By Logan SingletonNeuLine Health If you find yourself reaching for the sweet stuff during the holidays, you’re not alone. A recent study found that over 50% of Americans admit to foregoing their regular diets around the holidays. However, the vast majority of people...
If you find yourself reaching for the sweet stuff during the holidays, you’re not alone. A recent study found that over 50% of Americans admit to foregoing their regular diets around the holidays. However, the vast majority of people from the same group reported that this indulgence during the happiest season of all was of no worry to them.
Keeping your brain healthy and engaged throughout every month is just as important as physical health. There is an increased sense of importance when the summer sun gives way to the low lights and cooler climates of winter.
The adult skeleton that frames the human body is comprised of 206 bones that support the body’s movements, protect vital organs, and produce blood cells. They also store minerals like calcium, vitamin D, and phosphorous.
The food we eat has a significant impact on our bodies. Foods that are full of vitamins and minerals help the body repair itself and function well, while processed foods high in fats and empty sugars have a more harmful effect.
Home is where many people feel the safest, but 78% of all preventable injury-related deaths happened at home in 2020. While babies and older adults are most at risk, be aware of possible household accidents and take steps to make your home safer.
Getting an infant to fall asleep is a milestone worth celebrating. Exhausted parents will try anything to get a fussy baby to sleep, but other parents, books, and blogs offer a wide range of different approaches. Do babies sleep on their stomachs or backs? With or without blankets? In their parent’s bed or their own crib? For a developing infant, these questions profoundly impact their health and could have tragic outcomes.
Halloween is almost here, as evidenced by the abundance of candy, pumpkins, witches, and skeleton figurines. Kids and adults alike love the excitement of dressing up, getting candy, navigating haunted houses, and enjoying the night with friends. Stay safe this spooky season with these tips to minimize accidents and make sure the only truly scary part of Halloween is the costumes and decorations.