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Am I Drinking Enough Water?

As stated by Medical Daily, 75 percent of people in the U.S. today may suffer from chronic dehydration, and most Americans consume far below the recommended amount of water. Look for the following signs of dehydration to find out if you are drinking enough water: You feel thirsty Your skin is dry Your urine is dark You have bad breath You suffer frequent headaches Your... Read Article

How Much Sun Is Too Much Sun?

It is common knowledge that too much sun exposure is bad for your skin. Most people also know that we need sunlight to make vitamin D, a micronutrient that aids bone growth and absorption of calcium, controls cell growth, regulates immunity, and helps prevent inflammation. Unfortunately, it can be tricky balance between getting the sunshine we need to produce adequate vitamin D and risking overexposure... Read Article

Easy Ways To Add More Vegetables To Your Diet

We all know that vegetables are good for your health, but it can be challenging to include enough of them in your diet. The following are some easy ways to work a variety of nutritious vegetables into your daily meals. Have Veggies For Breakfast A lot of breakfast meals are better with vegetables. Add cauliflower rice or minced broccoli to your scrambled eggs. Make an... Read Article

Activities For Staying Healthy All Summer

Summer means sunshine, longer days, and more time spent outdoors. It is a great time of year to get active and stay healthy. The following are some things you can do to help you stay active. Take a Dance Lesson: Many clubs across the country offer dance lessons for free or for a small cover charge. You don’t have to be an experienced dancer to... Read Article

How Seeing A Dentist Can Improve Your Overall Health

Most people know that seeing a dentist regularly is good for oral health and the appearance of your smile. But not everyone knows that it can also improve your overall health. Oral health is more important than most people realize. The Connection Between Oral Health and Overall Health Oral health provides clues about your general health, and problems in the mouth can affect the entire... Read Article