You may or may not have noticed a trend in the past few years of smokers who don’t fill the air with harmful smoke, and pollute the air with the nasty cigarette smell, but rather puff on the new e-cigarettes. Many folks claim that the newer e-cigarette is a healthier option, but really not much … Continue reading E-Cigarette – Healthy Option or Too Risky?
For the longest time, many exercise enthusiast and bodybuilders have been using L-Carnitine as a supplement to help in the aid of fat loss. Carnitine is an amino acid composite made from lysine and methionine, which helps transport fat into cells. You can find different forms of Carnitine in different supplements; from protein shakes to pills. Carnitine is … Continue reading Carnitine – New Foe to your Heart?
It seems like these days, no matter what you eat, there is always a positive and negative reflection to it. This is most certainly true for sweeteners. For as long as people have been cooking food, there have been artificial and natural sweeteners added to many dishes. From fruits to Splenda, folks have been pouring … Continue reading The Sweet Side Of Health – The Benefits of Natural Sweeteners
By now we have all heard about the New York Soda Ban law that could go into effect around May 12th. The law will prohibit restaurants, theaters, fast-food and office cafeterias from offering sugary drinks like soda any larger that 16 ounces. So this means no more pitchers of sodas at the bowling ally or … Continue reading New York Soda Ban – Steps Towards Health or Infringement?
You wouldn’t think to use the worlds cancer and alcohol in the same sentence, but it seems like just about anything these days can be a cause of cancer risks. From the foods we eat, environment we live in, and the obvious things like smoking that contribute to higher risks. It seems like one area … Continue reading Cancer and Alcohol: Studies Show there Could Be a Connection
It is that wonderful time of the year, Valentine’s Day! The day where we celebrate the love we have for a significant other, showing our own ways to express it, whether it is through flowers, chocolates, romantic dinner, and well, you know. Love is a true expression of the passion we have for another person, … Continue reading Die of a Broken Heart? Unlikely But Not Impossible
Oh it’s that time of the year when we get especially cuddly with our loved one, break out the flowers, chocolates and candies, all put in the shape of hearts, to remind us all that this year you are loved. We all wish nothing but love and health during Valentine’s day, and with well wishing … Continue reading Valentine’s Day Hearts: Make them Healthy and Long Lasting for Women.
By Chris Haro How many times in our lives have we complained about the amount of sleep, or better yet the lack of sleep that we get through the night, leading to groggy mornings, grumpy days and underproduction at home and work? Well, studies show that the lack of sleep can do more than just … Continue reading Sleep and Health: How Sleep Can Effect Your Health
By Chis Haro It is with no surprise comes certain changes to our body. Most of the time it is something physical, like weight gain or loss, joint pain, or even something as serious as a chronic disease. For many who reach the ages of 65 and older, it is a normal occurrence to have … Continue reading Age And Health: How Much Health is Affected By Age and Our Lifestyle
By Chris Haro It is a couple of days before holiday vacation and you sit there at work, you are sniffling and sneezing.. a flu’s in the lurk! You want to be healthy, you can’t afford to get sick, but your nose and cheeks are getting rosy, but not cheery like St. Nick. You reach for … Continue reading Tips For Staying Healthy At Work During the Holiday Season