Posts in Wellness Features Blog
I Got Out: My Experiences After 1 Month of Daily Tianeptine Sulfate

I was caught up in a dark tunnel where light can only be seen when the doors on both ends would, at times, open. Then I realized that those doors were home and work, and the tunnel between them was how I was inside - alone in the dark, amidst the damp, and feeling all gloomy. That was when I heed my colleagues’ suggestion for me to get professional help.

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Powerful Hemp Recipes for Your Wellness in 2019

It seems that not a lot of people mention hemp oil and its numerous benefits when talking about the wonder-making CBD oils! If you were looking forward to learning some new pieces of information about the best recipe for your health in 2019, you’ve come to the right place! Hemp oil is definitely a remedy of the future, so let’s get into it right away!

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Before It's Too Late: 7 Warning Signs Of Breast Cancer

Over 12 percent of the women in the United States will develop breast cancer over the course of their lifetime. While there are a number of treatments available for this condition, having cancer can be a very scary and stressful thing. Early detection is the key to beating this condition, which is why you need to look out for common warning signs of breast cancer.

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Why Counselling Can Help You Become A Better Parent And Spouse

The issues and problems that modern parents encounter and have trouble overcoming often go missed or completely ignored in the hustle and bustle of family life. So what can a modern parent do to improve both their emotional health, inter-personal and parenting skills, so as to fulfill and enjoy their modern parenthood duties?

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The Magic of Omega 3 for Pregnant Women

The  health of the baby  begins  even before the child was born.  To guarantee the proper development of the growing child inside the womb,  the mother needs adequate nutrition which will especially support the developing biological systems of her baby.  Among the most important ones are protein, iron, folate, calcium, vitamin D and Omega 3.

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Helping The Kids To Cope With A Car Crash

In 2016, 723 children died in traffic collisions, but 128,000 were injured. If you are driving safely and have securely fastened your child with a seatbelt or child seat, then the chances of a fatality are low. However, if you are involved in an accident, then the emotional effects on a small child can be significant.

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Skin Cancer Screenings Can Save Your Life

As a board-certified dermatologist, Boise’s Dr. Naomi Brooks knows skin—as well as what can harm it. When it comes to everything from premature signs of aging to health problems that can impact the entire body, nothing beats ultraviolet radiation for causing damage. Light from the sun contains UVA and UVB rays, both of which can damage the DNA found in skin cells, causing them to grow abnormally

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Simple Tips To Eating Healthy While On Vacation

Eating healthy while on vacation is a well-known challenge for many people. While traveling, you’ll want to sample local delicacies every chance you get. If you’re relaxing on the beach, you may want to grab a second or third margarita as a relaxing and refreshing treat. While these indulging moments are part of the experience, you may find your waistline a bit wider when you return home. Luckily, there are some simple ways to stick to a healthy eating regime while on vacation. It may even be easier than you think!

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Benefits of Blue Light or Photodynamic Therapy: Boise, ID, Dermatologist Dr. Naomi Brooks

Depending on the type, light could either hurt or help the skin over time. Sunlight, for example, comes with ultraviolet (UV) radiation that can damage skin cells and affect the production of fundamental building blocks such as collagen, elastin, and hyaluronic acid. But a newer type of light-based therapy can be used to treat a variety of both medical and cosmetic skin concerns: blue light or photodynamic therapy. Boise, ID , dermatologist Dr. Naomi Brooks  highlights what it can be used for and how it works. 

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How Much Sleep Do You Need to Study Effectively?

We remember what it was like. The weekend study groups, the late-night library visits, the early-morning cramming sessions. Suddenly after a semester’s worth of cruising along, our exams would be upon us.  Fast. With this sudden realisation, panic would set in. And a fierce determination to study that we’d never had before. And our sleep would suffer as a result. Looking back, it’s easy to see how foolish we were. Because depriving ourselves of sleep wasn’t doing our grades any favours!

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Foods That Fight Kidney Cancer

Some studies suggest that several different strains of cancer can be avoided by consuming the right types of foods and drinks. In honor of Kidney Cancer Awareness month, I’ve decided to make a guide identifying foods that are rich in nutrients that can help prevent cancer. These dietary restrictions in combination with other holistic cancer treatments can be a powerful way to affect cancer without the use of chemotherapy or other traditional cancer treatments.

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Five Reasons Why You Should Be Eating Berries

Sure, berries are a delicious snack, but did you know they are also super healthy? Blueberries, strawberries, blackberries and even gooseberries can help you lose weight, regulate your heart rate, lower your blood pressure, and they can even reduce your risk of Alzheimer’s disease. Keep reading to find out three benefits that berries provide to maintain your health.

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With Washboard Abs Can Come a Hollowed Face: Can Exercise Age You?

We all know that yoga, weight-training, and other forms of exercise are extremely beneficial to physical and mental health – not to mention key in achieving and maintaining a toned, sculpted physique. But what if working towards the body of your dreams is making your face age faster?

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Spring Is Almost Here And Summer Is On Its Way. Protect Your Hair!

Winter is nearly over, February is here, and most people could not be happier to finally leave the cold and windy days of January behind, to welcome the more spring-esque, longer days which February has in store for us. Surprisingly enough, other than just our moods, one of the main things about us which are going to get affected by the incoming sun is going to be our hair, so without further ado, let’s see what you could do to keep your hair safe during the next few months.

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Women Struggling With Addiction: What Are Their Pathways To Sobriety?

It is the nightmare scenario that no woman wants to face - struggling to deal with her everyday life and family because of her addiction to alcohol or drugs, making bad lifestyle choices that are spiraling out of control. With studies having shown that women are finding it harder than men to beat substance abuse, and with opioid addiction, in particular, being on the rise, what can women do to get sober?

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Everyday Tips for Looking Your Best

Looking your best isn’t only about putting in a great deal of time and effort on certain special occasions; it is also about the everyday habits that you get into during your lifetime. This is the kind of investment that will help you to both look and feel your best. In this article, we are going to be going through your day to help your incorporate some simple habits that will make all the difference to your appearance.

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5 Tips For Easy, Healthy School Snacks For Your Kids

Food plays an important role in the healthy growth and development of children. For your child to reach the normal height and weight for kids and developmental milestones, it is crucial that they get all the essential nutrients they need from the foods and drinks they consume.

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5 Signs That Your Doctor Is Doing You More Harm Than Good

Your doctor may be helping you with minor symptoms, but do you think you could get a better service? The last thing you want is to be forced to hire medical malpractice lawyers because your doctor gave you the wrong diagnosis or withheld important information that caused you to become extremely sick. To help you decide if your doctor is right for you or not, here are 5 signs that they’re doing more harm to you than good

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7 Ways Yoga Can Transform Your Life

I’m sure we all know what exactly yoga is. Or do we? If you believe Yoga is simply a number of difficult stretching positions and breathing exercises, then you aren’t even half-right about what it is. Yoga is a lot more than physical exercise. I believe Yoga is more like a journey. A couple of months down the road, when you look back to the person you were when you started doing Yoga, you would surely see a change. Yoga can indeed transform your life in many different ways. Here are just a few of the changes that Yoga brings in your life:

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