Monday, July 15, 2024

Wellness

Here’s How Marijuana Can Help The Global Depression Epidemic

The World Health Organization made headlines when it announced that depression is now the world's leading cause of poor health.

There’s A Reason Why Your Body Stores Fat In Certain Places

Maybe it's your thighs, or your butt. Sometimes it'd be great if we could just grab that extra fat and move it to a place were it looks better, like your boobs.

Sleep Quality Is Better Than Quantity

If you are worried, remember sleep quality is better than quantity. So stop fretting and get some rest!

5 Things You Can Do At Home To Avoid This Year’s Dreaded Flu

During a recent news conference, Dr. Daniel B. Jernigan, director of the Center for Disease Control's influenza division, says we can expect to see numbers similar to the 2014-2015 flu season, which claimed the lives of 56,000 people and sent more than 700,000 to the hospital.

What Your Sleep Position Says About Your Relationship

Sure, sex can lead to sleep, but can it also be a byproduct of your sleeping position?

Are Your Medical Marijuana Products Covered By Insurance?

As support climbs for cannabis, and more patients turn to medical marijuana products to help relieve painful symptoms, there is one huge roadblock that doesn't seem to be budging anytime soon:

4 Ways To Make Your Boobs Look Bigger Without Surgery

While changing your body's natural shape is difficult, there are a few things you can do to make the most of what you have.

3 Simple Ways To Maintain Your Healthy New Year’s Resolutions

January is the month that's supposed set the stage for the rest of the year. People are recovering from the holidays, which means everyone is doing a cleanse, or some diet. Now, let's make it last.

Florida Government Wants To Declare Porn A Health Risk

Attention all Joseph Gordon-Levitt fans who identified too closely with 'Don Jon'—watching pornography may be a health risk.

Here’s The Latest Research Results On Marijuana And Heart Health

Although some preliminary research from last year frightened the cannabis community when it suggested that regular pot smokers were three times more likely to succumb to hypertension, a more recent analysis finds this is not necessarily the case.

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