Why is knowing how to boost your immune system important? A new disease, COVID-19 (also known as the novel coronavirus) recently became the top headline on practically every major news network. It has become a public health emergency, not only in China . . .
Tobacco smoke is harmful to your health. Cigarettes contain about 600 ingredients. When they burn, these ingredients generate over 7,000 chemicals. Many of these chemicals are poisonous and at least 69 are linked to cancer. The substances inhaled don’t . . .
Many of us believe that having a good posture is only about standing up straight. But in reality, it’s more than that. Posture affects your long-term health as well as your body shape. In today’s world where we are hunching over our laptop computers . . .
The impact of alcohol starts from the moment you take the first sip. While that occasional glass of wine is not a cause for concern, drinking too much beer, rum, whiskey, gin, vodka or tequila can take its toll. Read on to know more about the effects . . .
What is hypertension in layman’s terms? Simply put, hypertension is high blood pressure. The pressure of blood in your body determines the rate that oxygen is supplied to your organs and cells, which essentially helps keep them alive and functioning . . .
We’ve been told since we were young to think positive, be optimistic, dream big, and good things will happen. While these may sound like cliches, there are actually quite a number of benefits you’ll get if you think positively. In this article, . . .
Many of us are familiar with the appearance and lumpy feeling of cellulite. Women, in particular, want to make cellulite less noticeable as they are often more conscious about the look and shape of their body. While it is more often seen in overweight . . .
What is physical fitness? Physical fitness is a measure of the body’s ability to function effectively in daily activities, work, and sports. It is a person’s overall state of health and well-being. However, physical fitness can be difficult to . . .
Exercise refers to any coordinated movement that makes muscles work and requires the body to burn calories. There are different types of exercises, such as aerobic exercises (running, swimming), strength exercises (push-ups, lifting weights), balance . . .
As babies, we all knew how to breathe properly. But as we grew older, leading a stressful lifestyle can cause us to lose that ability. As a result, most of us breathe in a dysfunctional way. Dysfunctional breathing can make us feel winded during physical . . .