Get Rid of Pimples and Acne with These Amazing Skin Tips

October 04, 2019 | Abigail Mckay

Pimple or acne is an infection of the hair follicles of the face, chest, and back that influences practically all young people during adolescence, the main special case being individuals from a couple of crude neolithic clans living in separation.

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6 Anti Aging Tips For Youthful Skin

October 04, 2019 | Abigail Mckay

Youthful looking skin is the thing that we generally want. Wrinkles, crow's feet, almost negligible differences, giggle lines, and dull spots are the greatest bad dreams of any lady. We can't flee from maturing; however, we can defer it with these enemies of maturing cures.

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Pre and Post Workout Requirements

October 24, 2019 | Abigail Mckay

In the first installment of this two-part series, Nutrition for Athletes, general nutritional standards were discussed to enhance exercise performance, especially for those who excel in athletics. Now, we will turn out attention to what you should eat before, during, and after exercising.  

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Is Chronic Cardio Good for You?

January 01, 2020 | Abigail Mckay

Cardiovascular exercise is commonplace today in a world obsessed with fitness and maintaining the right physique. Until recently, the concept of too much activity has been relatively unheard of. The average consumer has repeatedly heard the positive connection between fitness and longevity. While the benefits of exercise are substantial, too much exercise might be too much of a good thing. Benefits of exercise include weight loss, cardiovascular strengthening, increased balance and agility, and a decreased risk of acquiring a metabolic disorder, such as diabetes type II. In general, exercise keeps an individual healthy and thriving. Chronic cardio, on the other hand, has been shown, perhaps, to do the opposite.

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Ways in which retinol oil can transform your skin

February 24, 2020 | Farah Jassawalla

We are living in an age where skincare is considered an essential part of the daily routine. There has been a growing interest in actives and anti-aging skin ingredients in recent times. One element that has received loads of attention is retinol, the ultimate anti-aging ingredient that people are going bonkers over. A lot of brands have started using retinol in their eye products as eyes are usually the first part of the face to get wrinkles and crow's feet.

 

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Make workout safer with these tips

February 25, 2020 | Farah Jassawalla

You must have noticed disclaimers on exercise websites or youtube videos: "consult your doctor before beginning this exercise to avoid injury". You must have caught yourself thinking, what could be so strenuous about exercise that would get you hurt? Well, it is quite usual to think on those lines, and, to be honest, light to moderate exercise is more often than not, okay for healthy adults.

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Why should you make naps a priority in 2020?

March 05, 2020 | Farah Jassawalla

Napping in many cultures is looked down upon, or is considered something that is not very important. It is okay for children to nap for a few minutes, but napping for adults is not supported that wholeheartedly in societies. It is usually expected of them to go on performing at their finest with the few hours of sleep that they have had.

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Coronavirus spreading from cats and dogs

May 13, 2020 | Farah Jassawalla

The wildly spreading coronavirus has changed our lives, leaving everyone worried and insecure about their health. Apart from human beings, there is news that the virus could also attack our household pets as well.

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Which One's More Effective Against Coronavirus - Hand Sanitizer or Soap?

May 15, 2020 | Farah Jassawalla

Ever since the COVID-19 took over the world, its prevention has become a priority for people. People tend to touch their faces quite a lot throughout the day, which is one of the leading causes of the virus spreading. Due to this reason, it is necessary for people to wash their hands with soap or, in case soap is unavailable, sanitize their hands. The aim is to keep the virus-carrying germs at bay, one way or another.

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Use of telehealth increase in senior citizens

June 24, 2020 | Farah Jassawalla

Out of all the age groups present, the senior citizen category is most at risk from COVID-19. Recent trends show that telehealth usage increased drastically within this age bracket. Even though the option of relying on telehealth existed prior to the coronavirus, its adoption has sky rocketed during the pandemic.

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