Running Myths Debunked: Don’t Fall For These Fallacies About Running

When it comes to physical activity, not everyone likes to climb on a treadmill or elliptical and start running or cycling. Some prefer to be in the great outdoors, soaking in the sunlight and enjoying the scenery. Whatever the case may be, if running is your physical activity of choice, you will want to make sure that you don't fall for these myths that are associated with running: 1. Running is a Knee-Killer. Read More 

Changing Your Skin Care Routine After A Facelift

A facelift can change your entire aesthetic to look years younger. A facelift will take the deep lines from the forehead and under the eyes as well as lift any sagging skin. After your face has properly healed from your lift, you may want to come up with a new skin care regimen for your newly augmented face. Here are some skin care products and regimen updates you may want to make after your lift. Read More 

Important Things Women With Heart Disease Can Do

Heart disease is the leading cause of death among women, but it doesn't have to be that way. The heart is a muscle, and like the other muscles in your body, you can take steps to make it stronger. You don't need a gym membership or anything expensive. It's simply a matter of making better choices. Exercise and Sunshine Walking, cleaning the house, and working in the garden are all forms of healthy exercise. Read More 

Steps To Take When Your Veneer Has Fallen Off

Veneers are a great way to get that smile you have always wanted even when your teeth are in less than stellar shape. In fact, veneers are able to cover up your natural teeth with a whole new material that is likely whiter, straighter, and better looking. Veneers are made of porcelain and are designed to cover the front part of the teeth in order to improve the appearance of them. Read More 

Teens In Trouble: Marijuana Addicting Despite Their Attitudes

After years of being an illegal drug, four states (Alaska, Oregon, Washington, and Colorado) have now legalized the recreational use of marijuana. An additional 23 states allow its use for medicinal purposes. While teens are not permitted to use marijuana for recreation, they are now less likely than ever before to believe the drug has any adverse effects on mind and body. With recent studies reflecting this attitude, and the availability of the drug at an all-time high (no pun intended), how should you handle the situation if you find your teen is smoking? Read More