Lady Sunday9 hours ago
How to Fight Dehydration
Last summer, I had a seizure. In my home, during the middle of the day, I stood up from my couch to wash dishes and dropped as I walked to my kitchen. My boys were present, and it scared all of us! Si...
Erica Lishera day ago
Carb Nite Solution—Scam or Legit?
Low carb diets are everywhere! From Atkins to Keto, it seems like the low carb fad is taking over. After my first, I had tried a great many diets. I couldn't get under 200 lbs no matter how hard I tri...
Eleanor Noycea day ago
The Rise of Type Two Diabetes and What This Means for the Type One Community
There is a direct relationship between capitalism and decadence. In the past century, capitalism has risen to the point of no return: the US, as a leading capitalist nation, has facilitated a relation...
Tom Baker2 days ago
The Joy of Hunger
I have lost nearly thirty pounds in the last two months through a miracle called Intermittent Fasting. Most specifically, I eat ONE MEAL A DAY. This usually consists of a lot of fat, moderate protein,...
Bree S2 days ago
Does Drinking Coffee Really Help You Live Longer?
For many of us, drinking coffee is pretty routine. I think it's safe to say that at least 75 percent of us drink it simply just to wake up in the morning (I mean, I desperately need it just for that v...
Ways to Become Less Stressed
Stress is a natural emotion, and yet it is so unnecessary. Everyone experiences it, whether it be with work or relationships, but it has no purpose. It takes over our minds on a daily basis like a ras...
Steph M11 days ago
How Can a Plant-Based Life Create World Change?
The rise of veganism has opened a lot of minds and raises a lot of questions about whether raising animals for food is harming our planet. It is no surprise that this is the single greatest source of ...
How I Began to Drink More Water
You read everywhere that you need to drink water every week, every day, every minute, and every second to stay healthy. However, there are challenges to that request. For some, it's not an issue based...
Sarah Phillipsa month ago
Why Is Losing Weight Getting Harder for Me?!
*Let me start this off by reminding you I am NOT a doctor or a nutritionist. This is just a collection of my thoughts and experiences mixed with a little bit of science.* Recently, I lost some weight....
Journey Scribea month ago
Your Body's Kingdom: A Royal Invitation to Portion Control
"Clean your plate before you get dessert, Timothy!" "Hurry up, and finish your breakfast, Allie; the bus is here!" "You're going to bed without supper tonight, young man!" Our upbringing affects us al...
Lilliana Backmana month ago
10 Best Natural Sleep Remedies to Cure Insomnia
Insomnia is one of the worst sleeping disorders to deal with on a daily basis because it prevents you from relaxing and getting a full night's rest. My college friend, Jen, dealt with the worse case o...
@igobykim 2 months ago
Yoga: Practice of Control
"Graceful." "Beautiful." "Strong." This last month I've been receiving more praise and compliments on my practice, both in person at the studio and online through Instagram (@theyogikim). They would s...
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BambooMoves Yoga
BambooMoves Yoga is a welcoming community for people of all backgrounds to train their body, mind, and spirit in a nurturing yet challenging practice. Located in Forest Hills NY, Englewood NJ, Palisades Park NJ, and Baltimore MD.
Terry Tang7 days ago
You Have Your Tooth Knocked Out?
After you had your tooth knocked out, the first thing you should do is to try your best to save it and here's an article explaining exactly how to save your tooth. What I want to do here is going a li...
Ann King9 days ago
Is Ambien Right for You?
I have always had issues when it comes to sleep. As a kid, I never needed much, yet was always forced to bed by my parents' strict bedtime rules. When I got to be a teenager, I could stay up all night...
The Key to Being Treasured
For the average lackluster person, life, as it is, can be painstakingly confusing and tiring. So when it seems like you're the only one contributing effort to your social circle, leaving you feeling l...
Megan Marie7 days ago
Mosaic
Shattered Glass Chapter 1 - Part 1 Laughter bursted from the car as the van pulled up onto the driveway. The door slid opened and four children jumped out, eager to burn off their pent up energy. Afte...
Erica Lisher14 days ago
Depo Provera
Birth control. A lot of women are on some form of birth control and after having a baby it is heavily pushed on you to get back on it as soon as possible. Of course, your body has just been through he...
