A Guide to Packing for Trail Hikes

It’s once again the season to hit the trails. Having the necessary emergency kit for your hiking will not only make you confident about going outdoors, but it will also lessen stress during emergencies. Below are some tips for packing your emergency kit for hiking, as shared by Aaron Bertalmio, an Urgent Care Physician from non-profit healthcare...

Keeping emotions in check now has a new level of meaning

The “temper ring” popular back in the 70s is an accessory that changes color based upon the temperature of the wearer eventually making them aware of their temperament. The smart wristband plays along that idea, only, it made use of modern-day technology aimed at possibly helping people who are on the verge of...

Heavy Exercise Burns Less Calories

Bad news for exercise buffs: research says the more you exercise, the less calories you actually burn.   David Stensel, a student at Loughborough University in the UK who studies workout metabolism, said that working out is still good for us in a host of other ways. He also said that...

6 Unique Summer Workouts

An amazing activity is a good way to have a change in routine this summer. Here are some unusual exercises that can help you sweat, drop weight and feel reactivated this season. Soccer If you’re looking for an outdoor exercise, Soccer is a great choice. This is a team...

Is it Just PMS?

Bloating, headache, backache, and craving for foods that are either sweet or salty – all can be easily thought as no more than symptoms of the usual hormonal instability in women called premenstrual syndrome (PMS). Karen Riley was experiencing the aforementioned symptoms for years but doctors brushed it off as PMS even while...