Monthly Archives: October 2016

Hot Flashes: Tips And Tricks To Beat The Heat
Over 85 percent of women experience hot flashes during menopause, according to Hot Flash Freedom. Doctors and experts still haven’t identified the [...]
Earth Day checklist: five simple things you can do to make a difference
Celebrating Earth Day on 22 April is nice, but is one day truly enough? Madeleine Somerville describes five small lifestyle shifts that will make a big [...]
8 facts you need to know about lupus and how you can help
Image: Donte Neal / Mashable Imagine if, one day, your body decided to turn on itself. Instead of keeping you healthy and fighting against infections, it [...]
This May Be The Most Insane Drug Trend Of All Time
Another day, another bizarre drug craze — this time, in Pakistan. A man namedSohbat Khan has been making headlines for his obscure, cringeworthy [...]
Could Exercise and Our Obsession with the Calorie be Making Us Fat
So much time, money, and, well, energy are put into burning off all that food. But does that really make a difference?”> And because we eat too much, [...]
The Power Of Touch: Improving Your Mental And Physical Well-Being
Since the beginning of mankind, the senseof touch has been an important and powerful tool. We use our sense of touch to navigate in the dark. We use it to [...]
These are 7 things they don’t tell you about living with PCOS.
It was a cold, dreary day during my freshman year of college when the doctor said life-changing words: You have PCOS,” she said unemotionally as she [...]
Ladyhawke: I was always drunk on stage. Its how I hid my anxiety
After her first two albums, synthpop star Pip Brown lost herself in LA. But now shes sober, married, and back with the vibrant glam of Wild Things Almost [...]
Internet strangers are helping each other manage chronic illnesses. It’s wonderful.
Being diagnosed with a chronic health problem can be terrifying and isolating even more so if it means changing your diet, your lifestyle, and the products [...]
Going viral: why diseases are infecting fiction
As the Zika virus casts a shadow over the Rio Olympics, Rob Ewing explores the growing fascination with epidemics in literature and film Before Zika [...]