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10 Foods for Better Hair Health

Hair health is directly linked to a number of factors, including the foods we eat. While hair quality and density can be impacted by things like age, medical conditions, and genetics, nutrition contributes significantly to healthy, strong, shiny hair. Fortunately, there are some easy ways to adjust your diet to include hair-healthy foods. Read on to learn more. 1. Fatty Fish High-fat-content fish is one of the best sources of omega-3... ❯❯❯

Why You Should Consider Travel Insurance for Seniors

Why You Should Consider Travel Insurance for Seniors‍When you’re a senior, every day can feel like an adventure. The golden years are a perfect time to see the world and experience as much of it as possible. If you’re planning on traveling soon, you might be wondering if travel insurance for seniors is something you need. Many people overlook this coverage when they’re planning a trip. After all, many adults in their 20s and 30s don’t feel like seniors just yet! However, once you get... ❯❯❯

Weight Training vs. Strength Training: What’s the Difference?

While the terms “weight training” and “strength training” are often used interchangeably, there is actually a difference. Both are a way to get stronger, improve your health and fitness, and/or lose weight. It’s also important to do both correctly in order to prevent injury and get lasting results. However, generally speaking, weight training is using weights to improve your general health and fitness, and strength training is a... ❯❯❯

Five Herbs to Help Curb Your Cravings When Suffering From Addiction

Addiction is one of the hardest battles to face in life and the self control it can take to stay on track with recovery, as well as the toll both addiction and withdrawals can have on the body can lead to cravings that may leave recovery hanging in the balance. Suffering from drug abuse is difficult to overcome, and taking the first step to treatment can prove difficult in itself. Then the effort and determination that’s needed to go... ❯❯❯

8 Tips for Vacationing During Menopause

8 Tips for Vacationing During MenopauseMenopause is an overwhelming time, and it makes many women feel completely out of control of their bodies. Lots of menopausal women stop traveling altogether, for fear that a hot flash will strike while they aren’t at home. If you’ve stopped going on trips because you’re going through menopause, we’re here to tell you that traveling during menopause is totally possible — it just takes proper preparation.  Here are our top eight tips... ❯❯❯

The Complete Finger Food for Children

Finger foods are made in a style that can be eaten using hands and are familiar to children. These foods can be introduced to a child after they master purees. However, the introduction time is different for babies; but it mainly occurs within seven to nine months. At this time, the child is mastering the palmar grasp, and they are also learning how to put their hands in the mouth. The WHO recommends these foods be introduced at six... ❯❯❯

Ayurvedic Products: Holistic Approach to a Healthy Lifestyle

Ayurveda, one of India's most ancient and revered medical systems, has its roots in the Vedic scriptures. As the Sanskrit words Ayur and Veda indicate life and wisdom, the term Ayurveda was coined. This "Science of Life" focuses on maintaining harmony between mind, body, and soul in indigenous herbal medicine. These three biophysical forces (doshas) are present in everyone, but one is more prominent than the other two in the human... ❯❯❯

Owatonna Chiropractor Gives Advice on Reducing Back Pain and Neck Pain

Working with patients every day has taught me two stark realities. The first is that most Americans have been systematically trained to believe that they are not capable of taking control of, building up, and regaining their health. The second is that there is a serious want for knowledge concerning exercises for the spinal column. Most people are aware of the benefits of doing bicep curls to help build the strength of the arms. What... ❯❯❯

5 Health Concerns You Should Address before You Travel to Asia

5 Health Concerns You Should Address before You Travel to AsiaAsia is a densely populated region with widespread poverty and limited access to health services combined with a lack of universal healthcare. In this environment, communicable diseases are prevalent and regional pandemics are frequent. It’s important for travelers to be aware of these risks before traveling to Asia so you can take steps to protect your health. The CDC recommends that you check the latest updates on vaccinations and... ❯❯❯

Should I Go To Urgent Care Or The Emergency Room?

Urgent Care or Emergency Room? Our health is important to us. Yet it’s difficult to know whether or not you should go to an urgent care or the emergency room when something is wrong. Every day we get up and notice how we feel. Usually, we feel fine, but it can be hard to know what to do when we’re not feeling so well. Do I stay home? Do I go to the doctor? The question becomes even more important when we are injured or feel very ill;... ❯❯❯

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