Biggest Food Recalls in Recent History

Food recalls are very common — especially in North America. A missing or incorrect label could literally mean the difference between life and death for individuals with food allergies. Other times, the issue may be serious for everyone. Either way, when we become aware of a food recall, we tend to discard the product or return it for a refund.

Things You Should Know about Introverts (So You Don’t Have to Ask)

Introverts enjoy a rich inner life, and although it may require a bit of effort in order to share it with others, they are eager to express themselves and enjoy being active members of society. Here are a few things you may not have known about introverts and a few tips on how to best engage with them.

Oral Health and Its Connection to the Rest of Your Body

Oral health is about so much more than vanity. No mouth is an island. It’s part of an interconnected biological system. Good oral health protects against cavities, sure. But a comprehensive oral health strategy can also protect you from heart disease, diabetes, and even dementia.

15 Ways to Avoid Awkward Social Interactions

One of the most important things to realize as we grow up is that everyone feels awkward sometimes. Some days, you’ll head to work feeling amazing, rocking a great pair of shoes or a killer outfit, and you’ll feel like you can conquer the world. Other days, you’ll leave your house and realize your shirt is on backwards right after someone tells you about that piece of spinach stuck in your teeth.

Balanced Living: Your Chakra Health

According to the scholars of yore, the human body is a veritable atom bomb of psychic energy. When calibrated, the seven chakras can unleash the true potential of our mental and physical selves. But when your chakras are out of wack, look out. Unbalanced chakras can lead to disease, mental health problems, relationship problems, and more.

Gorgeous and Guilt-Free: High End Cruelty-Free Makeup

You want quality products that bring out your beauty, but companies that test on animals don’t deserve your money. However, not every gorgeous-looking product clearly presents themselves as cruelty-free on their labels. A little digging around is often required, which is why we stepped in.

Purrfect Companions: Benefits of Owning a Pet

Although there are plenty of children who dream about pets, once you move out on your own, there are a lot of factors to consider before adopting an animal. While there are many responsibilities that come with being a pet owner, the benefits greatly outweigh any potential negatives. Here are a few reasons why being a pet owner can greatly improve your life.

14 Ways to Cozy Up Your Dorm Room

If you’re heading into post-secondary education, chances are that right now you’re staring into the abyss of a totally stark, all white (or concrete!) dorm room, wondering how you can possibly feel at home in there for the next year. Luckily for you, we’re here today with a guide to help you make the most out of your tiny, new living space.

At the Heart of Cardio

Cardio is great as a standalone exercise, or as a way to warm up your body for the tougher exercise that’s still to come, but it has its own benefits that shouldn’t be overlooked. Here are a few ways for you to improve your cardio routine, so you know you’re getting the best out of your workout.

Start Fresh: How to Succeed in Your First Weeks of College

If you’re reading this, you’ve probably made the decision to star a brand new post-secondary education. Congratulations! Entering college or university is a great step towards building a solid future and investing in yourself. However, college is not only where you receive an education – it’s a chance for you to meet friends and colleagues that share your interests and aspirations.

12 Ways to Keep Your Kids Engaged without Frying Their Brains

Though the Internet is our business, here at Healthversed, we sympathize with your earnest attempt to shelter your children (or grandchildren) from an endless deluge of half-baked political discourse. So today, we’ve ransacked the Public Library’s collection of vintage toy store catalogues to compile a comprehensive list of tech-less activities for you and your youngster. Ready? Let’s go!

Women Who Lift: A Beginner’s Guide

Today on Healthversed, we’re going to lay a foundation for you before you start weightlifting. By the end of this article, you’ll know the difference between free weights and barbells, you’ll know how to set goals for yourself, you’ll know what not to do at the gym and a lot more. So, fix yourself a pre-workout drink, strap on your gym shoes, and let’s get lifting!

12 Things Everyone Should Know How to Cook

There will come a time in your life where you’re ripped away from these conveniences, and forced to fend for yourself. This is when it pays to have a few recipes in your back pocket that you can whip out to make sure that you don’t starve to death.

Common Misconceptions about Autism Deconstructed

Since autism is so misunderstood, we’re here today to clarify some common misconceptions which should set you on the road to being a better and more understanding person when conversing with a person affected by autism.

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