The pollen production from trees, grasses and weeds that trigger hay fever (allergic rhinitis) peak during the late summer and early fall. Itchy, red eyes and stuffy noses can make the end of summer even more upsetting. Use these simple tips to fight allergies and enjoy the outdoors without fear!
With the rise of tech watches and fitness bracelets there is a clear demand for direct access to personalized health information. This gear is however limited in its capabilities and can’t provide the user with readings beyond heart rate, calorie consumption and steps taken. In an time when information is more assessable then ever shouldn’t […]
People all over the country, especially women, have acquired a taste for diet drinks. While they promise taste without the extra calories, excess consumption of diet drinks (more than two a day) is likely to increase your risk of heart disease. Researchers found that women who consumed two or more artificially sweetened beverages a day […]
Snacking on chocolate is perhaps the most delectable way to boost your health as well as reduce your risk of diabetes. Recent findings from a research study conducted on laboratory mice reveal that one particular type of antioxidant found in cocoa could help prevent a person from gaining extra weight and in turn lower their […]
Is the long and bleak winter of your life leaving you a little blue? Cheer up – a sunnier disposition is possibly as close as your refrigerator. While the effect food has on our health and physical well-being is undeniable, it has been proven that food can affect our emotional and provide an instant cheer […]