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.

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.

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 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.

History’s Deadliest Plagues and Pandemics

Today, we explore some of the deadliest plagues and pandemics of all time. The grim details are shocking, the death tolls are near incomprehensible, and the threat is far from over. Doctors continue to stave off potential threats to this day.

It’s In You to Give: Beginner’s Guide to Giving Blood

Every single day, all over the world, there are patients in need of blood. According to statistics provided by the Red Cross, someone in the United States requires blood every two seconds and about 36,000 red blood cell units are needed on a daily basis. The demand is constant, and the donation process easy.

10 Strangest Medicine Side Effects

Medicine can do some strange things to a human body. These off-putting side effects are rare enough that they often don’t make it into the commercial. However, despite their rarity, occasionally a person is unfortunate enough to discover these unsettling results.

Maximize Your Grocery Shopping Potential

Although no one likes having to tighten their purse-strings in the budgeting department, one easy place to target if you’re looking to save money is your grocery budget. There are tons of tips and tricks that you can use to maximize your grocery money in order to get everything you need at a much lower price than you’re used to paying.

Common Misconceptions about Cancer That Need to Be Squashed

It’s in our movies, books, and reality TV shows. It touches our lives, and the lives of our loved ones in tragic, life changing ways. And yet, in spite of unfettered access to decades of in-depth research, cancer remains shrouded in mystery and misconceptions.

How to Stay Healthy This Summer

There’s something about summer that makes a dripping popsicle, or bowl of chips and dip an absolute requirement. If you’re still trying to stay healthy, we’ve collected a few tips that will help you enjoy your summer while still treating your body right.

The Psychology of Eating Disorders

Eating disorders are on the rise in North America. While many people think they are the result of a conscious choice influenced by culture alone, this is not the case. Recent research demonstrates that eating disorders are illnesses with psychological and neurobiological roots.

Must Do Activities to Add to Your Summer Bucket List

Summer is here! Even though the thermometer has hit the high 80s early this year, it isn’t officially summer until June 21st. And now that we’ve passed that date, it’s the perfect time to plan out your ultimate summer bucket list!

Living with Lactose Intolerance

There are plenty of delicious, lactose-free alternatives to popular foodstuffs and plenty of treatment options. Today on Healthversed, we’re going to dunk our proverbial cookies in to some lactose-free milk and hopefully learn a little along the way.

Flu Season: Why You Should Vaccinate Your Kids

You’ve likely suffered from the flu at least once in your life. It isn’t fun, is it? Maybe you’re a new parent and you’re worried about your child getting the flu. If that’s the case, you’ve come to the right place. Many parents have doubts about the flu shot, but we’ve come up with 10 great reasons why you should vaccinate your kids.