Epilepsy is a neurological disorder that affects the brain and causes seizures. People with epilepsy often face stigma from society at large, simply because the general public isn’t educated about what epilepsy is and how easily it can be managed.
Just because it makes you look beautiful doesn’t mean that it’ll make you feel beautiful, too. Beauty products contain a lot of synthetic, complex, and downright strange ingredients. Some can cause cancer. Some are terrible for the environment.
Science has come a long way since the days of the tape-worm diet. Unfortunately, we’re still waiting for the “old-wives” to catch up. Today on Healthversed, we’re going to do our very best to finally lay these 20 health myths to rest.
What makes a food “healthy” is just as impossible to pin down. So let’s get into why your “healthy foods” might not be as wonderful as all the hype says they are.
Your cell phone is more than just a lean, mean, selfie taking machine. It’s a multi-tool that can supply you with a seemingly endless number of life-enhancing, change inducing apps. We aren’t talking about Candy Crush or Clash of Clans here. We’re talking about practical companions!
A lot of these trends have recently been debunked as ineffective at best, while some have been proven to actually be harmful. Here is a list of health trends that aren’t actually as healthy as you think.
Today, we’re going to explore and debunk 12 fat-busting myths for your low-calorie enjoyment. Grab a glass of water, take a big, deep breath and join us on an informative journey through your fridge.
Everyone has their own particular pet peeves, and not blowing up at someone who is chewing with their mouth open or using their sleeve to wipe their nose instead of a Kleenex is an act of tremendous self-control. Here are a few common pet peeves.
Each culture and ethnic group around the world defines beauty differently. For women, in particular, there are some very exacting standards to live up to if you want to be known for your looks. Here are a few examples of female beauty ideals from around the world. Many are contradictory, but all of them represent the values held by that culture.
You have them for breakfast. You have them for lunch. You snack on them when you’re feeling peckish and, oh yeah, you also eat them for dinner. Avocados are more than just delicious. They’re good for you and even better for your Instagram feed. Sure, the tattoo might have been overkill, but your avocado addiction can actually be a good thing.
The last thing you want when you go to the doctor’s office is for your physician to say, “I’m sorry, but we just don’t know what’s wrong with you.” Unfortunately, this happens more than health professionals like to admit.
People who have anxiety often suffer in silence much longer than they have to, and are afraid to seek help for something that they think they should just be able to talk themselves out of.
For every successful person in business, there are a whole host of others lurking in the shadows who just never hit on the right formula for success. However, a good business person will learn quickly that it isn’t just about having one good idea. You must push yourself through failure after failure in order to succeed. Life will never just hand you something for free — you have to work for it.
Have you ever caught yourself dreaming of “You 2.0”? Don’t worry, longing for improvement is natural and healthy when practiced in moderation. It’s the soil in which the seeds of change are planted.
Every day on the news, we watch as the stock market rises and falls based on the actions of a few select people. These people run enormous tech companies, television networks, and investment organizations. We see them in the news more and more as the media has become obsessed with the person behind the product – computers now aren’t about the technology, they’re about the lifestyle, and who better to promote it than the man or woman who made it all possible. The thing is, there is a lot about these great people that we don’t realize.