Well, you should be, flu season or not.
Proper hand washing is one of the top preventative strategies to not get sick. But wait: You’re likely thinking you’re killing those germs and protecting yourself and others by doing so, but the odds are you’re not washing your hands properly, new research shows.
Prepare to be shocked! Only 5 percent of the population in the United States is washing away those germs with …Read more
Curly, straight, frizzy, dyed, treated, thinning or buzzed, your locks often go through a lot every day to look their best. You’ve probably spent hundreds of dollars on your hair (ladies, there’s no crime in hair vanity!) and it may take serious time to tame before you start your day.
The importance of your hair, though, is not just what’s on the outside. Your hair can also reveal a lot about what’s going on inside, too.
Here are some signs …Read more
At the 247th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society (ACS), held in Dallas this March, the world’s largest scientific society of researchers reported on the newly discovered properties of honey, among other advances in medical science. Basically, honey’s combination of hydrogen peroxide, acidity, high sugar concentration and …Read more
Fact or fiction: If you drop a morsel of food on the floor, you can safely pick it up to consume it within five seconds without an issue or worry of lurking bacteria.
While the five second rule has been the fall-back within the confines of the schoolyard or around your home or office, it is a theory that hasn’t been thoroughly tested – until now.
A recent study by Aston University’s School of Life and Health Sciences in the …Read more