Hate working out? You aren’t alone – exercise is a chore, not an activity to look forward to. Yet there is a way to turn a daily workout into a good time. The answer is in your back pocket… it’s your phone!
With the huge increase in cell phone use, many people wonder what effect this tiny, highly technological device could have on our health. While smartphones seem more helpful than harmful, many healthcare professionals are concerned that cell phones might have to potential to cause dangerous health problem – like certain types of cancer.
If you’re one of the more than 100 million Americans living with diabetes or prediabetes, running can be an ideal form of exercise – not only can it help combat weight gain, but for people living with Type 2 diabetes, running can also help improve the body’s sensitivity to insulin.
If you’re living with diabetes, explaining the disease to family and friends is hard enough, let alone explaining it to your employer. There’s no rule that enforces you to disclose your diabetes to your employer — unless your job requires a full medical examination — however, it might be a good idea, especially for your own health and safety.
The United States market is flooded with beauty products as it’s one of the biggest industries in the country (you’re probably familiar with companies like Estée Lauder, Johnson and Johnson, L’Oréal, and Procter & Gamble), but did you know there is a whole world of beauty companies with unique products to discover?
If you or a family member is diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease, you may be thinking about how to tell your loved ones, specifically how to tell your kids. It’s important to provide reassurance, regardless of your child’s age.
Living with Fibromyalgia (FM) can be a difficult battle to face, especially because of some of the symptoms of the disorder. They can include constant pain, stiffness, and soreness throughout the body. There is, however, medication and certain therapies that are used to manage and control the symptoms. Plus, there is research that has shown that incorporating low-impact exercise and activities into your day-to-day routine can significantly improve your quality of life.