Although many factors are out of your control, there are things you can do at home to prevent a flare-up. Sometimes all it takes are the smallest changes to make your environment more suitable for someone living with asthma. Here are a few ways you can prevent an asthma flare-up at your home.
Some days I stumble over how I used to be flashy and useless. And then there are days when there are rainbows in the spray of surf that rolls in all the way from the South China Sea.
Here are 7 things an addict, like I once was, wish you knew. They will be great knowledge for you and an amazing way to support anyone you know that may be going through an addiction.
Of all the global cuisines, there’s nothing that quite compares with the taste and experience of eating traditional, authentic, Italian home cooking.
Even though alcohol is the most commonly addictive substance used in the United States, there are many facts about it you may still not know or be confused about. For example, have you ever asked yourself how long does alcohol stay in your system? Did you know alcohol abuse and alcohol addiction are different things?
What I grew up learning to be healthy as a child, I now know not to be. In elementary school, we studied the food pyramid extensively, and it is now disregarded as a standard for healthy eating. I grew up thinking that I should drink milk to be healthy, as it is a source of calcium. Now I know that milk doesn’t have that much calcium, and doesn’t have many nutritional benefits.
From the prehistoric cave paintings of our Palaeolithic ancestors to the provocative graffiti of contemporary artists like the UK’s elusive ‘Banksy’, art has given people a means by which to escape the often harsh, realities of their everyday lives since time in memoriam.
A new study shows that exercise among older people helps fight depression, dementia and other health conditions, such as heart diseases, cancer, and diabetes.
Certain aspects of gaming can have a positive effect on the brain as well as the health and well-being of the player. The findings from an increasing amount of research in recent years may come as a surprise.
While most people know they’ll lose and manage to limit their playing to fun, there are plenty of people who become addicted and turn into problem gamblers.