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.
Though the Internet is our business, here at Healthversed, we sympathize with your earnest attempt to shelter your children (or grandchildren) from an endless deluge of half-baked political discourse. So today, we’ve ransacked the Public Library’s collection of vintage toy store catalogues to compile a comprehensive list of tech-less activities for you and your youngster. Ready? Let’s go!
Today on Healthversed, we’re going to lay a foundation for you before you start weightlifting. By the end of this article, you’ll know the difference between free weights and barbells, you’ll know how to set goals for yourself, you’ll know what not to do at the gym and a lot more. So, fix yourself a pre-workout drink, strap on your gym shoes, and let’s get lifting!
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.
Since autism is so misunderstood, we’re here today to clarify some common misconceptions which should set you on the road to being a better and more understanding person when conversing with a person affected by autism.
Most of us are guilty of not always treating our body like the temple it is. Sadly, a lot of the best things in life aren’t good for us in large amounts and alcohol is no different. While the short-term affects of relaxation, euphoria, and lowered inhibitions might sound fun, the long-term affects of heavy alcohol use are quite damaging and could significantly shorten your lifespan.
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.