For a change, how about some Positive News.
When the coronavirus crisis firmly took hold in the U.S. in early March, eating habits changed dramatically. For many, cooking meals every day was a whole new experience as they navigated recipes and their pantries. Others reveled in creating elaborate family dinners and focusing on healthy nutrition. At least for a while.
Source: Mother Nature Network
Date posted: 26/05/2020
You may be wondering how physical therapy, which tends to require touching, stretching, manipulating, and putting pressure on someone’s joints and muscles, can take place via telemedicine, using a digital device such as a computer or smartphone. It’s a valid question, and something those in the industry have wondered about themselves.
Source: Everyday Health
Date posted: 24/05/2020
Here we have compiled a list of seven lifestyle changes to implement when you hit your 40s. Note that you can start to implement these changes at any time because the end goal is to keep your mind and body healthy. Let us discuss the life changes that will help you lead a better life in your 40s.
Source: Get Holistic Health
Date posted: 22/05/2020
While intelligence is a broad topic, there are no studies that suggest that speaking two languages actually makes you more intelligent. However, studies have shown that speaking two languages makes our brains work harder and uses more cognitive processes
Date posted: 20/05/2020
It’s a common misconception that skincare ingredients must be proven safe and effective before they’re allowed on the market. Even worse, the FDA doesn’t have the authority to ban skincare ingredients that show strong evidence of being dangerous or deadly.
Source: Wellness Mama
Date posted: 19/05/2020
Low bone density (osteoporosis), and its less serious form (osteopenia), affects more than 55% of men and women over the age of 50 in Canada and the U.S. Osteoporosis literally means “porous bones.” The disease usually goes unnoticed for many years until the person suffers a sudden bone fracture in the hips or vertebrae.
Source: Vitality Magazine
Date posted: 18/05/2020
The deadliest pandemic in the history of mankind, the Spanish flu infected a staggering 500 million people worldwide and claimed the lives of at least 50 million people. Now, in an important YouTube interview, an elderly survivor of the Spanish flu credits baking soda with saving her entire family.
Source: Natural Health 365
Date posted: 17/05/2020
Walnuts have long been hailed as a healthy diet staple, and it's clear to see why. This tree nut is a fantastic source of nutrients that can help lower your blood pressure, support brain health, benefit the digestive system and much more.
Source: Live Strong
Date posted: 15/05/2020
The cultivation of dates, the fruit of the date palm, began more than 5,000 years ago in regions of the Arabian Peninsular, Middle East, and North Africa. Dates have been praised from ancient times for their numerous health benefits in both religious texts and traditional medicine.
Source: Natural Society
Date posted: 13/05/2020
"Germs" while globally vilified as the cause of millions of deaths are also some of Nature's most effective, evidence-based immune boosters. How long can the Koch/Pasteur paradigm continue to dominate the global mainstream consciousness before the discoveries of the microbiome and New Biology are allowed a place?
Source: Green Med Info
Date posted: 13/05/2020
The whole world is strange right now, and self-care may not top your to-do list. It's easy to miss the warning signs of depression. And depression doesn't always feel the way you think it might. Could COVID-19 be making you depressed?
Source: Steady Health
Date posted: 12/05/2020
Everyone goes through bouts of increased sinus pressure from time to time, some more than the others. Your paranasal sinus system essentially comprises four pairs of sinuses located in different areas of the face.
Source: Top 10 Home Remedies
Date posted: 11/05/2020
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