Health Guide (Page 100)

5 Ways to Lower Your Health Insurance Premiums

Although millions of Americans go without healthcare for years at a time, it’s obviously not the ideal scenario. If you’re reasonably young and healthy you might not see the need to spend so much money, but anyone who has ever been in a severe and unexpected accident or developed a chronic illness knows that insurance may be the only thing standing between you and bankruptcy. The... ❯❯❯

Top 5 Healthy and Smart Grocery Shopping Tips

It can definitely be difficult to sift through the vast array of options offered at your local grocery store in order to find the foods that are going to provide you with the most nutrients and the best health benefits at a reasonable price. However, there are all kinds of ways to make this chore easier so that you can come out ahead with both your health and your budget. Here are just a few tips... ❯❯❯

5 Signs of Low Testosterone in Men

While men around the world who compete in professional sports often mess with their hormone levels, testosterone issues do not only plague those who experiment with steroids. More than thirteen million American men struggle with low levels of testosterone every single year, and most of them aren’t even aware that they have a problem. Women get far more attention in this area, as the signs of... ❯❯❯

Healthy and Natural Ways to Improve Your Fertility

For many women, getting pregnant can be a race to beat your biological clock. And for many couples, the pride of conceiving can be an elating experience. However, getting pregnant isn’t as easy as it looks. For older women it can be even harder. You could even go so far as saying that the reproductive system is even more complicated than a clock. In the US, fertility issues affect one in... ❯❯❯

How to Find the Medical History for An Adopted Child

When you’re in the process of adopting a child, we can totally understand why you would want to know as much about your son or daughter as you possibly can beforehand. That way, you can provide them with the exact kind of nurturing and care that they require. In order for that to happen, one of the main things that you will need is a copy of their medical history. Due to a variety of... ❯❯❯

5 of the Most Common Dieting Mistakes

It’s no secret that Americans have trouble with their weight. Obesity is becoming an epidemic, and even children are not immune. With a huge leap in cases of heart disease, stroke, early onset childhood diabetes and dementia there’s little doubt that physical fitness and a healthy weight need to be priorities if you want to enjoy your life. After all, the state of the insurance... ❯❯❯

Top Environmental Issues That Impact Your Health

Anyone who pays attention has no doubt heard about a slew of environmental issues that are plaguing our planet. And although the threats posed by these many crises may seem vague and distant to the public at large, the ways in which mankind is polluting the Earth and its atmosphere could have a very real and personal impact on the life of any given person. Even if you don’t live in a big... ❯❯❯

Top 5 Health Precautions for International Travel

There are few trips as exciting as those that take you outside of your home country. When traveling internationally you are sure to experience a huge difference in language, food, culture and people. You’ll be inspired by new art, music and film, take in a climate that has very little in common with your home, and return with a wider worldview that will inform every single area of your life.... ❯❯❯

How to Find Your Optimum Conception Time

Are you someone who has found yourself spending more time than usual window shopping for baby clothes? Or maybe lately, you’ve seen little boys and girls on television commercials and you’ve been getting a little more sentimental than in times past. If so, these could be signs pointing to the fact that you’re ready to have a baby. And while the movies might make it seem as easy... ❯❯❯

5 Tips for Reducing Stress and Anxiety

Modern society is almost designed to give you a heart attack. It didn’t happen overnight, and certainly wasn’t on purpose. But with all of the benefits to be found in the massive personal power and expression of the internet age, there is also very little emphasis put on rest and relaxation. You are now expected to be available for communication around the clock, and the 24-hour news... ❯❯❯