In approximately every 40 seconds, an American will have a heart attack. About 14% of these attacks end in death. This makes cardiovascular disease the leading cause of death in the United States. Preventing heart attacks can be as simple as making healthy lifestyle choices. A poor diet, a lack of movement, and other unhealthy habits can
Breast cancer can be sneaky. While some women immediately display symptoms, many go through life showing no symptoms until the disease takes hold. And the longer the cancer goes undetected, the less likely it is to have a successful treatment. There are many ways to detect breast cancer early, and here are some of them.
Menstruation is considered the rite of passage to womanhood among young girls. Once you had your first period, you are now capable of bearing and birthing a child. Girls as young as 8 or 9 experience their first periods, while others have theirs in their teenage years. Women and girls are supposed to experience monthly
An annual beauty purchasing survey done by TABS Analytics, a tech-enabled consumer analytics firm, confirms our observation on social media: Millennials are really into skincare. “Millennials are the highest buyers, the heaviest buyers of skincare,” says Kurt Jetta, CEO of TABS Analytics. According to him, the number of people and the frequency of purchase have
An alcoholic or addict’s fight doesn’t end in rehab. Most often than not, the real battle happens when they’re outside, back with their families and social circles. Here, they will experience the highs and the lows, the pressure and probably the same triggers which drove them to drink too much in the first place. According