Ten tips for homeschooling chronically ill students.
Have you heard about essential oils but you’re not sure what they are and how to use them? This article will tell you everything you need to know!
“Eating You Alive” is a health and healthy eating class for homeschool students/groups, parents, families, friends, church families, co-workers… anyone.
Every decision you make about your health over the next few years will impact your mental, physical, and emotional health in the future.
This article will explore seven tips on how crosswords can help improve your strategic thinking.
Which is better? Aspirin? Advil? Tylenol? You might think the popular OTC pain relievers are all pretty much the same, but they’re not.
DVT is more common in older people, but healthy young people can develop it as well.
It’s National Chocolate Lovers Month… and here are some good reasons to stock up on dark chocolate!
Here are 11 health benefits of sleep that you may find to be surprising but are entirely true.
A lack of sleep won’t just leave you feeling tired and irritable – it can actually be dangerous, both to yourself and to others.
Here are 12 indications that you have an anxiety disorder; the more symptoms you have, the more severe is your anxiety.
Fruits and vegetables are a natural source of water which needs to be consumed in the right levels for good health.
Being healthy is addictive. But it’s a good kind of addiction.
This infographic showcases the strange sleeping habits of 61 famous people.
Be alert for negativity and don’t let your brain become emotionally involved with it.
These five foods are among the most effective to naturally boost your mood.
Teens, create digital short videos to help educate your peers about the dangers of driving distracted, and enter for a chance to win $10,000!
September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month.
A health career is an opportunity to make a difference and change lives for the better.
Sunshine on your shoulders may make you happy, but it can also give you a sunburn.
Do you have a passion for helping people? Consider a career in healthcare!
If you have ADHD, it’s important to know your options if the symptoms interrupt your daily life, relationships, school, or work.