Being healthy isn’t just about how much you weigh. Being healthy is about doing things such as eating nutritious foods, exercising regularly, feeling good about yourself, managing stress, not watching too much TV, and not smoking.
If you’re a little overweight, ... Continue reading
When you are learning how to use tampons, it’s a good idea to use the “slender” size. It’s also easier to insert it when your menstrual flow is moderate to heavy as this allows the tampon to glide in more ... Continue reading
1. What happens when you eat gluten? This is probably the top question I get and naturally people are curious. Do I break out in a rash, go into anaphylaxis shock or have diarrhea all day and night? (That would ... Continue reading
Biking is an environmentally friendly way to get around cities and towns and a fun way to get your daily exercise. You just need to remember to follow the rules of the road and always wear your helmet (even on ... Continue reading
About 15-30% of people experience daytime bad breath or halitosis. The good news is there are ways to help prevent it.
What is bad breath?
Bad breath, or halitosis (the medical name) pronounced, (hal-e-toe-sis), is a “a noticeable and unpleasant odor in ... Continue reading
Typically, a girl can expect to get her period about 2-3 years after she begins to develop breasts. But the age when you started to develop breasts doesn’t have anything to do with what your breast size will ultimately be. ... Continue reading
Firming your abdominal area takes a regular exercise routine and time. Simple abdominal crunches or sit-ups are easy and effective. You don’t need to buy fancy ab equipment. Combining cardio (exercises that make you sweat) with ab training will build ... Continue reading
Most students look forward to picking out their backpacks because there are so many different colors and designs to choose from. Your backpack may express your style, but does it do its job? Besides being stylish, what else should you ... Continue reading
Asthma is a chronic condition of the lungs that affects how you feel and breathe. It’s not contagious-you can’t get asthma from someone else (like a cold), and you can’t pass it on to anyone else. You can have symptoms ... Continue reading
If I think I have asthma what should I do?
If you haven’t been to your health care provider yet and you think you might have asthma, call and make an appointment as soon as possible. Getting diagnosed and treated quickly ... Continue reading