Gastrointestinal problems are so commonplace that many people dismiss them as expected, but nothing is normal about them. Any symptom you experience is a warning sign that something isn’t working right.
You’ve had a delightful weekend at an amusement park with your kids that included a few sugary indulgences, or maybe you went abroad and indulged in that local region’s desserts.
The average American eats almost 152 pounds of sugar a year. That’s nearly half a pound every day, or about three pounds every week.
You “shrink,” or become shorter with age, because the discs between your vertebrae become dehydrated and compressed.