Don your costumes and get ready to collect candy! Health experts have given the go ahead to trick-or-treat this season.
If your hands are always cold, even when the weather is warm and the A/C is off, your body may be trying to tell you something is wrong.
The LGBTQIA+ community experiences alarmingly high rates of mental health challenges. Learn about the available resources here.
Present in a wide variety of foods, manganese helps form connective tissue, bones, sex hormones, and exhibits other health benefits.
You’ve likely heard a lot of misinformation exists about the COVID-19 vaccines. This article aims to debunk the myths about them.
Healthy eating doesn’t describe one cuisine or culture. There is more than one way to eat a healthy diet, so include various cultural foods.
Is it even possible to be healthy during the holidays? As impossible as this task seems, you can manage your health with proper balance.
Diet, exercise, and sleep all contribute to a healthy body, but you also have to address the space where you spend time: your home.
Can eating dark chocolate benefit your health? According to researchers, it may boost brain power, eyesight, improve circulation, and more!
Do you find it difficult to pack a healthy lunch? No problem! These healthy lunches are fresh, tasty, and made with just 3 ingredients.
Got up to pee and now you’re laying awake? Stop staring at the clock and try these helpful hacks to fall back asleep.
What’s the secret to relieving an itchy scalp? Could the answer be in your kitchen? Learn about helpful home remedies for scalp psoriasis.
The air gets chillier and the leaves change color, but how do you maintain mental health? These self-care practices are perfect for fall.
Heat exhaustion is an all-too-common occurrence during the summer. Learn how you can avoid it with these helpful tips.
Bring a little light back into your life after the holidays are over. Here are several tips to help lift you out of your post-holiday blues.
Is a life without sugar one that you want to live? No, but chronically overdoing the sweet stuff comes with certain consequences.
Your skin suffers in the winter, especially when you have eczema. Try this wintertime tips to help prevent dryness and flare-ups.
Massage guns are the newest trend in recovery. Use them properly and you can experience reduced pain and improved performance.
Mushrooms may help support your immunity, promote gut health, and keep your brain sharp. Learn more about their potential health benefits.
Nobody is perfect and everyone makes mistakes, yet it’s so hard to forgive yourself and move forward. Hopefully, these tips help you do that.
Giving up alcohol for the first month of the year can be tough, but ultimately worth it. Here’s how you can have a Dry January.
The skin is the body’s largest organ and the skin barrier protects it from free radicals. Here’s how to protect it from external damage.
Do you lay awake in bed with a racing mind? Learn about helpful techniques that will help you shut off your brain when bedtime arrives.
Learn a couple easy ways to check and maintain pelvic floor strength. Changes in strength may lead to unwanted side effects or general pain.
After getting the COVID-19 vaccine, there are certain things you should and should not do. This article explains what not to do.
Certain foods can irritate the GI tract and cause diarrhea, cramps, or abdominal pain. Learn what to avoid if you have Crohn’s disease.
The respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is quite common in children, and can be serious in babies. Here’s what every parent should know.
COVID-19 symptoms can last for months in certain people, damaging the lungs, heart, and brain. Learn all about the effects of long COVID.
Air fryers are trendy kitchen appliances, but they can’t cook everything. We share the top foods that you shouldn’t cook in an air fryer.
Listening to the sounds of nature may boost your mood, decrease stress, and even lessen pain, according to new data.
Simone Biles’ decision to withdraw after her vault performance in the women’s all-around final at the Tokyo Games shows that health is gold.
Is it better to sleep on your right side or your left side? Research indicates that sleeping on your left side benefits your overall health.
You drag through the evening and can’t wait to crawl into bed and fall asleep, but when you do you no longer feel sleepy. Here’s why.
When you’re feeling overwhelmed and stressed, the body overproduces cortisol, which is the stress hormone that makes you eat unhealthy foods.
Talcum powder exists in many products in the cosmetic industry, but regular use may increase the risk of serious health conditions.
Are you making one of the most common mistakes when you blend up green smoothies? Here’s why you need to rotate your greens.
Keeping your fascia healthy can help you improve both symmetry and alignment. Learn about the other health benefits it offers.
Gentle exercises and movements can help relieve the pain of a herniated disk. They may also improve spinal flexibility and mobility.
If you sit in a chair for eight hours a day, your hips can become tight and achy. Relieve pain with these stretches you can do in a chair.