What Do Non-Diabetic Blood Sugar Spikes Early in Pregnancy Have to Do with Your Unborn Baby? - A Lot!

When you are expecting a baby, you hope for the best and do everything in your power to protect the health of your unborn child.

Marijuana Isn’t as Harmless for Those Under 25 as You Think. Here are Some Startling Finds

A recent national drug use survey suggests an increase in the rates of marijuana use among senior high school students in the United States. Six percent of 12th graders or 1 in 16 high school seniors report daily use.

Eat to Feel Happy or Eat to Feel Sad - It’s Your Choice

Most of us know that eating healthy helps prevent developing a variety of diseases, including cancer, heart disease and diabetes. What you may not know is that what you eat may significantly affect your mood. Moreover, what is recommended that you eat in order to prevent mental distress may change as you age.

The Strange Link Between Hot Flashes & Diabetes

Menopause is inevitable for every female. It marks the end of fertility for women.

Knowing About “Drunkorexia” Can Save Your Child’s Life

I learned about “drunkorexia” the hard way the other night when a “very close family member” called me, asking for a ride home after he was arrested for driving under the influence. He was heading home after a night out with friends and was “pulled over” by the police.

His Heart Stopped, but They Brought Him Back to Life. Let’s Talk About College Athlete Tyvoris Solomon

On Saturday, December 2, 2017 at Raleigh, North Carolina’s PNC Arena, cheers and excitement from spectators at a college basketball game abruptly turned into cries and panic.

The Real Message We Need to Take from the Death of San Francisco’s Mayor at 65

San Francisco Mayor Edwin Lee died earlier today from a heart attack. He was the 43rd mayor of the city and first Asian-American to hold this position. Lee was grocery shopping in his neighborhood store when he suffered the attack, and he died later at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital. He was just 65-years-old and is survived by his wife and two daughters.

Why You Shouldn’t Let the Smell of Cabbage Keep You Away

Some people may not like to cook cabbage because of the unpleasant smell. The smell is pretty strong and gets stronger the longer you cook it. However, as you will see, the benefits outweigh the smell, so it is important to learn more about this nutrient packed vegetable and consider adding it to your diet.

When Serious Depression Strikes, No One is Safe

The country was shocked, saddened and angered over the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history at a music festival in Las Vegas that left 58 dead and close to 500 wounded. Our hearts still ache for the families and communities impacted by this tragedy.

Poor Eating Habits is Killing Half of America

Nearly half of all American adults - 117 million people - have chronic diseases which are related to poor diet and physical inactivity. And one of these diseases is heart failure.

Study Suggests that Baldness Can Signal Those at Risk for Heart Disease

Heart disease, also referred to as cardiovascular disease (CVD), is reportedly the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States.

The Health Benefits of Having a Dirty Mouth

A proper dental hygiene routine usually involves three steps: floss, brush and mouthwash. But the last of these steps is causing some concern in the healthcare field.

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