Keeping your body and mind active with physical and mental exercise can help lower your risk of dementia. Try these tips to keep your brain in good health.
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The Benefits of Oil Pulling for Dental Health
There’s some evidence to suggest oil pulling promotes good oral health, but it’s no substitution for brushing and flossing. Find out which claims are fact and which ones are fiction.
9 Ways To Stay Awake Without Caffeine
Addicted to coffee or caffeine? Here are some healthier solutions that can address your overall problem with fatigue.
Tips to Maintain Healthy Habits After Returning to the Office
Have you lost the healthy lifestyle habits established while working from home during the pandemic? If so, a preventive medicine specialist has some tips to get you back on track after returning to the office.
Why Self-Care Isn’t Selfish: Advice for Women
What comes to mind when you think of self-care? Does the term come across as selfish? If that’s the case, it’s time to rebrand what this term really means. A wellness expert explains why self-care is so important and how to actually start practicing it.
Too Much Salt Is Bad — For Your Heart and Your Sleep
Eating a meal that’s high in sodium at dinnertime can contribute to sleep disturbances, in part due to an increase in blood pressure and fluid retention. The result may be restless sleep, frequent awakenings and not feeling rested in the morning.
Strengthen Your Immune System With 4 Simple Strategies
While there’s no magic “healthy pill,” there are tried-and-true ways to take your immunity superpowers up a notch.
Pulling Your Hair Out? For Some, the Struggle Is Real
1 to 2% of Americans, mostly women, are chronic hair pullers. Recovery is possible with the help of healthcare professionals and a support network.
Nail Biting: When Does It Go Too Far?
For most people, nail biting is an occasional thing. But when nail biting becomes constant, it’s time to get help. Here’s what you need to know.
Can’t Stop Picking Your Skin? How to Break the Cycle
If you compulsively pick at your skin, there are ways to stop. This problem, called excoriation, is more common than people think. These three tips can help.