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
Although it’s been long debunked that Valentine’s Day is not, in fact, a candy-company holiday but a bona-fide romance-fest. There are many legends regarding why, perhaps the most common story featuring a priest named Valentine who would marry young couples in secret to save the men from going to war.
So by the 1700s, commercial cards were being sold for Valentine’s Day and everyone was encouraged to find a date, so that you’re not caught celebrating alone.
The internet is saturated with advice on how to manicure your body and finetune it like a microchip — washboard abs, Madonna arms, digestive purges, leg day, chest day, back sculpting, squat thrusts, etc.
In the noise, you may find yourself confused about where to start and what’s important.
The truth is, being active and healthy is a lifestyle. That means it should be a part of your behavior all day, every day.
In 2017, one study reported that one in six Americans takes an SSRI for a mental illness every day. That was nearly two years ago
Sleep and Endotoxemia [00:00:00] Are you tired of waking up in the middle of the night tossing and turning, waking up at three in the
Apple cider vinegar had its moment in the sun during the Pinterest craze of the early 2000s. Though it’s experiencing a resurgence now, the public’s undulating focus on the sweet and tart miracle elixir is nothing new.
Since at least 2,500 years ago, when the nomadic Aryan tribe soured their apple wine (read: fermented) and made apple cider vinegar’s ancestor, people have been using apple cider vinegar for all kinds of things – without the peer-reviewed chemical evidence we have today.