November 2017

How long does Vyvanse stay in your system?

You might have heard about this ingredient before and wonder what the effects it can bring to your system. If you have worked in the medical field, this is not a strange thing to you, however, to those who are not familiar with medical terms, Vyvanse is a medicinal drug using to treat ADHD which is called Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder). It is the label name of lisdexamfetamine that is

Foods That Will Help Lower Your Cholesterol

Cholesterol is one dangerous disease. Do you know that many foods that could help to lower cholesterol such as :- POMEGRANATE Whether you’re a seed gal or prefer your pomegranates in juice-form, you’re sure to reap the fruit’s cholesterol-lowering powers: “Any form of pomegranate – whether the arils or the juice – could help control cholesterol by slowing its buildup,” says Amy Gorin, MS, RDN, New Jersey-based dietitian and owner

Brisk walking may reduce early death risk in older women

Older women who take at least one brisk walk a week could potentially reduce their risk of early death by 70%, according to a new study from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and Brigham and Women’s Hospital. The study also found that light activities such as housework or window shopping did not affect longevity. While previous studies have found that physical activity is linked with lower risk of

Preventing Seasonal Affective Disorder

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a type of depression, often known as ‘Winter Depression’, that comes and goes in a seasonal pattern. The symptoms often begin in autumn and last throughout the darker months, but they are more apparent and tend to be more severe during the winter. Some sufferers may feel the effects right up until the weather improves and days become lighter in the spring. The symptoms can

Fitness-tracker games may help families get more exercise

When fitness trackers alone fail to get families moving enough, turning step counts into a competition might help people get more exercise, a small experiment suggests. Researchers gave fitness trackers to 200 adults and asked them to set daily step-count goals to increase their activity levels. All had at least one other family member participating in the experiment, and half of the families were randomly chosen for a team competition

What Food Labels Really Mean (Infographic)

When in the store, it can be so difficult to figure out what all of the food labels really mean. They can even be used as a marketing ploy and are often not healthy at all. This infographic from HappyCleans takes you through many of the typical labels you see at the store so you can be more aware when you’re shopping. For example, the word natural helps sell $40