As we age, many of our functions gradually decline. Unfortunately, one of those functions is our hearing. Being able to hear sounds is crucial; it warns us of danger, enables us to maintain social relationships, and allows us to enjoy music. Currently, 15% of people in America ages 20 and up suffer from “moderate or greater” hearing loss. This number is expected to rise as the population ages.
Ahh turmeric. It’s been adding color, bite, and depth to Eastern inspired foodstuffs for centuries. South Africans cook rice with it. The Vietnamese add it to their traditional crepe-like dish banh xeo. And your favorite curry just wouldn’t quite taste the same without it.
With the dog days of summer fast approaching, it seems like forever before we’ll feel cool again. If you don’t have an air conditioning unit or central air in your home, you could spend your days (and even nights) feeling miserable unless you’re able to cool down your home.
The mercury in your proverbial thermometer may be rising and your vehicle’s windows may be lowering but, brace yourself, the sniffles are coming. Fret not our hapless spring wanderer. For Healthversed is here to arm you with a few tricks of the seasonal trade that we’ve picked up on our own journey.
It’s red, it aches and it’s next to impossible to hide. Living with rosacea can be a real pain. For the unaware, rosacea is a chronic skin malady that causes redness and swelling in an individual’s chin, cheeks, nose and forehead
While a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s means that the patient will eventually succumb to the full effects of the disease, there are things that we can do to reduce our risk of being diagnosed.
For some, the idea of sharing a bed with their spouse or partners is bliss. For others, it can be a wonderful dream that slowly turns into a nightmare when you learn all of the things your spouse does while asleep. One of the most annoying and upsetting things to have to deal with is a snoring spouse.
Although baldness is most commonly associated with men, 40 percent of women begin to lose hair by middle age. Because long, healthy hair is often associated with beauty and femininity, female hair loss can be especially damaging to a woman’s confidence.
Diabetes is a disease which alters the way your body uses blood sugar, also known as glucose. The disease affects over 21 million people in the US. There are two types of diabetes, type 1 and type 2, and each differs in the way the body uses and produces insulin.
Essential oils have recently experienced a resurgence in popularity. It is true that these oils can bring a lot of positivity into your life just by trying them out.
Itchy scalps are incredibly common. Want proof? Just take a look at how many DIY remedies exist in the world. Today on Healthversed, we’ve compiled 13 DIY, itchy scalp remedies for your scratch-free pleasure. Let’s go!
In theory, technology is supposed to make our lives easier! In reality, not so much. The constant barrage of e-mails, invites, and notifications can really add to the stress of the day. Luckily, the science of stress relief has come a long way too.
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.