A new season is the best reason to try new and delicious food. Jumping from winter to spring can give you a big boost of energy. So why not try some foods that will provide you with that much-needed energy to start the new season?
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Blue Light Effects
The time spent scrolling down the newsfeed or Facebook wormhole can be detrimental to your health. The blue light that radiates from items like phones, computers and other electronics can put your health in danger. But what exactly is blue light and its effects on overall health?
3 Spring Recipes to Get You in the Mood for a New Season
Spring is a time for renewal, the ideal moment to start eating healthier and feeling more energetic. To celebrate the arrival of a new season, we have three spring recipes that can help you get back on track after a harsh winter!
Rarest Health Conditions in the World
The coronavirus has dominated the medical landscape for two years now. But COVID-19 is not the only disease we should be wary of. There are more than 6,800 known rare diseases with unknown causes. Many of these rare diseases lack a cure or effective treatment
Top 3 Reasons to Get a Rhinoplasty
Rhinoplasty, commonly termed a ‘nose job,’ is one of the most common types of facial plastic surgery procedures to change the shape of your nose by modifying the cartilage or bone. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, rhinoplasties are some of the top plastic surgery procedures in the United States, with hundreds of thousands of procedures performed every year.
Tea vs. Coffee: Which Is Better for Your Health?
Coffee and tea are some of the most popular beverages in the world. Everyone has tried coffee or tea at least once in their life. You can enjoy these beverages with sugar, cold or hot, with or without caffeine — the possibilities are endless! But we have to look at the health upsides and downsides of drinking coffee and tea before deciding to become Starbucks regulars or tea aficionados
Self-Care May Relieve Joint Pain
In some instances, joint pain can only be corrected with surgery or prescription medication. But before resorting to medical assistance, you can relieve mild joint pain by performing some simple self-care that you can do at home.
Stressed? Try Decluttering Your Space
Decluttering your space will make room for more clarity of mind and help relieve stress and anxiety.
Activate the Life You Love
This might be an obvious thing to say, but we should take a moment to consider it, especially those of us who are so busy that we don’t get a chance to sit back and reflect. What patterns of behavior or factors in your life are limiting you? Is your daily life made up of things you tolerate but don’t enjoy? Are there things you can do to change these conditions? These questions all deserve serious thought.
Nature’s Notifications: Paying Attention to the Outside World Can Remind Us to Live Healthier Lives
The average person spends more time in front of a screen than doing anything else, which can negatively affect our physical and mental health. But there’s one place where screens don’t rule: the outdoors. Studies show that spending time in nature is incredibly salutary for us.
A Checklist to Happiness
Despite this quest for happiness as a recurring theme throughout history and existing as an ever-present worry, humanity has yet to identify the universal holy grail that ensures happiness. But you can still take many small steps to improve your happiness, particularly in the realms of physical and emotional well-being.
Rooting Your Calm: How Gardening Can Renew Your Inner Peace
Gardening is a beautiful hobby that people of all ages can enjoy. It is an activity that offers relaxation and renewal, stress relief, tension release and so many other benefits. It can help you bond with nature or spend some time alone in quiet contemplation of life’s mysteries, both natural and spiritual. These moments of contemplation in the garden can bring about inner peace.
Doctor-Patient Relationships and the Practice of Neurology: An Interview with Dr. Andrea Abousamra
Dr. Abousamra is a neurologist at the Michigan Institute for Neurologic Disorders (MIND), where her work focuses on headaches, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis and dementia. MIND is a premier provider of neurological care for diagnosing, treating and managing disorders of the brain, spine and nervous system.
Holistic Healing through Complementary Medicine: An Interview with Dr. John P. Salerno, DO
Dr. John P. Salerno, DO, is an innovator in the practice of complementary medicine. In his practice, the Salerno Center for Complementary Medicine in New York City, he provides his patients with holistic therapies and techniques that, along with their traditional medical treatments, speed their recovery. His medical approach treats the whole person—mind, body and spirit—not just a list of symptoms.
Worth 1,000 Words: The Art of Aesthetic Medicine with Dr. Barry DiBernardo, MD
“Everyone wanted to be retouched. Adults didn’t want to look the way they looked. I became interested in how people wanted to be changed,” Dr. DiBernardo explained. In about 1,000 words, we’re going to create for you a picture of Dr. DiBernardo and how he unites science and art through his medical aesthetics practice.