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Passion for cooking: we discover Vadesabores and its healthy recipes

There are many foodies, cooking and recipe accounts on Instagram. But few increase in followers and content like @vadesabores. We tell you who is behind it and some of its fantastic healthy recipes, which we have already signed up to make both on a daily basis and on holidays. Júlia Rovira is the creator of…

Home health: should a wooden house be insulated?

Especially in winter, we must think about the health of our home because it directly affects us and the environment. So, if you think about buying a wooden house, it is logical that you ask yourself if it is convenient or not to isolate it from external factors such as cold and heat. We explain…

/%%category%%/The power of CBD: total calm and relaxation for the summer

The benefits of CBD or cannabidiol, from the cannabis plant, are already known to everyone. In the form of oils, creams and more, many professionals use and recommend them for the number of advantages that this important natural asset represents. If you also want to benefit from the power of CBD, especially this summer where…

/%%category%%/Children with asthma should practice sports, according to SEICAP

The Spanish Society of Clinical Immunology, Allergology and Pediatric Asthma (SEICAP) recommends that children with asthma practice sports. Apparently, some asthmatic children stop playing sports because they are afraid of having asthma attacks. Although, according to this Society, abandonment reduces respiratory capacity and is not justified if the child follows the recommendations of his pediatric…

/%%category%%/What are the health benefits of sex?

For many years, there are those who have maintained the belief that having sex is only giving and receiving pleasure, but beyond that it offers a variety of benefits for our health. Helps reduce stress, improve insomnia, improve your circulatory system… The psychologist and sexologist, Laura Moran, explains that sex, regardless of whether it is…

How To Ease Back Into Life After Two Years of the COVID-19 Pandemic

With the omicron surge in our rearview mirror, there are some signs that the COVID-19 pandemic may finally be loosening its grip on the globe. But while case rates are lower here in the United States, they’re still elevated in other parts of the world, and certain members of the population might need a second…

When To Worry About Varicose Veins

For some people, the biggest concern about varicose veins is the way they look. But there are possible links between varicose veins and serious health problems involving blood clots in the deeper veins of your legs. Douglas Joseph, DO, Director of Cleveland Clinic’s Vascular Medicine Outpatient Department, offers his best advice on how to limit the…

How Yoga Can Help Heal Trauma  

When we hear the word “trauma,” we often think of the worst moments of our lives. The ones that haunt us and make it harder to navigate through life. But sometimes, minor incidents can leave the deepest wounds. So, how can yoga help you heal? Yoga therapist Paula Brown, C-IAYT, E-RYT 500, explains what trauma-informed yoga…

How a Tick Bite Can Make You Allergic to Meat

Bad news, burger fans: A tick bite has the potential to permanently remove red meat from your menu. A meat allergy known as alpha-gal syndrome (AGS) appears to be triggered by a tick bite, researchers say. Case counts are growing, too. There were only 24 reported cases in the United State in 2009. By 2018,…

How To Find Spring Allergy Relief

Runny nose, itchy eyes, brain-rattling sneezes … must be spring! In many parts of the U.S., allergy season begins in February and can last until early summer. Allergist Frank J. Eidelman, MD, MBA, FAAAAI, explains what can make spring allergies so brutal and how you can manage the sneezing, wheezing, sniffling and more. Why your allergies are…

How To Pursue an Autism Diagnosis as an Adult

Thanks to growing awareness of autism spectrum disorder (ASD), diagnoses have been on the rise among children in recent years. At the turn of the millennium, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that 1 in 150 8-year-old children had an autism diagnosis. By 2018, the number was 1 in 44. But…

How To Cope With Stress From News and Events

In our modern world, there are many stressors and sources of anxiety. Global events, health-related issues and an overload of information from social media can add up quickly. And all of this can create overwhelming stress. “News has become more continual and more immediate,” says psychologist Matthew Sacco, PhD. “It’s harder now to step away…

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