Bad breath is something that only a close acquaintance might be able to tell you about, but it’s better to know that not. In fact, bad breath otherwise referred to halitosis, is a condition which affects several people all over the world.
Many factors may hinder you in getting a good sleep, and this includes external cues such as your bedroom environment. For example, a lumpy mattress, smelly sheets, and dusty surroundings are the primary culprits in keeping you up all night. Therefore, it is crucial that you make your room the most pleasant and comfortable environment that helps you get the much-needed sleep.
(Family Features) With overscheduled days full of early-morning conference calls and endless to-do lists, it’s impossible to avoid the stress that comes with working hard. Hand-in-hand with all that pressure, a lack of quality sleep can lead to aches and pains, stiffness, sore muscles, tingling or numbness in your extremities, general fatigue, as well as an increased risk of getting sick.
The one thing that distinguishes a winner from a group of losers is self-control and self-discipline in making and keeping hard decisions. It requires internally-driven incentives because when adversity comes, often discipline evaporates and it becomes harder to maintain. By “adversity,” it refers to anything that causes distraction and discomfort.
Zika is getting most of the attention, but you and your children are more likely to contract Lyme disease if your family spends a lot of time outside — or lives in a subdivision carved out of land that once was a forest.
According to the Skin Cancer Foundation, it is estimated 76,380 new cases of severe melanoma will be diagnosed in the U.S. this year- of those diagnoses an estimated 10,130 people will die from skin cancer.
Are the “health foods” you’re buying actually healthy for you? If you’re buying these eight foods consistently with a goal of boosting your health, it might be time to rethink your visit to the grocery store.