The weather has cooled, summer is officially over, and pumpkin-flavored foods are in every coffee shop, grocery store, and farmer’s market around us. While the smell and taste evoke warmth and coziness and fills you with thoughts of grandma’s Thanksgiving pumpkin pie, there are several other reasons to love this seasonal gourd.
Many people love to travel, but no one likes for their trip to be ruined by an unexpected sickness. While you can get sick at home or abroad, some sicknesses are more common to catch while away from home.
Some bad habits are more obvious than others. We all know that smoking, drinking alcohol, and eating junk food causes harm to our health. But did you hear the recent news story about the 20-year-old girl who stayed up late too many days in a row? You might not believe what this unhealthy choice led to.
Have you ever heard of geroscience? It’s a relatively new field and it’s the study of aging. The National Institute on Aging defines it as the “intersection of basic aging biology, chronic disease, and health.”
Is red meat bad for you? It depends who you ask. Some praise red meat for its iron and protein content, while others warn that you should stay far away from red meat if you want to keep your gut feeling light and healthy.
If you’re someone who relies on medication in your everyday life, then you’re likely well aware of one unfortunate fact of life: rising drug prices. As the cost of prescription medications increase, the group of people that is most heavily affected is those who rely on these drugs.
When people think of COVID-19 deaths, people typically envision an older person, maybe even an older person in a care home. And while many people who have died of COVID-19 are older, about one in five COVID-19 deaths are of people under the age of 65.
Ivermectin is medication used for treatment of parasites in animals. It is grouped with some other similar drugs under the class of macrocyclic lactones, and commonly used by farm animal and domestic animal veterinarians to treat all manner of external and internal parasites in dogs, cats, cattle, pigs, and horses.
Everything’s coming up roses! Everywhere we look there’s a new rose product on the market for your skin, home, or belly! In your regular grocery stores, you can find rose-scented household cleansers and soaps by Mrs. Myers, rose water drinks by Dirty Lemon, and even rose water shampoo and conditioner by Pantene.
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