Young people represent an increasing percentage of stroke patients but are often misdiagnosed because we’re just not supposed to be old enough to have strokes.
I attempt to clear my head, which is about a ridiculous a request as someone asking that New York City smell a little bit better.
getting enough sleep
I'm not tired, and it almost feels like a crime.
I turn to sugar when I’m sad, I turn to sugar when I’m psyched, I turn to sugar when I’m bored. I know using sweets to comfort myself might not be healthy -- I just don't really see a cause for alarm.
I've already spent $1,300 to get my ankle tattoo removed and I'm not even finished. And the pain. Don't get me started on the pain.
Everybody deserves to self-care and everybody can do it.
I spend a ton of time outside. Couple that with the fact that I'm nearing 30, and well, I've become a bit of a wrinkle-a-phobe.
MORE WATER. UGH. WHY SO MUCH WATER?
No food is health food when you're not healthy about how you're eating it.
I think it's fun to know how what I eat will affect my organs -- and what is your vagina if not the best organ ever?
Chronic lack of sleep is linked to a whole bag of problems.
Birth control is still stigmatized in the US, and that's bound to make patients uncomfortable when asking for information.
I am not anti-modern medicine by any grounds, but I like to explore what nature can provide for us in terms of preventative and acute health care.