Is CBD A Cure-All? When it comes to relieving aggravating knee pain, a migraine, and other maladies, many people bypass aspirin and other traditional over-the-counter medications and reach for a Cannabidiol (CBD) product instead. CBD, the non-psychoactive compound found in cannabis and hemp products, has been marketed for treating various conditions, including anxiety, depression, chronic … Continue reading “Is CBD A Cure-All?”
Sitting All Day is Terrible For You!
Sitting All Day is Terrible For You! Many adults spend the majority of their workday sitting down, and health experts are concerned about the harmful effects of sedentary jobs. However, a new study from Columbia University says taking a five-minute walk every 30 minutes will help ward off the harmful effects of sitting. There was … Continue reading “Sitting All Day is Terrible For You!”
Hydration: Good Hydration May Lower Disease Risk
Hydration: Good Hydration May Lower Disease Risk It’s often reported that drinking water is essential for overall good health. Still, a new study suggests that drinking enough may lower the risk of developing chronic disease, slow the aging process, and reduce the risk of premature death. In a study published in eBioMedicine in January, a … Continue reading “Hydration: Good Hydration May Lower Disease Risk”
More Walking Tips To Better Health
More Walking Tips To Better Health Walking is one of the most popular physical activities in the country. In fact, walking is good medicine for people who want to exercise but do not have the physical capacity for jogging, hiking, swimming, and other vigorous activities. Walking can be done in your neighborhood, in a park, … Continue reading “More Walking Tips To Better Health”
Insulin in Pills for People with Diabetes?
Insulin in Pills for People with Diabetes? People with type 1 diabetes may not need to give themselves daily insulin injections now that a University of California Riverside (UCR) research team has developed a chemical “tag” that can be added to insulin pills. In recent years, researchers have tested ways for people with diabetes to … Continue reading “Insulin in Pills for People with Diabetes?”
Prediabetes Diagnosis Can Be A Start To a Healthier Life
Prediabetes Diagnosis Can Be A Start To a Healthier Life Helen Hopkins went to see her doctor because she had not been feeling well. Hopkins, 42, said she had “pins and needles in my feet and hands, had put on weight, and was just generally lethargic.” She was surprised when her doctor told her that … Continue reading “Prediabetes Diagnosis Can Be A Start To a Healthier Life”
Your Eyes Can Indicate If You Have High Blood Pressure, Also Known As Hypertension.
Your Eyes Can Indicate If You Have High Blood Pressure, Also Known As Hypertension An old proverb says, “the eyes are windows to the soul,” meaning that your eyes can reveal your emotions and even your thoughts at times. Similarly, the eyes can indicate whether a person has high blood pressure, also known as hypertension. … Continue reading “Your Eyes Can Indicate If You Have High Blood Pressure, Also Known As Hypertension.”
Diabetes: Tips and Info
Diabetes: Tips and Info Do you stay hungry but feel your food isn’t giving you the energy you need to make it through the day? Do you make frequent trips to the bathroom, especially at night? If this is happening to you, you may be at risk for diabetes, a chronic disease that can lead … Continue reading “Diabetes: Tips and Info”
Are Morning Walks Good For You?
Are Morning Walks Good For You? Tracee Herbaugh, a writer and journalist in the Boston area, wanted to shake up her morning routine. So, after dropping off her children at the bus stop, Tracee decided to walk in her neighborhood, even on cold and blustery mornings. Tracee said she chose to walk early in the … Continue reading “Are Morning Walks Good For You?”
This Drink Lowers The Risk of Type-2 Diabetes
This Drink Lowers The Risk of Type-2 Diabetes If you are a coffee lover, the first thing you do after turning off your alarm clock in the morning is getting a cup of coffee. Whether caffeinated or decaffeinated, black or with cream and sugar, there’s nothing like a cup of freshly brewed coffee to help … Continue reading “This Drink Lowers The Risk of Type-2 Diabetes”