Although bloating can signify a serious illness, it is usually caused by specific foods.
Doctors have recorded this new type of hepatitis in children from 1 month to 16 years, and 17 kids needed a liver transplant.
Working out transforms not only your body but also relieves stress and improves your mood, so wouldn’t there be more benefits to your body if you train every day?
Here are some fitness myths everyone seems to believe to be true! Just remember to take these debunked myths with a grain of salt. This is the Internet, after all.
Whether it is from eating something that doesn’t agree with you or a random case of nausea, we all get an upset stomach from time to time.
You see, our bodies aren’t meant for this much satisfaction, and after binging 10-15 episodes, you start to realize something’s off about you…
Naturally, the latter has always been the cornerstone of many concerns and speculations about spicy food being harmful. But is it really bad for you?
This is exactly how the experts recommend slimming down.
Maybe some of you will take it to heart and find the strength to dump the dishes that make you sick.
Let’s take a look at some facts about working out that you probably didn’t know. And if you did, here’s a nice refresher.
Unless you’ve been really actively avoiding the news, you’ve probably heard of this virus called Covid-19 that’s taking over the world. It’s got everything you’d expect from a regular old flu, only that it’s way more contagious and slightly more lethal. You might be asking yourself how you might survive a virus like that, but we’ve got just the tips that will help you.
We don’t live in an ideal world. In fact, there’s a new pandemic called the nCoV-2019 in China and the past decade was full of horrible disease outbreaks that infected hundreds of thousands of people and killed many of them too. Let’s take a look at 8 biggest infectious disease outbreaks of the last decade and learn a little about how to identify them and how to protect ourselves from them.
We keep hearing in the media about obesity rates skyrocketing but we’re also all obsessed with looking fit. But what is fit? What’s a healthy body? Is there one ideal for all? Let’s take a walk down memory lane and see what was considered healthy throughout history.