fbpx

Health & Nutrition

 

Learn how other Doctors are staying clinically prepared, growing their practices,
and providing care for their patients during these unprecedented times.

Healthy Choices

Revenge Bedtime Procrastination

How To Begin Exercising According to Health Professionals

Medical doctors highlight the benefits of adopting a gym-patterned lifestyle—and it’s undoubtedly for your good. Doctors see the worst, health-wise, every day; so, when they say, ‘take some time to take care of your body,’ their advice is well-founded.

True Health Begins With The Mind

True Health Begins With The Mind

We can measure health and wellness in multiple ways. They are usually broken down into various diagnoses that often fail to provide a picture of a...

Recent Articles

Healthier Ways to Drink Your Eggnog

Of all holiday traditions that involve food, eggnog may be the most beloved.

Easy Ways to Avoid Holiday Weight Gain

Holidays are filled with family, friends, cheer, and good food. It is a time to gather with loved ones and enjoy fun and fellowship. However, holidays can also be stressful.

Looking Beyond the Science: Caring for Underserved Communities with Dr. Imani McElroy

People’s health and well-being are heavily influenced by the communities in which they live. Ideally, people have ample access to medical services and the resources to pay for them.

How Wildfires Negatively Impact Air Quality

Wildfires have become troublingly customary in the Western U.S. over the past decade. Unfortunately, this devastating trend is only going to worsen itself, as uncontrolled fires will gradually become longer, larger, and more devastating for our communities.

Is The Mediterranean Diet for You?

All the health-conscious people have surely heard of the Mediterranean diet by now. Most doctors, nutritionists, and dietitians have been actively recommending this diet for optimal health for a long time.

TopDocDX: Diagnosing Chronic Disease in Asymptomatic Patients

The fear of carrying a virus without any notice was both overwhelming and scary for many of us. “What if I have the virus?” “What if I unwillingly infect someone else?” Such questions definitely are not any novelty. However, what if we take the word asymptomatic and apply it to our overall health? Could there be any latent diseases ready to strike us without notice?

Revenge Bedtime Procrastination

The refusal to go to bed when you should is a psychological phenomenon known as “revenge bedtime procrastination,” which describes the decision to sacrifice sleep for more pleasurable activities such as bingeing and scrolling through social media.

Leaky Gut Syndrome: Causes and Symptoms

‘Her death was a wake-up call for me. I began studying nutrition and the benefits of eating right.’ From personal experiences, expert opinion, and years of research, Hanna concluded that, amongst other lifestyle choices, healthy food choices played an important role in people’s health.

8 Healthy Eating Habits to Start Today

It takes a certain degree of dedication and commitment to introduce new habits into your daily routine. In time, you will be surprised how it can help your body become stronger and healthier.

Leading with Excellent Service: An Interview with Dr. Harry Pan

With some schedule reworking, Dr. Pan could retain all of his staff on reduced hours, which have begun to increase back to normal hours as more patients have gotten vaccinated.

Featured Related Articles
Women's Health in Humanitarian Aid: An Interview with Dr. Ty Erickson

Women’s Health in Humanitarian Aid: An Interview with Dr. Ty Erickson

Dr. Ty Erickson is an OB/GYN at Rosemark Women Care Specialists in Idaho Falls, Idaho. Specifically, he is a urogynecologist specializing in treating women’s pelvic disorders and surgical pelvic reconstruction. While he maintains a thriving practice, his true passion is traveling the world providing medical care for women with little or no access to regular healthcare.