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Finally in Control: Simple Strategies to Stop Emotional Eating

If you are feeling a bit low or stressed out, it is not an unusual response to seek a bit of solace in the form of some sort of comfort food that we have a positive association with, but for some of us emotional eating can get out of hand. Here are some tips and strategies to...
Posted On 24 Feb 2017

5 Things to Never Say to Someone Who Is Grieving

We all want to be there for friends and family members who are suffering after the loss of the loved one. Unfortunately, sometimes people avoid grieving family members or friends because they simply don’t know what to say. Here are five things you should never say to...
Posted On 17 Feb 2017

Learning From What Your Organs Tell You: Tips For Staying Health [infographic]

So, you are trying hard to lose weight, but are feeling disheartened by your apparent lack of success! Do you realize that it is not just the food that is causing you to pile on the pounds? Small and niggling habits like love for midnight snacks also cause those sneaky pounds to...
Posted On 13 Feb 2017

Eye Health 411: Lifestyle Changes That Will Help Your Vision

There are many controllable risk factors to prevent vision loss. You do not have to subject yourself to any of them, and you can change any of the ones that you are doing. Here are four lifestyle changes to help you keep your eyes healthy. Quit Smoking Your eyes have some of the...
Posted On 13 Feb 2017

HOW DO YOU DETOX FROM OPIOD ADDICTION DURING PREGNANCY?

Pregnancy can be a rollercoaster ride for most women. They careen from the “high” of anticipating the baby’s arrival to the “lows” of morning sickness, physical discomfort, and surprising emotional outbursts. Adding an opioid addiction to the pregnancy mix creates an entirely...
Posted On 01 Feb 2017

Your Cervical Health Awareness! Reasons To Get Checked and Sentiments From The Stirrups

This is a sponsored conversation written by me with support from Hologic, Inc. The opinions and text are all mine. As women, we learn early on that the idea of extreme privacy goes out the window when we get our first Pap test lol. Getting your regular Pap isn’t always the...
Posted On 19 Jan 2017

How Levels of Sugar Influence Your Everyday Mood

Everybody love sweet cakes, chocolates, delicious marshmallows, and candies, but not many of us suffer from sugar addiction. Nowadays, last researches show that excessive love to sugar can cause some psychological disorders, depressions, the unreasoning feeling of anxiety or...
Posted On 02 Jan 2017

Tricks to Get a Beach-Ready Look in the Middle of Winter

A mirror image is worth a thousand words, some of which you probably don’t want to hear. That said, it is nearly midwinter and there is plenty of time to get your body moving in the right direction for summer fun (without wearing a wet suit for cover). Especially if you have some...
Posted On 28 Dec 2016

Types of Teeth Stains and How to Remove Them

If you’re not happy with your smile, you’re not alone. When asked people what is one thing they want to change about their smiles, most of them responded ‘they wanted make them brighter’, according to American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD). Teeth can get discolored due to...
Posted On 26 Dec 2016

Dementia Decoded: Overcoming the Challenges of Communicating with Your Loved One

Watching a loved one suffer with Alzheimer’s or any other form of dementia can be a painful experience for all those involved. See someone that you’ve know for so long slowly becoming someone else entirely is not only difficult, but it can also be draining for those who...
Posted On 06 Dec 2016

6 Signs That You May Be A Psychic

Have you ever experienced the presence of supernatural powers in your vicinity? It could be that your correct predictions are not just a coincidence and there is something different about you! A person with psychic abilities usually has extrasensory perception (ESP) and the...
Posted On 06 Dec 2016

How to Avoid Becoming Addicted to Painkillers

Painkillers are an effective means of alleviating or eliminating pain. Over the counter medications such as Tylenol are effective for headaches or minor aches and pains, but if you have a more serious pain problem, then something stronger is in order. Opioid painkillers are...
Posted On 02 Dec 2016