The body is made up of 60% water. You lose water whenever you sweat, go to the bathroom, even when you breathe. Moreover, you lose water faster when the weather is hot, if you have a fever, or when you’re physically active. If you do not replace . . .
Mangosteen (Garcinia mangostana) is a tropical fruit with a delicate texture and slightly sweet and sour flavor. It is originally from Southeast Asia, but can also be found in different tropical regions around the world. This fruit is also known as . . .
According to a report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately 1 in 7 (30 million) . . .
Who says that you can’t be fit and fine at 60? Who dares to claim that you can’t live to a healthy 100 years old or more? Fitness is the key to good health and a long and glorious life into the golden years. Don’t let your age in . . .
Consuming too many calories and leading a sedentary lifestyle can lead to obesity. Obesity is not just an issue about physical appearance. If not addressed, this condition can increase the risk of many diseases. In this post, we will discuss some of . . .
Some people may think they are depressed when they are experiencing short-lived feelings of unhappiness. Perhaps they have had a bad week or experienced relationship issues that have made them feel in a lower mood than usual. While this may turn into . . .
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 . . .
To lose weight, the calories burned need to be greater than what are consumed. Exercise can help you shed excess pounds by burning off extra calories. It’s important to find an activity that you will enjoy and fits easily into your lifestyle, so . . .
What is aerobic exercise? Aerobic exercise is any activity which gets blood pumping and muscle groups working. Also known as cardiovascular exercise, some examples of this form of exercise include brisk walking, running, cycling, and swimming. Here, . . .
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 . . .