Cigarette smoking is dangerous to your health. We have seen and read this label so many times in packs of cigarettes. The warning labels are now even stronger. Labels such as “Smoking Kills”, “Cigarettes are Addictive” and “Tobacco Smoke Can Harm Your Children” are now plastered in cartons of cigarettes. But quitting for many smokers is a battle and one that is hard to win.
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Many shampoos, conditioners, soaps, lotions and even sunscreens have ingredients that are toxic to our health. But there is one more grooming product that many of us use that also have toxic ingredients in them. Which grooming product is this? It’s deodorant. Deodorants may solve our body odor problems but many of them contain ingredients that can compromise our health. Learn more here!
Does your neck give a cracking, popping or snapping sound? If it does, it’s best to consult a doctor as this can mean degeneration of the joints in your neck or hypermobility. But don’t automatically think that you have a serious medical condition. We have here neck exercises that can help soothe these sounds. But it’s best to consult your doctor first.
Organic food is making a big buzz these days. Many, perhaps including yourself are getting curious as to why people are going organic. Consuming organic food have tons of benefits including one’s health, the environment and even the economy. Learn about the numerous benefits of eating organic food and why organic farming is more ideal than conventional farming. Read and share this post!
With Valentine’s Day falling on a weekday and in the middle of a usually busy week, some couples may not have the time to go out for a romantic dinner date. But this does not mean that you no longer can celebrate romance on the day of hearts. Why not surprise your Valentine with a romantic dinner at home. We have plenty of tips that will set the mood right for a romantic evening!
Valentine’s Day as we know it today was celebrated very differently before. Before the rise of Christianity, the Romans celebrated Lupercalia on February 15th, which is a Pagan feast celebrating fertility. Lupercalia was then outlawed by the Christian church and February 14th was declared as St. Valentine’s Day. It was in the Middle Ages when Valentine’s Day was celebrated as a day of romance.
February is the month of romance. All across the globe, cards, chocolates, flowers and thoughtful gifts are exchanged with loved ones. Couples go on romantic dinners and romantic getaways. But did you ever wonder how we came to celebrate Valentine’s Day? And who is St. Valentine? Why is there a day celebrated in his name? Read on and find out more about this holiday for love!
Valentine’s Day is just a few days away! Have you made plans already? Do you know what you’re going to do to surprise your lover? If you want to make your day of hearts experience more interesting, we have some ideas here! Ever done camping in your backyard or bedroom or perhaps gone bowling or rollerskating for Valentine’s Day? Check out interesting ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day!
Do you always feel sleepy and out of energy as soon as the clock reads 3:00 PM? Many of us experience this slump feeling come 3 in the afternoon and to give our energy a boost a refill of coffee and other caffeinated drinks is usually our solution. But doing this can rob you of your much needed sleep come night time. Here are some tips on how to boost your energy without caffeine!
Are you eating enough beans and other legumes? Did you know that legumes actually hold tons of health benefits? They protect you from serious health conditions such as diabetes, osteoporosis and coronary artery disease. They also help keep your memory sharp. Legumes also help keep the skin and hair healthy, beautiful and youthful. Find out more about the health benefits of legumes here!