Category Archives: Health

Having Children May Help Increase the Life Span of Parents

  Parenthood is no easy task. It takes immense effort as well as patience to raise kids, right from toddlers to teenagers and then watch them growing into adults. It is a roller coaster of a ride having to deal with tantrums, sleepless nights, anger issues, so on and so forth. But parenthood also brings along with it many fruitful Read More


World Kidney Day: 8 Common Causes of Kidney Failure You Should Know About

  By now we know that cancer, heart disease and obesity are some of the heavy weights in the category of major diseases in the world that are also responsible for killing millions and millions of people every year. So much have been spoken about these diseases that somehow other ailments, of significant importance too, seem to have been pushed Read More


WHO Lists 12 Deadly Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria and the Urgent Need for New Drugs

  There are all sorts of diseases in the world, and every once in a while comes a certain ‘microorganism’ which creates havoc in the form of dangerous diseases like Ebola, Swine Flu, Bird Flu, and the like. Scientists have time and again come up with effective antibiotics to control the diseases and save lives, but the shocking part is Read More


Service Management Is Critical to Shared Services

By Mike Zill The health care industry has never been more exciting or more complicated. We’re seeing a steady stream of amazing new technologies and approaches that improve patient care and enable health care professionals to collaborate more effectively than ever before. At the same time, health care companies must find ways to deliver more for less, while complying with Read More


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Take Care of Your Skin After a Day at the Beach

Who doesn’t love a little fun in the sun?   A day at the beach can be very relaxing for both body and soul. Just make sure you take good care of your skin once you return home.  This way your skin stays smooth, healthy, and hydrated even after you spent a long day enjoying surf and sun. Updated by Read More


Skin Care Advice For Your Oily T-Zone

If you have oily or combination skin, chances are good you struggle with your t-zone. If you’re unfamiliar with a t-zone, imagine drawing a “T” on your face just like what you see in the photo here. Your t-zone consists of your forehead, nose, and chin. These are common places that have excess oil, acne, and blackheads for people who Read More


Facial Cleanser Options

Is the soap you use for your face the same one you use for your body? If so, you probably don’t realize that the sensitive skin on your face needs a milder cleanser. All Cleansers Are Not the Same While there are different tools for face washing, most people use some type of soap. Even though some facial and body Read More


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Hiking How-To: Dress for the Trails

Get ready for adventure! Travel off the beaten path in trailblazing style. Share via facebook dialog ① Grippy rubber outsoles can handle rugged terrain. Adidas Terrex Swift R GTX, $160; REI.com ② A side zipper pocket safely stows your phone. Northway Henley, $40; REI.com ③ Stay hydrated: Insulation keeps beverages cold for 24 hours, hot for 12. Vacuum-insulated bottle, $30; Read More


ADAY Makes Clothes That’ll Help You Keep Your New Year’s Resolution

If you’re one of the many people whose New Year’s resolution is to get in shape, then you’re probably in the market for some workout gear that’ll motivate you to go to the gym. In which case, you’ll want to know about a new activewear company that is going to help you do just that. Meet ADAY, a London-based brand founded Read More


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The Evolution Of Workout Clothes Shows How Far We’ve Come Since 1910

As functionless as it sounds, this was the going exercise garb in the early 1900s, way before spandex and wicking fabrics were the norm. And while the first sneakers were invented in the 1800s, they didn’t truly trickle into the mainstream until the 1930s, after World War I, when the importance of fitness began to be emphasized. We’ve come a Read More