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  1. What Am I Up To These Days? Biking, Exercising & Ironman

    Jul
    3

    All this time, I’ve been up and down. On a diet, off a diet, trying to do a juice fast & trying to exercise. The biggest accomplishment that I have reached is that I have replaced my breakfast and lunch with healthy choices. Slowly, over time, I’ve replaced my breakfast with fruits and nuts, and… read more »


  2. Why You Should Eat a Healthy Breakfast

    Dec
    3

    Breakfast is the most important meal in your daily life routine. It prepares you for all the energy demands that you will encounter for the rest of the day. Unfortunately, a lot of people undermine the value of a good breakfast. They miss this significant meal and think that having a heavy lunch could well-compensate… read more »


  3. The Advantages and Disadvantages of Taking Weight Loss Pills

    Nov
    28

    In accordance with the statistical data of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, about 17% of people in the age range of 12-19 are considered obese. This means that about 12.5 million children and adolescents in America are at the high risk of chronic diseases and health complications. Overall, more than 60% of Americans… read more »


  4. How Often Should You Take Eye Exams

    Nov
    6

    A lot of scientists and health experts claim that our eyes are not just the windows to our souls, but also to our health. Our eyes reflect the overall look to our general state of health. This is also the same reason why when we get sick, our eyes seem to look pale and tired…. read more »


  5. How to Deal with Common Cold Naturally

    Nov
    4

    Winter has dawned and the weather is getting colder. And one of the remarkable body reactions to such occurrence is common cold. As what the name implies, catching a cold is very common in these instances. It’s not just the general chill of the weather. We’re talking about the annoying cold with cough and flu…. read more »


  6. The Best Foods for your Brain

    Nov
    1

    It’s completely undeniable that as we age older, the performance of our bodies also rustle up. This is why people in their 40s and above easily get sick, tired, and susceptible to diseases due to our bodies’ inability to function the way they are back in time, when  the immune system is strong enough to… read more »


  7. Why Children Need a Good Night Sleep

    Oct
    28

    Sleeping is something that everyone needs regardless age, condition and other factors of individuality. It’s the best way for us to rest, regain some strength and allow our bodies to maximize body processes and metabolism Given that, we all crave to have a sound sleep every day without the worries of tomorrow. But of all… read more »


  8. How to Prevent Chickenpox

    Oct
    18

    Being infected with a chickenpox is probably one of the worst days you’ll ever experience in your life. Not only are the fluid-filled bumps very itchy and annoying, this disease also carries other illnesses such as flu, loss of appetite and headaches. And the aftermath of which are a handful of ugly scars all over… read more »


  9. How Often Should You Detox Your Body

    Oct
    14

    Our body is one of the greatest machines in this world. It is capable of doing miraculous things that we ourselves even wonder how they happen. But just like any other machine, despite how efficient it works, it never really is secured from the threats that causes it to malfunction. The threat that our body… read more »


  10. The Health Implications of Nostalgia

    Oct
    11

    Remember those old memories of yours when you’ve tried the stupidest thing that you thought you would never do? What about the most regrettable experience that lingers up until now? Or those longing for someone you haven’t seen for a long time? What about those longing to go back to the place where you grew… read more »


  11. The Best Healthy Alternatives to Coffee for Staying Awake and Alert

    Oct
    4

    We all know that feeling when we push ourselves to follow the snooze in our alarms, crawl out to bed and then suddenly get back to life as soon as we take a sip from our coffee-filled cup. Coffee is a very potent drink to help us stay awake and alert. For some, it is… read more »


  12. Getting Rid of Recurring Hiccups

    Oct
    2

    In the course of our lifetime, we all have experienced that annoying contractions in our diaphragm that causes us to jerk and make a “hic” sound. Yes, that’s a hiccup and although most cases are just short-lived, some records have shown of it lasting for years – a Guinness title holder was granted to a… read more »


  13. Boosting Mental Health for Student Athletes

    Sep
    30

    If you’re an athlete, being physically fit is indeed one if your innate abilities. For all the wrong reasons, no one can join any sport without passing the different tests pertaining to the physical capability of the aspiring athlete. With all those demands in the physical perspective, checking their mental health sometimes get neglected. But… read more »


  14. Coping Up With Chronic Kidney Disease

    Sep
    27

    Sometimes, we pay no attention to what could be happening inside our bodies. We keep on stuffing junk foods in it not considering how much can these hefty amounts of salt damage our kidneys. And by the time that our fears get realized, all we can do is regret the days when we became stubborn… read more »


  15. What you need to Know about Yogurts

    Sep
    25

    It’s really no wonder why yogurt products have taken over the dairy aisle on your favorite grocery store. Yogurt,  as of today, is generally perceived as the healthiest dairy product – big thanks to the efforts of commercials showing its health implications and the recommendations of health experts. Although the heavy promotion has indeed dramatically… read more »