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How Exercise Can Improve Your Mental Health

Dieting is a billion dollar a year industry, but the truth of the matter is that without regular exercise any sort of eating plan you could attempt will fall short. It’s difficult to cut calories enough to make a real difference in your weight without adding in a workout regimen. And truth be told, you won’t get the visual results you want without exercise. Muscle mass actually weighs... ❯❯❯

The Impact of Car Exhaust Emissions on Your Health

The world is slowly moving away from fossil fuels and towards hybrid and electric vehicles on the roads. It’s a great step in the right direction, hopefully insuring the children inherit a slightly better world than the one this generation created, all while breaking the United State’s addiction to petroleum and improving the environment one increment at a time. But there is another,... ❯❯❯

Are Electric Cars Hazardous to Your Health?

Technological innovation constantly moves forward. The nature of man is to keep questioning things, and to always look to improve upon current methods. As our reliance on fossil fuels has started wars, transformed the environment and caused serious financial and physical problems, engineers have worked tirelessly to come up with the next improvement. One of the solutions that’s been put out... ❯❯❯

How Car Pollution Effects Your Health?

Everyone knows that it is scientifically proven that car pollution is bad for the environment and your health. In some of the most populated cities in the world, car pollution is at record highs. Most scientists and doctors are saying that some of the levels are so high that people shouldn’t leave their house without protective gear. Moreover, pollution from car exhaust can cause... ❯❯❯

5 Signs of Depression in Children

Childhood is a complicated, often beautiful, sometimes impossibly frustrating process. As a parent your job is to nurture your child, to help them discover their own personality while instilling them with a sense of empathy and a moral compass that will serve them well in proper society. While you would like to hope you could help your child navigate the pitfalls of youth without much pain and... ❯❯❯

Top 5 Tips for Maintaining Healthy Eyesight

They say that our eyes are the windows to our soul, but over time those windows can get a little foggy, especially with age. Most of the time we take our eyesight for granted – we think just because we have it that it will always be there. However, the sad truth is that if we don’t maintain our eyesight we could lose it altogether. It is important to realize that our eyesight is a... ❯❯❯

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... ❯❯❯