Stress is a common part of anyone’s life, and individuals have long sought natural remedies to alleviate it. Surveys have shown that Americans are turning to plant-based diets for reasons such as improving overall well-being and mood, and with good reason. Many fruits and vegetables contain specific wellness-boosting properties, with the cream of the crop […]
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Allergy season is causing congestion, coughing, itchy eyes and other classic symptoms for people across the country. However, this year brings new concerns as COVID-19 has dramatically impacted everyone’s lives, and people with asthma and allergies have many questions. “With the coronavirus pandemic coinciding with allergy season, many people with asthma and allergies have questions […]
Two months of lockdown-living is beginning to take its toll on our mental health, so it’s important to know where to get help as well as what you can do for yourself . . .
Here are 4 simple tips to help connect you with family and friends if you’re finding it difficult to keep in touch during the lockdown living nightmare . . .
Making changes to improve your health can feel overwhelming. But just a few simple modifications can impact your health dramatically. Here are three easy changes you can make now to transform your health: Eat your water Are you thirsty? Up to 75 percent of Americans may be functioning in a chronic state of dehydration. This […]
Maybe you know someone who stands by taking five minutes each morning to meditate or finds time after lunch to quiet his or her mind and focus on breathing. Whatever the method may be, incorporating “mindfulness” practices into your life can have a wide range of positive health benefits like improving your memory, sleep and […]
Every year, more than 50 million Americans suffer from allergies, and as pollen production grows in intensity and duration due to longer freeze-free periods, that number is only expected to rise . . .
After years of decline, since 2012 deaths from cardiovascular diseases, such as heart attack and stroke, have been rising dramatically . . .