Author: Lydia Patel

PerioDental Focus: Foods That Damage Your Teeth and Gums

PerioDental Focus: Foods That Damage Your Teeth and Gums

Photo by Lesly Juarez on Unsplash Before your body can absorb food, it has to pass through your mouth. Your mouth is the initial place where all the components of your food gets filtered and enters your body; But your teeth and gums, and ultimately 

The Most Common Health Concerns for Women By Carolyn Dean, MD, ND

The Most Common Health Concerns for Women By Carolyn Dean, MD, ND

Women’s health touches on a wide range of issues from cancer to cosmetics. Women want to stay current with what’s available to prevent and treat conditions as varied as menopause, cancer, spider veins, problems with hair, skin, nails, and anemia. Menopause After the age of 

Nutrition Spotlight: Blueberries May Help Lower Blood Pressure

Nutrition Spotlight: Blueberries May Help Lower Blood Pressure

Photo by Jeremy Ricketts on Unsplash If you love blueberries, you’ll want to hear the results of a recent study. According to researchers, eating blueberries – particularly frozen blueberries – may help lower blood pressure levels. For those who suffer from high blood pressure, it 

Avoiding the Measles Vaccine May be Fatal for Children

Avoiding the Measles Vaccine May be Fatal for Children

Photo by Anna Kolosyuk on Unsplash The Measles vaccine has been a controversial issue in the news recently. Parents have strong and widely varied opinions on whether or not they should vaccinate their children. Many parents would like to avoid vaccines all together because of 

Seven Reasons for Hair Loss for Both Men and Women

Seven Reasons for Hair Loss for Both Men and Women

Photo by Element5 Digital on Unsplash It’s true that men are more likely to lose their hair than women, mostly due to male pattern baldness. But ladies aren’t exempt from hair loss. Thinning hair and hair loss are also common in women, and these issues 

Interesting Facts About your Blood

Interesting Facts About your Blood

Photo by Rawpixel on Unsplash Generally, we don’t think much about our blood until we’re forced to due to health issues. But eventually, the topic will come up in one way or another. Whether you get a paper cut, donate blood, or experience excess blood