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What to Know About Child Vaccinations

Keeping your children vaccinated is an important part of their health to avoid contracting serious diseases. The researchers at the Center for Disease Control and Prevention are regulating the safety and efficiency of these vaccines on a daily basis, and staying up to...

How to Manage Weight During Pregnancy

Gaining weight is an inevitable aspect of pregnancy that many women understand as normal, but also crucial for the unborn baby’s health. However, managing this weight is just as, if not more important than doing so throughout your everyday life. Gaining too much...

Overcoming the Hill: 3 Health Tips for Middle-Aged Men

Maintaining your health should be a top priority throughout your life, and doing so in your later years is perhaps even more important given the various health complications that come with aging. For men over the age of 40, there are a number of ways to stay healthy...

The Current State of the Opioid Epidemic

In what has become a highly damaging trend throughout the United States, opioid use has led to the deaths of over 50,000 people in 2015 alone, and the number of people addicted to these drugs are steadily rising. Now known as the opioid epidemic, it is considered the...

How Caffeine Affects Your Body

How Caffeine Affects Your Body

Many people today require at least one cup of coffee in the morning to jumpstart their productivity. At least 50% of Americans drink on average 3.1 cups of coffee per day, and caffeine-heavy beverages are consumed by 80% of Americans on a daily basis. If coffee...

Great Books on Staying Healthy

Great Books on Staying Healthy

Half the battle for getting in shape and staying in shape is learning some of the best practices. There’s lots to take in when studying the research that’s been done on weight loss in particular. There are some myths that have been debunked and some new strategies for...

American Heart Month 2017

A widely known fact today, coronary heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States. A cause for concern, undoubtedly, but heart disease is preventable through healthy lifestyles and proper management of one’s health. February...

Healthy Habits for the New Year

Healthy Habits for the New Year

Whether your New Year’s resolution is to lose weight, get in shape, or take control of your health in general, there is no better time to do so than right now. The most popular resolution of those that vow to make a change every New Year is to lose weight. If you want...