If you’re pregnant or considering pregnancy, you want to take the right precautions to have a healthy baby and stay healthy yourself.
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.
Sometimes called “the sunshine vitamin,” your skin can make vitamin D with regular sunlight. That makes the name a little misleading because your body can’t manufacture vitamins.
You’re not alone if you’re feeling more stress these days. Surveys show that 79 percent of Americans sometimes or frequently feel stress, and this was before the pandemic.
Joints are where two or more bones meet. Some are fixed, such as joints in your skull, so they don’t move. Others, like those between your spinal vertebrae, allow some movement.
Good gut health can keep you lean, healthy, and energetic. Think of your digestive tract as a tube. Ideally, the lining of that tube keeps everything you swallow intact until it gets properly broken down or digested.
Even with the healthiest diet, children and adolescents might not get optimal amounts of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and other critical nutrients.
Upon detecting potential threats — including bacteria, parasites, and viruses — your immune system unleashes a powerful army to destroy these foreign invaders.
Want better blood sugar control? To sleep more soundly and relax more deeply? Maybe you struggle with anxiety during the day and want a calmer overall mood.