventing Osteoporosis Video included

If you’ve been diagnosed with osteoporosis, adding exercise to your treatment regimen may seem a little daunting—and counterintuitive. You may be thinking: If my bones are fragile, shouldn’t I be *avoiding* physical activity?


What's Palliative Care? Key Facts Patients and Caregivers Should Know Video included

Getting diagnosed with a serious illness affects more than a person’s physical health. It can touch multiple areas of their life, including their emotional well-being, finances, and social and spiritual life. A patient’s... More>>

6 rules to make your daily coffee healthier

For about five calories a cup, black coffee is a great option if you’re gulping down four cups a day. But let’s be real: How many people really prefer their coffee black?


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