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You may have seen the flowing postures and gentle movements of tai chi and wondered what it’s all about. Tai chi is an ancient mind and body practice.
Dentists have seen the teeth and gums of people who floss regularly and those who haven’t. The differences can be striking.
Consider your health goals for the holiday season, whether it’s avoiding overeating, staying active, connecting with others, reducing stress, or preventing weight gain.
Seeing, smelling, tasting, or even hearing certain cues, from food ads on the radio to the smell of cinnamon buns in a shopping mall, can make us crave fattening foods when we’re not even hungry.
Proper hand washing takes more than just a quick pass under the faucet. Hands should be lathered with soap, making sure to scrub well between the fingers and under the fingernails.
Learning disabilities aren’t related to how smart a child is. They’re caused by differences in the brain that are present from birth, or shortly after.
Symptoms of frozen shoulder include stiffness, pain and restricted mobility, but there are options to help to ease pain and make it easier for you to move your shoulder.
Should you stop eating processed meats? Red meats? That is your decision, but I won’t wait for the government to publish new nutritional guidelines before I choose what to feed to my family.
You can’t “catch” psoriasis by touching someone who has it. Flare-ups can arise when people are stressed or experience a traumatic event, and smoking, heavy alcohol use, and being overweight can also aggravate it.
Chewing your food releases aromas that travel from your mouth and throat to the nose. Without smell, we can detect only 5 basic tastes: sweet, salty, bitter, sour, and umami (savory).
Rheumatoid arthritis is a problem in the immune system, which protects the body from germs and infections, when it mistakenly attacks the joints.
Have you ever found yourself with a song “stuck in your head”. No matter what you try, you just can’t seem to shake it! This catchy little ditty is often called an earworm.
Researchers will monitor potential infections among group of U.S. athletes traveling to Brazil.
Recent studies on Myopia (nearsightedness) suggest that increased myopia in children might be related to kids spending less time outdoors.