Just like how you should never Google your medical symptoms (the answer is usually some kind of cancer), you probably shouldn’t be turning to celebrities for health advice either. Here are 15 celebrity health tips that you’d probably be better off not taking.
Urinary incontinence is the involuntary passing of urine, ranging from mild or severe. Although increasingly common, many sufferers of urinary incontinence feel embarrassed and uncomfortable when they experience an episode. About a third of people over age 60 are estimated to be incontinent, and it is not uncommon at earlier stages of development.
Headaches are very common. So it’s not too surprising that headaches are commonly misunderstood and sometimes confused with well-intentioned second (and third) hand opinions and suggestions. Some work. Some don’t. Here at Healthversed, we will help sort out what are the best ways to combat those annoying headaches.
Hearing the words “you have diabetes” can be devastating on the best of days. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), an estimated 21 million people in this country have already gone through the shock of hearing that they have diabetes.
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease is a major health concern in the U.S. This disease of the respiratory system causes restricted airflow and an abnormal inflammatory response, which can make something as simple as breathing extremely difficult.
Aging is an inevitable process that many people try to avoid. However, if you aren’t careful, you could actually be speeding up the aging process instead of slowing it down. An unhealthy lifestyle, poor diet, stress, caffeine, smoking, a sedentary lifestyle, alcohol, and pollution can all contribute to aging skin and wrinkles. Some home remedies have a touch of nature that can help turn back the hands of time and slow down the aging process.
Type 2 diabetes is a condition that affects over 12 percent of adults in America. It is sometimes referred to as non-insulin dependent diabetes or adult-onset diabetes. This condition affects the way that the body uses sugar. It occurs when the body either does not produce enough insulin, or the body is resistant to insulin, the hormone that regulates blood sugar.
Being a woman comes with its own set of perks as well as its own set of challenges, particularly when it comes to women’s health. Our intricate reproductive systems should be closely monitored for abnormalities as many women are unfamiliar with the signs that could indicate a possible health issue or condition. If one of your goals for this year is to take charge of your health, here are 18 issues specific to women that you should know about.
The scientific method is built on a foundation of trial and error. Scientists with fancy lab coats and even fancier Read More
If you use Instagram, you’ve probably stumbled across the feed of some D-list celebrity trying to use endorsements to pay their bills, who clumsily incorporate ridiculous products like herbal supplements and waist trainers into their heavily Photoshopped photos.
Modern medicine has come a long way since the days of bloodletting and leeching and continues to make incredible advancements every day. Despite the incredible array of effective treatments available to us, “quack cures” that aren’t supported by the scientific method are still commonly used.
Although ancient history is often dry and not very relevant, it’s interesting that aspirin, chemically known as acetylsalicylic acid or ASA–by far the world’s best known and most popular drug–has been around a long, long time.
Studies have shown that pet owners enjoy a wide variety of health benefits. In fact, a study at Cambridge University found that owning a pet produced improvements in general health in as little as one month.
You’re here for a reason. No, I don’t mean in the existential, “Why are we all here?” sense. I mean, you’ve traveled all the way from Log-in to Google to Healthversed (that’s if you haven’t made us your homepage yet) to learn about your body and what goes in to it.