Find yourself working overtime and wondering why you’re still not finished your project? After all, you’ve got a whole eight hours if you’re an average
Wednesday, we talked about some of the effects of the coronavirus. Not the medical and political effects – you watch the news. We don’t need
Norwegians call it fylleangst… But you might recognize it in its millennial incarnation: “hangxiety.” Believe it or not, it’s become so heavily referenced in popular
When you brush your teeth, are you spitting red?
About 90% of the population admits to it.
Bleeding gums, as we know, is generally a sign that your gums are inflamed. And if there’s anything we know about inflammation, it’s that it’s bad news when any body part is inflamed. It’s a symptom of infection. It means something isn’t right.
If you’re like most of the population, your understanding of what goes on in your mouth is limited. Basically, you notice when something out of the ordinary happens. But…
Before World War I, Karlsbad (now Czechoslovakia) was actually considered the best place in Europe to get your digestive issues treated. An Austrian physician working
It’s considered the hallmark of adulthood: “I’m so tired.”
Nap culture, staying-in-on-a-Friday culture, bragging-about-how-little-sleep-you-got culture is rampant in 2019. But have you ever thought about how your REM cycle affects your gut culture?
Science is beginning to wake up to the relationship between your gut microbiome and the quality and quantity of sleep you’re getting. If there is a gut-brain axis, and your gut health can affect anything from your ADHD condition to the eczema on your skin, why shouldn’t sleep factor into your overall digestive health?