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Do I Still Need to Wear Sunscreen in the Winter?

Do I Still Need to Wear Sunscreen in the Winter?

Sunscreen in the winter? – a question better suited for those who think about the warm, sunny days of summer with nostalgia. For the rest of us, it’s quite the oxymoron. After all, what does sunscreen have to do with the chilly days of winter, when the sun’s rays are devoid of their summery heat?

What You Should Do to Prevent Dry Skin

What You Should Do to Prevent Dry Skin

You might be worried that treating your dry skin will be complicated or that it will empty your wallet. Fortunately, taking care of your skin in winter doesn’t have to be expensive or confusing.

Get Your Taste and Smell Back! Which of These Hacks Really Work?

Get Your Taste and Smell Back! Which of These Hacks Really Work?

More than likely, you or a loved one has dealt with COVID-19. The virus comes with many different symptoms, but the most distinct and disorienting is the loss of taste and smell. And there’s no wonder why it’s so confusing! Many flavors and scents bring us joy, and our senses are designed to enjoy them to the fullest.

Understanding Migraines: The Myths

Understanding Migraines: The Myths

With migraines affecting over 100 million people worldwide, it’s almost certain that either you or someone you love struggles with the condition.

Drinking and Smoking while Young Could Age Your Heart

Drinking and Smoking while Young Could Age Your Heart

The teenage years are the threshold when we form our personalities for the future adult life. It is also the time for once-in-a-lifetime experiments, when we take a shot at all-known vices with a just-once mentality. Such endeavors, of course, are always risky, considering that most of our adult vices stem from our teenage years. “Just once” can quickly turn into “forever.”

Antibiotic Use May Now Be Linked to An Increase Risk of Colorectal Cancer - PART II

Antibiotic Use May Now Be Linked to An Increase Risk of Colorectal Cancer – PART II

Antibiotics have become an everyday part of the medical world. They are used to fight bacterial infections and have saved millions of lives worldwide since their discovery. If you’ve ever had a bacterial infection, you’re probably already pretty familiar with antibiotics. However, the prevalent overuse of antibiotics is leading to some serious unintended consequences.

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Highlighting the Importance of Recognizing Malnutrition

Malnutrition refers to energy and nutrient deficits, excesses or imbalances in a person’s diet. People who are either undernourished or overnourished suffer from malnutrition. Undernutrition results when not enough vital nutrients are taken or when they are eliminated faster than they can be supplied.

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Highlighting the Importance of Recognizing Malnutrition

Malnutrition refers to energy and nutrient deficits, excesses or imbalances in a person’s diet. People who are either undernourished or overnourished suffer from malnutrition. Undernutrition results when not enough vital nutrients are taken or when they are eliminated faster than they can be supplied.

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Highlighting the Importance of Recognizing Malnutrition

Malnutrition refers to energy and nutrient deficits, excesses or imbalances in a person’s diet. People who are either undernourished or overnourished suffer from malnutrition. Undernutrition results when not enough vital nutrients are taken or when they are eliminated faster than they can be supplied.

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Highlighting the Importance of Recognizing Malnutrition

Malnutrition refers to energy and nutrient deficits, excesses or imbalances in a person’s diet. People who are either undernourished or overnourished suffer from malnutrition. Undernutrition results when not enough vital nutrients are taken or when they are eliminated faster than they can be supplied.

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The Telehealth Medical Cart That is Revitalizing the Dental Industry

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Filling Multiple Roles for One Goal: An Interview with Dr. Beau Daniels, DC

Dr. Beau Daniels, DC, is one of those people. He wears multiple hats in the medical and sports arenas, integrating them all in a way that fills the holes he sees in the healthcare system for athletes. His tireless efforts are spearheading the way to a complete health system for both athletes and weekend warriors.

Let’s Look into the ‘Food as Medicine’ Trend

We often think about our muscles’ straining and our breathing when exercising. But what we don’t usually consider is how our bodies’ underlying mechanisms assist us. While we can’t see it, our bodies support us by firing innumerable chemical reactions, including hormones. Even though they aren’t as visible as muscles, one’s ability to exercise can be significantly impacted when these hormones are affected. This is especially true for women, who often undergo hormone fluctuations as a part of their bodies’ natural functions.

Let’s Look into the ‘Food as Medicine’ Trend

Did you know that your gut is constantly talking to your brain? Just think of how many times you’ve relied on the so-called ‘gut feeling’ before making a life-changing decision. Does the gut own the gift of foresight, telling us which road to take when at a crossroad?

A Businessman’s Passion for Healthcare: An Interview with Mr. Restee Collins

Restee Collins is an experienced businessman with a passion for healthcare. By collaborating with key people within the medical industry, he applies his sales savvy to enable preventative diagnostics and medical services for people across the country.

Your Gut Communicates Regularly with Your Brain

Did you know that your gut is constantly talking to your brain? Just think of how many times you’ve relied on the so-called ‘gut feeling’ before making a life-changing decision. Does the gut own the gift of foresight, telling us which road to take when at a crossroad?

Can Depression Affect the Immune System?

People are vulnerable to many disorders throughout their lives, such as depression, which can alter and harm your immune system and overall health. But how does depression affect the immune system?

What are the Best Vegetable Protein Sources?

While it will take some effort to determine which vegetable options will be most helpful to you, rest assured that the effort you put in will be worth it— understanding how to optimize your diet is a major step forward for those who want to take charge of their health. So, what are the best protein sources in vegetables?

Will Free Weights Hurt Your Body in the Future?

If you’re like most people, free weights aren’t the wisest approach to bodybuilding. After all, you’re lifting heavy objects and straining your muscles, so it’s only natural to worry that you might hurt yourself!

The Emerging Field of Regenerative Medicine: Part 2, Extracellular Vesicles, Exosomes and Signaling

In part two, I aim to bring transparency to the subject of exosomes, extracellular vesicles, nanoparticles and signaling modalities currently being utilized in regenerative medicine as an alternative to cellular therapy.

Do I Have Good Genetics for Bodybuilding?

Many people believe that genetics play a prominent role in determining how successful someone can be in bodybuilding. While it is true that genetics can influence factors such as muscle size and bone density, many other variables come into play when it comes to building muscle. So, if you’re wondering whether or not you have good genetics for bodybuilding, the answer is that it depends on a variety of factors.

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