Monthly Archives: January 2018


A good amount of Americans have at least some knowledge of how health insurance bills work. Baby boomers are able to make their own decisions on health care and have experience from previous situations to help make the best decision. Although they have experience, only about 40% of boomers understand insurance […]

A Brief Overview in Understanding Health Insurance Bills


In recent months, more studies have been done on the effects of video games and how they correlate to health. These debates root back to the 80’s and this week the World Health Organization (WHO) labeled gaming disorder as a mental health condition. Gaming disorder is described by the WHO as a pattern […]

Are Video Games a Health Hazard?


Although at times being alone is good for us, it is important to understand too much loneliness can affect our mood, feelings, and personal health. Loneliness leads to reflection, which can sometimes bring up buried memories. Lonely people seem to be sadder than those surrounded by others research shows. Not being […]

How Loneliness Can Affect Your Health




What is Frostbite? Frostbite is a condition in which a part of your body freezes. Areas most commonly affected are nose, ears, cheeks, fingers and toes. It occurs when your body conserves heat by restricting blood flow to your skin in extremely cold temperatures. Once the temperatures drop to a certain […]

What You Need to Know About Frostbite


Everyone experiences a massive headache in the morning after spending a wild night with friends at least once in their life. When your stomach is churning and it feels like you were hit with a ton of bricks, that’s probably the hangover. When you drink too much alcohol, your body […]

Hangover Cures to Help You Recover after NYE