Neck Pain and Car Related Injuries – infographic



According to data published by FORBES and provided by the U.S. Department of Transportation, nearly 150,000 Americans are injured every year simply in the process of opening and closing their car … [Read more...]


6 Tips to Reduce Skin Cancer Risk



Exposure to ultra violet ray of sunlight is most often regarded as the biggest threat for skin cancer. But other factors like overweight syndrome or obesity, malnutrition or developing skin moles or … [Read more...]


The History Of Madness – Infographic



"People are crazy and have always been. But the ways we've dealt with the off-kilter have changed drastically over time..." Take a look over this infographic created by Best Counseling Degrees to … [Read more...]


Online AA Meetings



Go to any search engine and type in your query and you’ll get almost instantaneous results. There might be millions of results to sort through, but for most topics, you can find some hint at … [Read more...]


The Benefits of Hot Water



Think back to injuries and pain you experienced as a child (or more recently). Chances are, heat and cold were recommended as therapy by your doctors, grandmothers, school nurses or parents. It … [Read more...]


Taking a Look at ED: Peyronie’s Disease



Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a condition that is quite common among men of all ages, but it's also a condition that not many people want to talk about. A very common form of ED called Peyronie’s … [Read more...]


Go Flexitarian and Diversify Your Diet



Although the constraints of a strict vegetarian or vegan diet isn't for everyone, more and more people are becoming aware of meat consumption’s health drawbacks and ecological impact. For those folks … [Read more...]


Choosing a Martial Art



I never could get into gym life. I knew weightlifting and aerobic training improved my strength and stamina, but I never found either particularly motivating — a death sentence for any exercise … [Read more...]


The Best Ways to Prep for a Strengthening Program



You’ve heard that it’s wise to get a physical before starting any kind of new workout regimen. That’s true, but do you know why? In addition to checking to see if you’re fit enough for a particular … [Read more...]


Taking on Tunnel Vision



The world is full of beautiful things, and being able to see all the breathtaking images the world has to offer is a cherished gift.  However, vision does deteriorate due to age and various … [Read more...]


So you want to get into the healthcare industry?



You love all things medical. You love the idea of the rush of the emergency room. You love the idea of helping those in need. You even love the idea of wearing scrubs and the smell of anesthetic. If … [Read more...]


Easy Habits for Preventing Heart Attacks



You’ve probably heard that taking a baby aspirin daily can help prevent heart attacks. The bulk of Bayer’s commercials are centered on the idea, and what better way to up sales than prescribing … [Read more...]


The Seven Chakras Of The Human Body



  Chakra chart describing the seven chakras of the human body: Crown Chakra, Third Eye Chakra, Throat Chakra, Heart Chakra, Solar Plexus Chakra, Sacral Chakra, Root Chakra. Learn what these … [Read more...]


Benefits For Your Mind and Body



While working as a career counselor for three years, I noticed that many people not only let their health get in the way of their current work, but many also let their health keep them from getting a … [Read more...]


Eat All That Chocolate



Are you craving chocolate yet?  What if I told you not to eat it and that it would make you fat?  Now how do you feel about eating it?  Are you mad-jonesing for it? That’s what a recent study found.  … [Read more...]


How To Burn Fat Fast



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The Importance of Public Health Surveillance



Who teaches the public about the dangers of smoking? How about the consequences of drunk driving? Who spreads information about HIV transmission, flu outbreaks, or epidemics like SARS? The staff of … [Read more...]


When Allergies Attack [Infographic]



Are you the 1 in 5 people that suffers from allergies? You're not alone. Over half of the U.S. population test positive for at least one allergen. It should come as no surprise when 100% of U.S. … [Read more...]


Nurses Press for New Patient-Handling Regulations



America’s obesity epidemic has spread beyond overweight people who put themselves at risk of diabetes, heart disease and stroke; now, the nation’s runaway weight problem has serious consequences for … [Read more...]


The Challenges of Health Care for an Aging Population



Many dire predictions surround the effects of the aging Baby Boomer generation on the health care system. A severe shortage of health care workers combined with costs that threaten to implode Medicare … [Read more...]


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