Ditching the Wrong Workout Videos and Finding the Right Exercises

When the lockdowns started in March 2020, many people suddenly found the motivation to get back in shape. But since the gyms were closed, they turned to YouTube. After all, fitness doesn’t have to cost a dime. Workout videos, specifically workout challenges, boomed, and the social media following of “fitspiration” quickly grew. With people having… Continue reading Ditching the Wrong Workout Videos and Finding the Right Exercises

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Gummy Vitamins: Should You Take Them?

Vitamins and supplements have become an important part of our diet. Each person requires different amounts of vitamins to avoid sickness and to stay healthy. Every year, Americans are spending over $30 billion on vitamins and dietary supplements. This obsession can be linked to health trends and consumers’ eagerness to avoid chronic health conditions. A… Continue reading Gummy Vitamins: Should You Take Them?

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Body Confidence: Learn to Love Yourself as an Older Woman

Young women are often plagued with feelings that they are not thin enough or pretty enough. Because of their age, they need validation and acceptance from their peers. They are also more vulnerable to the negative impacts of advertising and social media on self-esteem. Yet, poor body image does not really go away as one… Continue reading Body Confidence: Learn to Love Yourself as an Older Woman

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How the Ideal Female Body Shape Have Changed Through History

In ancient times, way back between 24,000 BC and 22,000 BC, the idealized woman was nothing like the Instagram models we know today. At that time, women were believed to have thick waists, large breasts, and absolutely no thigh gaps. Such an image was the paradigm of fertility back then. Today, that would’ve still earned praise,… Continue reading How the Ideal Female Body Shape Have Changed Through History

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Summer Skin: Your Air Conditioning May Be Behind Your Skin Concerns

Summer is almost here. As always, expect the weather to be hot. The Weather Channel warned that the next couple of weeks would be hotter than usual. From June through August, the majority of the United States will experience soaring temperatures. A major factor that influences the weather in the United States is the incoming… Continue reading Summer Skin: Your Air Conditioning May Be Behind Your Skin Concerns

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Can You Develop a Phobia for No Reason? Here’s What to Know

Phobias — they’re so common yet a little mysterious. We normally attach them to traumatic experiences. For example, if someone is claustrophobic, which means they fear enclosed spaces, we’d assume they had been trapped in an elevator in the past, locked up in a closet, or such. But strangely, not all claustrophobic people have experienced something… Continue reading Can You Develop a Phobia for No Reason? Here’s What to Know

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