Lanie wooda month ago
Don’t Pity or Toss the Dwarf
Dwarfism. A simple eight letter word which in the least technical sense means, I’m short. People have always handled this in all sorts of ways when the forever asked question is posed. “Why are you so...
Eleanor Noycea day ago
The Rise of Type Two Diabetes and What This Means for the Type One Community
There is a direct relationship between capitalism and decadence. In the past century, capitalism has risen to the point of no return: the US, as a leading capitalist nation, has facilitated a relation...
Bree S2 days ago
Does Drinking Coffee Really Help You Live Longer?
For many of us, drinking coffee is pretty routine. I think it's safe to say that at least 75 percent of us drink it simply just to wake up in the morning (I mean, I desperately need it just for that v...
Should Fast-Food Companies Advertise to Kids?
Imagine being a 12-year old, planning to play all day with friends, only to have to stop every five minutes because of breathing problems. No not asthma. But being unable to breathe because of all the...
Jessye Gould23 days ago
TBI, Depression, and Memory
After my car accident almost three years ago, the term TBI was tossed around by my doctors for a while. And other terms that were kicked around at appointments were depression and emotional lability. ...
Theo Zodda2 months ago
Neuroprotectants: How to Protect Your Brain
From the air we breathe to the sand of time itself, many things can have an effect on our cognition in the short and long term. There are various things you can consume as well as basic techniques whi...
Clare Woodford3 months ago
The Complexity of Alzheimer’s
5,000,000! Five million, that’s a lot. Currently there are five million people living with Alzheimer’s disease in the U.S. That number is climbing at a frightening rate, as there is no known cure to t...
M&B Musings11 days ago
Let There Be Light
The place was akin to a terrestrial purgatory. When I eventually gained the courage to trudge up to the abandoned reception desk and shakily sign my name and the time in a binder with crumpled pages, ...
Taylor DeMotta month ago
How Cancer Took Over
I was 13 years old when I found out that my dad was sick. Every day it was constantly going to doctor's appointments, getting him what he needed, etc. At first, I didn't think it would be so bad becau...
Max Fishera month ago
'If Vaccines Work, Why Is My Unvaccinated Child a Risk to You?' And Other Questions About Vaccines ANSWERED
With Kat Von D announcing to the world that she refuses to vaccinate her future child, there has been lots of hype about the anti-vaxx movement. It's time to stop the misinformation in its tracks. Sit...
My Top 7 Migraine Self-Care Tips
Migraines don’t always affect everyone in the same way, some people get warning signs and some don’t, they can come with a wide variety of symptoms that not everyone gets but there are some ways of tr...
Leslie Montaño8 months ago
T1D Christmas Wishlist
Christmas is approaching and if you don't know what to get a T1D in your life, here's a list of my top ten picks! Want to treat yo' self? Go ahead! (Feel free to drop this list to a spouse or loved on...
Katie Moore8 months ago
Top 10 Comments of the Chronically Ill
The life of a chronically ill person (a spoonie) is one with many daily obstacles. It is tiring, tough, and often many have a hard time expressing their difficult journey. If you suspect this is the c...
Nicole Tyea month ago
How To Survive Tonsillectomy
A tonsillectomy is a major surgery that is done to remove the tonsils. This surgery is done for many reasons, but it is usually completed for two main reasons, although there are reasons other than th...
Lorna Vause2 months ago
How to Flavor Kombucha
The kombucha tea craze has been sweeping the nation this decade, and it's not hard to figure out why. There are many reasons why kombucha is good for you, including being good for your heart, having a...
A A4 months ago
How to Deal With Your Evening Cravings
Quick question: on how many occasions in the last couple of weeks have you finished eating your last meal of the day only to find that you are rummaging through cupboards to look for something to snac...
Erica Lishera day ago
Carb Nite Solution—Scam or Legit?
Low carb diets are everywhere! From Atkins to Keto, it seems like the low carb fad is taking over. After my first, I had tried a great many diets. I couldn't get under 200 lbs no matter how hard I tri...
Tom Baker2 days ago
The Joy of Hunger
I have lost nearly thirty pounds in the last two months through a miracle called Intermittent Fasting. Most specifically, I eat ONE MEAL A DAY. This usually consists of a lot of fat, moderate protein,...
