One of life’s more feared illnesses (aside from the big ones like cancer or heart disease) is the 24 hour flu.
There’s a moment of dread where you realize that the symptoms of a 24 hour flu are upon you and what’s about to happen.
A 24 hour bug... Read More
A sprained thumb is a very common injury among skiers, so much so that it’s often referred to as “skier’s thumb.”
But thumb injuries don’t only happen to those who ski; it can happen to anyone while doing any number of activities that invol... Read More
What causes a runny nose? Simply put, a runny nose is an excess production of mucus, typically caused by allergies or a cold.
The glands in the lining of the nose, throat, airways, stomach, and intestinal tract create up to about one to two quarts of... Read More
Many people today are concerned with their health, what they eat, and how effectively they are exercising, but they might never think that their rigid behavior could point to orthorexia symptoms.
Orthorexia is a condition in which someone has an obse... Read More
Your tongue color and overall tongue health can reveal a lot about you.
According to traditional Chinese and Indian medicine, the tongue is basically seen as a map of the body, and it’s thought to reflect your current state of health, and can show ... Read More
Sometimes it seems that no matter how hard you work out, how many weights you lift, how many arm fat exercises you do, or how many diets you go on, the weight in your arms refuses to go away.
The rest of your body might be progressing well, but the a... Read More
Working 40 hours or more a week? It might be adversely affecting your health, a new study shows.
While many North Americans are working increasingly long hours—some over 60 hours per week—to make ends meet or build wealth, they run the risk of in... Read More
Swollen nasal passages can be quite an annoying problem, though you may know it better as nasal congestion.
Basically, it’s the worst stuffy nose you’ve ever had! Imagine that your nasal passages are swollen shut; so swollen, in fact, that it bec... Read More