When I think of muscle soreness, I think of exercise. The times I have experienced being sore are usually the day(s) following an intense workout. But this is only one possible cause of muscle soreness. Infection, disease, and others could be the culprit to your muscle pain.
Endometriosis is a disorder that affects 176 million women or more around the world. It can be debilitating at times due to the pain that often accompanies it. Luckily, there are ways to manage the symptoms so you can go on living a little better.
Anyone can be plagued with pain. When pain persists for long periods of time, it is characterized as chronic pain. Fortunately there is hope. There are many treatments out there that can help.
There are many different foods that have nutritional benefits and can improve our health, in this article we’ll focus on one such “superfood”--garlic. Here’s why garlic is great.
Turmeric may be the next big thing, and that isn't all just hype. Turmeric has many health benefits, but be wary of rare (but possible) side-effects.
We’ll go over what happens when you're on your period, why you have one, and why you might miss one.
Why yoga is good for you.
Is your use of technology harming or benefiting your health?
Phytonutrients! They protect plants, but how can they help you?