health

Keeping your mind and body in check - popular topics in health and medicine to maintain a long and healthy life.

Paisley Hansen3 months ago
10 Ways to Take Advantage of Being Healthy While You're Still Young
When you are young, you have so much more energy than you are going to have later in life. However, when you are going through your 20's, it can be easy to take this energy for granted. Instead of jus...
Shterna Botnick3 months ago
Sneezes
Sneezes. That weird thing that everyone does randomly. One of those things that can happen at a very awkward time. The involuntary expulsion of air from the nose and mouth. What is this and why does i...
Alice McCutcheon3 months ago
How to: Stay Healthy on a Daily Basis
So for this blog I wanted to give some of my tips on how to keep fit and stay healthy on a day-to-day basis. We all know how hard it can be to stay on track with our health goals when surrounded by wo...
Why Is a Cup of Hot Raw Cocoa Good for Your Health on Every Morning?
In the following paragraphs, I emphasize that you do not need to eat bacon, egg, or oatmeal for breakfast if you do not really have time to prepare ingredients. All you should have for an amazing brea...
Emma Bragginton3 months ago
From Mountains to Injury
This year has been full of highs and lows. From climbing my first mountain in the Brecon Beacons to a pottery class. Gaining the courage to go swimming in a public pool (something I haven't done in 18...
Mariam Tocco3 months ago
One Cup a Day
It's October 5th, 2018, and today I want to talk about how reducing my coffee intake a few months ago to just one cup a day changed my life. I write this and I still haven't had my morning cup yet. Th...
Tom Sawyer 4 months ago
How to Be Healthy 101
When I was 18 years old, I was blessed to have taken a job at a local juice bar down the street from my home. During the following years, I created a healthy habit and absorbed as much information as ...
Jereimiah Armani4 months ago
Invisible Pain
Let's talk about pain. Not the visible pain of a cut, bruise, or broken bone; but the deep rooted, non-visible pain that comes with some diseases like fibromyalgia, rheumatoid arthritis, or better yet...
Monique Star4 months ago
To the World from My World
Dear world, Where do I begin with what I wish to say? Well, first of all, I'm not exactly the most mature or sophisticated person out there and it's pretty clear to the annoyance of some and the amuse...
Kristin Bolding4 months ago
Make It Stop
Ever wake up in the morning and your body just says, nope, not today! Well, that is my daily struggle. The stiffness, the extreme cramping in my abdomen, the pain in my breasts, and the radiating pres...
Ravneet Sran4 months ago
Getting Enough Sleep? You Must Not Be Working Hard Enough
“Sleep is for the weak.” “I’ll sleep when I’m dead.” If these are sayings you live by, chances are, you’ll probably be weaker and die sooner (sorry, a little harsh). In the dog-eat-dog world we live i...
Phill Ross4 months ago
Invisible Warrior
What is Fibromyalgia? Fibromyalgia is a condition which causes constant pain in those diagnosed, lethargy, loss of memory, and many other symptoms (some say 50 varying symptoms other say there are mor...
Natasha Doster4 months ago
How to Use Your Cell Phone to Protect Your Health
What are the long-term effects of using your cell phone? 95 percent of American own a cell phone. 78 percent of teenagers and children own a cell phone. The average age for a child purchasing their fi...
Sarah Blain4 months ago
Heartburn
It was two days before my 22nd birthday when I told my mom I need to go to the emergency room because I was getting worse. For four days, I experienced the worst pain that I’ve ever been in. The pain ...
Whitney Smith4 months ago
The Balancing Act of Type 1 Diabetes
On an Easter Sunday April 1st, 2010, eight years ago, my life immensely changed, when I found out I was a Type 1 Diabetic. At the age of twelve I basically took on the major role of becoming my pancre...
Ally Patton4 months ago
My Medical... Story? I Guess
My story started with a horrible accident... I was in the 5th grade, maybe 10-years-old. It was spring break at the time and my best friend lived down the street. We were riding our bikes up the stree...
Carol Tietsworth4 months ago
On the Fine Art of Concussions
I apparently am the poster child of concussions. I have had more than the average bear, that’s definitely showing my age. Anyway, back to my concussion. I fell in February. I slid on a petrified piece...
Shae Nicole4 months ago
Chagas Disease
Chagas Disease is a disease that is transmitted from insects to animals and people. Chagas Disease is a tropical parasitic disease caused by protozoan flagellate Trypanosoma cruzi found in insect vect...