How High Heels May Be Ruining Your Health By Health Plus

A pair of high heels is a common fashion accessory for many women. But according to research, frequent use of high heels can force your body into an unnatural “plantarflexed” (tiptoe) position and inflict severe damage to your health in the long term. How heels affect different parts of your body Spine – Walking in high … Continue reading How High Heels May Be Ruining Your Health By Health Plus

Sea Salt vs. Table Salt by the American Heart Association

What is the difference between sea salt and table salt? Sea salt has boomed in popularity in restaurants and supermarket aisles. Some chefs prefer it over table salt for its coarse, crunchy texture and stronger flavor. Manufacturers are using it in potato chips and other snacks because it’s “all natural,” and some health-conscious consumers choose … Continue reading Sea Salt vs. Table Salt by the American Heart Association

From Wine to Whiskey: 7 Crazy Health Benefits of Alcohol

By Kristen Domonell Let’s be real: “Healthy” isn’t necessarily the first word you’d think of to describe alcohol. But whether your drink of choice is a cosmo or a double IPA, there are benefits to sipping in moderation. Here are some of the seriously surprising perks that may come with imbibing your favorite beverages — … Continue reading From Wine to Whiskey: 7 Crazy Health Benefits of Alcohol

Flu Shot Side Effects And Misconceptions, According To Doctors BY SARAH BRADLEY AND CASSIE SHORTSLEEVE

Definitely don't mean to sound like your mom here, but...did you get your flu shot last year? Follow-up question: Have you gotten yours this year? Just asking because, you know, the flu can be deadly. Up to 61,200 people died from it last season alone (between October 2018 and May 2019), according to the Centers … Continue reading Flu Shot Side Effects And Misconceptions, According To Doctors BY SARAH BRADLEY AND CASSIE SHORTSLEEVE

What is depression? By The NHS

Everyone has spells of feeling down, but depression is more than just spending a few days feeling sad or unhappy. Depression can make you feel persistently sad and down for weeks or months at a time. While some people believe that depression is trivial or not a genuine health problem, it's actually a real condition … Continue reading What is depression? By The NHS

11 Vegan Overnight Oats Recipes: Make Breakfast While You Sleep | LIVEKINDLY

Raise your hand if you have at least 20 minutes in the morning to make breakfast. Anyone? One person? Lucky you. For the rest of us dashing out the door with a coffee in one hand and a banana in the other, dedicating time to preparing a meal is out of the question. On most … Continue reading 11 Vegan Overnight Oats Recipes: Make Breakfast While You Sleep | LIVEKINDLY