As the days grow shorter during the fall and winter months, many people find themselves feeling a little down and depressed. If you’re one of them, you may be suffering from seasonal affective disorder (SAD).
Some food fads can be really good for you, as long as you know what to look for and how to incorporate them into your daily routine. Here are some food fads that are more than just fads; they’re actually good for you.
Some people deal with stress better than others. Unfortunately, some turn to drugs or alcohol when they feel high levels of stress. Here are some healthy ways to deal with stress that can help you cope and positively impact your mental and physical health.
For people who don’t have obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), it can be very difficult for them to understand the condition. Here’s what you need to know about the condition to better understand it.
When you apply sunscreen you have a lot of area to cover. It can be easy to underestimate just how much sunscreen you need to cover your whole body – not to mention that there are some spots you may simply miss.
Summer is heating up, but that doesn’t mean your workout has to suffer. Here are a few tips for exercising in the heat.
When you get pregnant, you’ll likely already be familiar with some of the tests your doctors will perform over the next nine months. However, there are quite a few you may not have heard of before.
The CDC reports that there are about 76 million foodborne illnesses every year. This doesn’t mean that you should avoid vegetables and fresh fruit. It does mean that you need to understand the potentially toxic risks when your family is picking out its favorite summer fruits and vegetables.
College students make up one of the largest groups of drug abusers nationwide. Worse, young people between the ages of 18 and 24 have a heightened risk of addiction.
While some children with ADHD outgrow it, about 60 percent still have it as adults. In fact, some adults have ADHD and don’t know it. Here are some signs that may indicate you have adult ADHD.