CDC (Centers of Disease Control and Prevention) every year more than 700,000 people in the United States get gonorrhea infections. It is the second most common sexually transmitted infection after chlamydia.
Welcome friend and Certified Natural Health Practitioner, Christine Roseberry.
Almost two-thirds of American adults are overweight or obese. Childhood obesity has more than tripled in the past thirty years. Heart disease and cancer are the leading causes of death in America, with stroke and diabetes not too far behind. Those are staggering statistics. But, interestingly all these diseases are all linked to an unhealthy diet. As a result, many are discovering the benefits of a plant-based diet. Yes, making healthy changes to your diet can be one of the biggest means of preventing and reducing your risk of disease. In his book The China Study, Dr. T. Colin Campbell proves that a diet rich in whole plant-based foods is ideal for humans. In fact, it actually proves that it is a significant contributing factor to a longer, healthier life.
Apparently, we outlive men! We won't say that avoiding to go to see a doctor and getting regular checkups it's just "a guy thing", because we are guilty of doing that also. Here are some tips to help the men in our lives stay healthy.
As women we need to get more involved with our political process. There is no way we can afford to ignore it anymore. Whether it's healthcare, immigration, the economy or any other number of important topics - they are all interrelated and affect us all.
There is some news especially for the chocoholics, a recent study that was published in the British Medical Journal revealed that dark chocolate consumption for ten years could protect the heart. Really??? Well, lets not run to a Godiva store just yet, lets talk about this...