Health

How to Start Eating Healthy

Eating healthy is not as hard as it seems. It can actually be pretty easy if you choose to do small things every day. If you are sticking to these little things, they will add up to be big things over time. Here are some easy tips to help you start eating healthy. Choose Whole Foods. Whole foods are those like your fruits and veggies. You should choose these over your instant noodles and frozen fo...[Read More]

Why Should Date Night be on the Calendar for Couples?

Date night is very important for all couples. It doesn’t matter if the you guys have been dating for a few years or if you guys have been married for a few years, the same still stands: Get out the two of you, and only the two of you, and have a good time together! I know, it sounds lame. Like, why would you need or want to have date night so often? Is it because I’m telling you it should be on th...[Read More]

How To Show You’re Interested With Your Body Language

This amazing person is sitting across the room, looking like a million bucks. You keep glancing in their direction. While women have about 52 ways to show they’re interested, you have around 10. But, what are those ways? How do you show you’re interested? There are many ways, here are 12 of them. Many of these are automatic gestures, but you can use them deliberately to ensure your message is bein...[Read More]

Postpartum Depression in Men

When most people think of postpartum depression, they usually think of the sadness, hopelessness, and difficulty with childcare that mothers sometimes experience soon after giving birth.  It is usually caused by changes in hormone levels associated with pregnancy.  However, research show that men can also experience depression soon after becoming a parent. Recent studies shows that 8-13% of men ca...[Read More]

Healthy Aging – 4 Health Trends Among The Elderly

There are currently close to fifty million people in the United States who are 65 years old and over. Of these, close to 22 million are male. Of the remaining twenty-seven million women, 27% of those aged 65 to 74 years live alone and the percentage goes higher in older age groups. The elderly population in the US are facing new challenges and opportunities their counterparts in previous generatio...[Read More]

How to Stay Healthy During Flu Season

Flu season is upon us. The flu is easily one of the most suborn and hardest to destroy diseases in recorded human history. Although not deadly by any means, it has plagued the human race despite every effort to cure it. However, though we don’t have a means of eliminating it, we do have the means by which to deal with it, and to circumvent it when flu season comes around. Society and health has co...[Read More]

Naturally Dealing with Stress

Everyone is consumed by stress at least one time (or a hundred times) in his or her lives. Let’s admit it, stress sucks. There is literally nothing good about it. It brings us down. It targets are mental and physical. Okay, so stress can technically be good. It is a motivator. For example, when we’re stressed out right before an exam, or when we’re stressed out right before a huge company meeting,...[Read More]

4 Ways To Supercharge Sperm Production Naturally

Male infertility is a condition which prevents a man from being able to impregnate a woman. More specifically, it is defined as the inability of a man to get his partner pregnant, even when they have been trying to conceive for a year and have not been using contraceptives. It’s been reported that fifteen percent of couples who are trying to conceive fail to do so after the first year. Male ...[Read More]

5 Disturbing Facts You Should Know About Cirrhosis

In 2015, chronic liver disease and cirrhosis were ranked as the tenth leading cause of death for American males. This leading cause of death was unique for the male population as it was not part of the top ten list for American women. Cirrhosis is a chronic or long-term liver disease. When scar tissue replaces your normal liver tissue and prevents your liver from functioning as it should, the cond...[Read More]

5 Steps To Better Mental Health

“I suck.” That may be the refrain running through your head, everyday, but you’re not exactly sure when this phrase started looping through your head, and you can’t figure out how to get it to go away. Sometimes, you can trace it back to childhood, but usually this voice starts in your early teens or adulthood. Many times, the little voice in your head says way worse stuff than “...[Read More]

How Your Sedentary Lifestyle Is Killing You

Have you heard of the latest? Facts and studies combined suggest that sitting is the new smoking. In the earlier years, sitting is regarded as harmless. But sitting in the present times has a different connotation. With the advent of technology, most people tend to spend more time sitting on their computers or using other electronic devices. Everything can be done and accomplished with a click of ...[Read More]

Borderline Diabetes-the Signs to Look Out for and How to Avoid Them

Diabetes is an enormous problem in the United States, if you don’t suffer from the disease yourself, the chances are that someone you know does. It is estimated that almost 30 million Americans alone suffer from diabetes, a disease that was once only seen in the elderly population. Today however the disease is so wide spread that it even has a significant impact on our children, as diabetes ...[Read More]

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