Health & Fitness

Can bunion correctors fix bunions on the foot?
By Craig Payne · 4 weeks ago
Bunions are a common problem of the great toe joint in the feet that happen to be caused by a combination of a genetic foot type and using shoes which forces on the great toe ...
What can cause burning feet
By Craig Payne · 1 month ago
Burning feet are a common issue and hard to get to the bottom of and difficult to cope with as it could commonly not be clear why you have the symptoms. The burning feet syndrome ...
What isa glaucoma
By Craig Payne · 1 month ago
Glaucoma is a common disease of the eyes, which can cause serious damage if it is not diagnosed early. It is a condition in which the normal intra-ocular pressure in the eye is higher. Normally ...
How Oral Health Problems Can Affect Your Lungs
By Talon Davis · 1 month ago
Oral health is much more important than many people realize. Conditions like gum disease don’t just put the teeth at risk; they’re also linked to a variety of health problems. It’s no exaggeration to say ...
Teens Anxious About Taking the Mask Off at School
By Arastou Aminzadeh · 5 days ago
With mask mandates dropping across the country, it may come as a surprise that not everyone is excited about going maskless. Some teens, in fact, are experiencing anxiety over the idea of going to school ...
Have you tried a bunion corrector?
By Craig Payne · 1 month ago
Bunions really are a very common problem with the foot, particularly in women. They are an enlargement with the bone at the great toe joint in the foot and they are commonly associated with a ...
How to choose running shoes?
By Craig Payne · 1 month ago
Athletic shoes can be found in a multitude of different designs that are not just unique depending on the coloring. They could have different levels of padding, unique amount of heel raise and various degrees ...
Micro-Needling for Natural Beauty
By Dr Bret Ellington, Lac · 6 days ago
There’s a reason why so many people are turning to micro-needling. The procedure uses tiny needles to create small channels in the skin, resulting in collagen and elastin production, which gives your face an overall ...
Why Endurance Athletes Should Spend Time in the Steady State Zone
By Rob Martin · 6 days ago
What’s a great way to increase my max sustainable power asks the gravel racer? Gravel and road cyclists need to be able to sustain a high power output for a long time, and one of ...
Scammers Prey on those with Mental Health Issues
By Chris Wick · 1 week ago
People who disclose mental health problems are becoming heroes in today’s culture. Major news outlets have been relentless in perpetuating the notion that “extreme right-wing organizations are urging violence…” in the midst of the Government ...
Seminal Vesiculitis Back and Forth? How to Solve It?
By Walter Hu · 1 week ago
Understanding why seminal vesiculitis is challenging to cure can help patients treat them scientifically. Causes of seminal vesiculitis back and forth: 1. The patient thinks seminal vesiculitis is a minor problem and misses the best ...
Hewlett-Packard Enter the Foot Orthotic Market
By Craig Payne · 1 month ago
Hewlett-Packard are definitely more renowned as being a computer and also printer business that has also been more recently been manufacturing printers for the 3-d market. These 3d printers are increasingly being commonly used inside ...
What Are Heroin Withdrawal Symptoms?
By Patty Bell · 2 weeks ago
Freeing oneself from the grip of heroin addiction is a difficult decision to make, especially when considering the necessary detox and withdrawal steps. Being familiar with the unpleasant effects of withdrawal on a daily basis, ...
What is the Active Recovery Zone
By Rob Martin · 2 weeks ago
Training today can be confusing with all the different information out there. Let’s talk about the Active Recovery Zone and whether it’s important or not. This zone’s intensity level is exactly what it's titled, you ...
Understanding the Importance of Base Endurance Training for Endurance Athletes
By Rob Martin · 2 weeks ago
When it comes to endurance sports and athletes, one of the most common questions I get is how can I get better? How can I get faster? For all beginners, the best thing you can ...
NEED TO COOK WITH CANNABIS? READ THIS FIRST…
By Jazmine "Chef Jazz" Moore · 2 weeks ago
I don’t think I need to tell you that cooking with cannabis can seem like a pretty complex process. There are so many moving parts that it can all get fairly overwhelming. You probably have ...
Pros and Cons of the Ketogenic Diet
By John Brif · 2 weeks ago
Like any kind of health-promoting diet plan around, the keto diet plan has negative aspects and also benefits depending upon the individual utilizing it. This includes their present wellness standing as well as whether they ...
Living with Alzheimer's Disease
By Craig Payne · 1 month ago
Alzheimer’s disease is considered the most common cause of dementia in the elderly with the risk of developing it doubling each and every 10 years after age of 65. This is a unpleasant and unremitting ...
Is Meditation Like Exercise for the Mind?
By Amy Sarow · 1 month ago
Just as we know that exercise is good for our physical health, many people are beginning to realize that meditation is good for our mental health. Just like regular exercise can help keep our body ...
The Road to Recovery: An Addiction and Substance Abuse Treatment Plan That Works
By Dotson Alston · 3 weeks ago
You've been struggling with addiction and substance abuse for way too long. You've tried to quit on your own, but you always seem to relapse. Maybe it's time to try something new. The road to ...