Steph M11 days ago
Simple Way to Increase Weight Loss
Feeding Window for Weight Loss and Health
Corey groves14 days ago
Sex & Short Term Memory
It's safe to say that being sexually active has its fair share of benefits. It helps lower your blood pressure, boosts your immune system, improves heart health, and the list goes on. But what about t...
Lauren Day15 days ago
//Being 17//
Seventeen is an interesting age. You're not freshly a true teenager, but you're also not a legal adult. You're senior, but you're not in college yet to do fun college things. You are self-righteous an...
Jane Wyker24 days ago
Tips for Being Youthful
We live in a culture that worships youth and beauty and often disregards, disrespects, and diminishes age. This is silly for so many reasons, not the least of which is the fact that everyone is growin...
Michaela Weiss9 days ago
How to Get Abs/In Shape
So I am 14 and so far I have a two pack of abs. I have been working out for six months. I will tell you how I got this far. I kept my same weight, which is 98-100 pounds. You can still get in shape wh...
Bryce Eckerd10 days ago
Beginner's Guide to the Gym
What's up my fellow bros or bro wannabes. My name is Bryce Eckerd and I am going to teach you how to become the ultimate gym bro so you can get your Ph.D. in science… BROSCIENCE!!!
Lynn Hamieh15 days ago
9 Effective Workouts That Are Pure Fun!
Now, personally, I love to have fun and I'm pretty sure you do. How many times have you seen yourself just slaving away at the treadmill, only to think something among the lines of "Oh screw this!" ? ...
Chris(Sandy) P8 days ago
How Social Media Is Used as a Manipulation Tool for the Anti-Vax Movement
We live in a very black and white world where there is a self-proclaimed overly opinionated expert for just about every topic imaginable. One aspect of society that has been affected by this is our he...
Peter Rose15 days ago
Will Our All Connected Multimedia Make Us Ill?
Will our all connected, all instantaneous, multimedia capacity make us ill? I see a great deal of media stuff about loneliness and the problems of loneliness but nothing about the detrimental effects ...
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Karen Philpott10 months ago
Mind Over Matter: Does It Matter?
When it comes to our health, we have many more choices now than in previous decades. More people are taking up the alternative medicine, complementary therapy and homoeopathy routes to help treat exis...
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Claire C12 days ago
Protecting Your Brain
By age 11, my mom had put me through so many different extra-curricular activities that my head was spinning. Although I enjoyed small aspects of each activity none of them seemed to fit, until a frie...
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Shannon Dority20 days ago
Returning to Running After an Injury
In January 2015, I had a freak accident where the ligaments in my right knee almost completely tore. I thankfully didn’t need surgery to correct the tears, however, I was placed in a full knee brace f...
Average Joea month ago
One Dad and His Bike
As you know, the roads and pavements are being populated by brightly coloured, lycra wearing tosspots who may as well be wearing blinkers—I mean come on, they have death wishes. Undertaking, squeezing...
Why Everyone Should Meditate
Most people think meditation and they think lotus flowers, Himalayan monks, and chakra points. Aside from all those things being objectively awesome, that couldn’t be farther from the modern reality. ...
7 Reasons Why You Should Meditate Daily
Meditation is a practice that has exploded into the mainstream in the last ten years due to the fast spreading wellness movement. But I'm willing to bet there are still quite a few people out there th...
Hannah 🌸2 months ago
Mindfulness Incognito - Counting
Mindfulness is all about being in touch with the present world. This is so useful in testing situations, such as; those that are stressful, anger-inducing, anxiety-inducing, or situations in which you...
Yoga: An Overview
Yoga: An Overview Yoga is where I find my truest self. My time on my mat is when I am finally able to breathe, release anxiety, focus, move and truly be who I am, unapologetically. Until I began my yo...
Why Yoga Works for Anxiety
Yoga is my saving grace because anxiety comes and goes. Yoga has helped me cope with my mental health better since yoga cures me of anxiety the day of, as well as for a week. Yoga is a huge discipline...
E McNeala month ago
How Yoga Changed My Life
The impacts of yoga are astounding, especially considering its cliché spot in modern day society. I began taking yoga classes my senior year of high school and have seen firsthand the significant impr...