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Learning To Avoid Fake Or Dangerous Supplements

The supplement business is a $123 billion dollar global industry that is expected to reach $231 billion by 2027. Amazon sells 77% of the supplements sold online, more than the top five specialty retailers combined. There’s just one problem – many of the supplements sold on Amazon are sold by third-party sellers and it’s not […]

Gut Health: How To Identify Problems & Improve Digestion

“You are what you eat” is a phrase that has been thrown around for decades. However, roughly 80% of people believe information about healthy foods is conflicting. Nearly 60% say that this conflicting info makes them unsure which foods might actually help their bodies thrive. Such uncertainty can lead to poor food choices, which could […]

Is It Time To Reevaluate Screen Time For Kids?

Screen time is something parents are perpetually warned about. Back in the days when there was only television the popular refrain was “too much tv will rot your brain.” As screens evolved into things we use for work, school, entertainment, and communication, there was a real fear that too much screen time would be detrimental […]

How To Start Raising Stronger Kids Today

Bullying is a difficult topic for many parents to think about. Parents want to protect kids from any threat that comes their way, but bullying is especially difficult to deal with for a number of reasons. It usually happens out of view of adults and by the time it gets bad enough for most parents […]

Popular Sexual Health Myths Debunked

Myths and misconceptions about sexual health are surprisingly common. While over the decades there has been a shift towards more education on sex and reproductive health, it’s not always enough to debunk the popular myths surrounding intimacy, STIs, and reproductive health that many people still have.   Common areas of confusion when it comes to […]

Adult Daycare, The Pandemic And Fighting The Loneliness Epidemic

Loneliness has become an epidemic in the United States. People no longer live with extended family in multi-generational homes, and the norm has people spreading out into personal space and interacting with others as little as possible. Unfortunately the side effect is rising loneliness – last year 61% of Americans said they felt lonely all […]

Physical Fitness In A Pandemic: Extended Reality Sports

The pandemic has impacted every part of our lives, including our ability to get sufficient exercise. Gyms have mostly been shuttered in an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19, and in-person sports have also been suspended in many cases out of concern for the close proximity of the players. Home exercise equipment sales have […]

How Clinical Trials Work – And What It Means For COVID-19

Will we ever have a cure for the novel coronavirus? That is on the minds of most people around the world right now, ranging from individuals wondering whether it will ever be safe for them to go back to work to business owners wondering how to reopen safely to government officials working tirelessly to stop […]

How Sleep Affects Health

Sleeplessness affects multiple aspects of our lives. It can make us sick, cause mental health distress, and more. It’s important to get enough sleep every night for a multitude of reasons, but especially right now that is easier said than done. People are reporting strange, vivid dreams and nightmares, which are likely to be a […]

Treating Musculoskeletal Injuries

Musculoskeletal conditions are a leading factor in disability worldwide, and many of these injuries occur in the workplace from overuse or misuse. Once an injury occurs, not treating it properly can compound the problem, leading to lifelong dysfunction. Unfortunately many people think there isn’t a reliable treatment for such injuries so they don’t take the […]