If you’re a parent, summer can be a trying time — keeping up with little ones full-time in the hot sun and dealing with frayed tempers due to heat exhaustion and humidity can make anyone frazzled. If you’re a new parent, chances are you’ve heard a lot of different advice on how to deal with babies in the summer, and the best ways to protect their delicate skin from damaging sun exposure.
Today, more people than ever before are working from home, working part time, or working in gigantic office buildings with gorgeous yet impractical open floor plans. All of these unusual working conditions often makes it hard to get anything done. There are ways that you can maximize your productivity and focus your attention on the task at hand. All it takes is a little bit of effort in finding what works for you.
An inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), Crohn’s is comprised of an immune reaction regarding an individual’s intestinal tract. When it comes to the illness, the small intestine tends to be inflamed, which makes it difficult to absorb important nutrients from food, thus interfering with digestion.
Throughout the summer, it’s easy to enjoy the long, hot days outside without thinking about how the heat and sun can affect your beauty routine. If you want to ensure that you protect your overall health, including your skin, hair, and nails, you’ll need to switch up your daily beauty routine during the summer.
Have you ever woken up from sleeping, and found yourself unable to move? This horrific phenomenon has been happening to human beings since we’ve been conscious enough to talk about it, but it’s only been in the last century that we’ve been able to give it a name and start to analyze why it happens to us.
Sometimes, when the rest of our family likes to exercise, and regularly gets outside to work out, it’s easier to just join in rather than sitting on the sidelines. Working out becomes a lot more fun when you have another person or a few other people to keep you accountable, especially if you live in the same house.
As summer begins to reach its highest temperatures, there’s no better way to enjoy it than going outdoors with your friends, family, and pets. While most people are aware of the dangers of excessive heat and sun to humans (sunburn, heat stroke, nausea, etc.), not many realize your four-legged friends also need attention.
Summer is in full swing, and one of the best way to make some memories over the warmer months is inviting friends and family over to break some bread, share some laughs, and enjoy activities in the sun. Hosting a backyard patio party can be fun, but let’s face it, it can also be hectic. From trying to figure out a menu that will satisfy everyone’s taste buds, to ensuring the house is in order for company; organizing a summer gathering can be a daunting task.
Waking up with a sore throat can really throw a wrench into your plans for the day. Sore throats are painful, distracting, and may be the first sign of an impending cold. As it goes with all medical maladies, there’s a ton of misinformation on the subject. So, today on Healthversed, we cut through the clutter and bring you the facts!
If you’re looking for a dog, it might be tempting to look for the cutest and cuddliest dog in the store. Choosing a dog by looks is the way that many people find their canine companion, but you should really be looking at more than looks when it comes to picking a dog that will be with you for at least a decade.
Most hair loss is just one more indignity of the aging process. By age 50, around 85 percent of men and 40 percent of women have thinning hair. The rate at which your hair thins depends largely on heredity. Other common causes of hair loss include stress, hormonal changes, certain medical conditions, and some medications. But did you know that a poor diet can accelerate hair loss? Here are five eating habits that contribute to the problem.
This time of year, colds and fevers are common, and under normal circumstances should be no cause for concern. Bugs pass easily between family members — especially if you have school-aged children — and towns and cities become rife with illness as people struggle to come in to work despite their illnesses.