As the days get shorter and summer comes to an end, so does the desire to be outside. Keeping healthy during the colder months can be a bit more challenging, and we are here to give you some tips on how to do it.
As the summer season is coming to an end, we’ll soon be switching out our tank tops for sweaters and shorts for long pants. And, while it may be upsetting to see that sun-kissed summer glow fade away, it’s important to keep your skin healthy and protected all year long—not just in the sunny summer months.
There is a lot of misinformation and misconceptions out there surrounding STIs (sexually transmitted infections), especially around Human Papillomavirus, also known as HPV. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), HPV is the most common sexually transmitted infection in the United States. Learn the facts about HPV and how to stay healthy.
It's that time again: Back to School!
When your kids are at home it's easy to make sure they keep up with good health habits, but what about when they start school?
If you’ve ever had an issue with certain types of food, your first thought might be that you have an allergy—but that's not always the case. Researchers have estimated that up to 15 million Americans have food allergies. Food-related issues like delayed sensitivity or intolerance may cause other problems such as IBS, migraines, and fibromyalgia which unfortunately affect 60,000,000 Americans, with roughly 2/3 of them being women.