Diet trends are kind of like Kardashians—there’s always at least one making major headlines and taking over our social feeds. One that has gained recent popularity is fasting, which was one of the most Googled diet trends of 2018. Fasting isn’t a new concept, but celebs like Halle Berry, Kourtney Kardashian, Vanessa Hudgens, and Chris Pratt have all
If you’re anything close to the average American, you spend upward of 11 hours a day staring at a screen! Focusing on reading tiny, illuminated text on your cell phone, tablet, laptop and desktop computer for long periods of time can cause eye strain and discomfort, which is detrimental to your vision. Most people who
Of the many surprises pregnancy and childbirth throws you, the post-partum hair loss right when you’re in the depths of intense sleep deprivation – and a ten-day streak of Scotch Finger biscuits for morning tea – feels particularly cruel. It happens because, as dermatologist Leona Yip told Essential Baby, the timing on normal
Big Pharma’s Go-To Defense of Soaring Drug Prices Doesn’t Add Up Many pharmaceutical companies claim that exorbitant drug costs—some companies charge patients $100,000, $200,000, or even $500,000 a year—are necessary to fund expensive research projects that generate new drugs. But “invoking high research costs to justify high drug prices,” Ezekiel J.
You can know about your fitness and health simply by looking at your eyes, hair and skin. This is because various underlying health issues such as heart disease, kidney problems and osteoporosis make themselves heard through the state of your eyes and skin. Eyes Various health conditions can be detected
Lycopene is a naturally occurring chemical that gives fruits and vegetables the bright red color. It is one amongst a number of pigments called carotenoids. Lycopene is found in tomatoes, red cabbage, mango, carrots, apricots, guavas, red oranges, watermelons, pink grapefruits and rosehips. Lycopene is a powerful antioxidant that offers