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We've all heard these phrases that describe what our brains feel like when we've had too much of a sweet treat. But here’s the thing about sugar and your brain: Your noggin needs it because sugar is its main fuel. Our brains run on glucose—it fuels our cells, including our brain cells. We’re evolutionarily programmed to like sweets since...
With upwards of 1 million licensed doctors in the United States, there have never been more caretakers to help you maintain perfect health. But nearly all patients would agree that finding the right Doc can be tricky. Yes, most doctors wear a white coat or a pair of scrubs, and can be found in hospitals or steely offices —...
Just like buckling up when you get in a car or putting on sunscreen before hitting the beach, getting your annual flu shot is just one of those things everyone should do for their health. “It’s the best way we have to protect ourselves from the influenza, which isn’t as trivial a disease as people think it is,” says...
Getting diagnosed with a lifelong chronic illness can be a huge shock—and the surprises will likely keep coming as the patient journey continues. Here, four women who heard the words “you have rheumatoid arthritis” share the realizations—and yes, some of them are good!—that they’ve had since being diagnosed with the autoimmune disease. Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a chronic inflammatory disorder...
You’re a thousand percent, totally on board wearing a mask in public, especially where it’s not possible to stay six feet away from everyone. That’s because not only is wearing a mask or face covering the most effective tool we have right now to stop the spread of COVID-19, but it’s like carrying a giant sign that reads, “I...
Do you snuggle up with extra blankets even on a hot summer night, or consider sweater weather a year-round season? If that sounds familiar, you might also recognize these symptoms: you regularly get shivering spells, icy fingers and toes, and feel like you’re freezing all the time (regardless of the temperature, and for no reason!). Experts at Harvard Medical...
As the number of confirmed cases of coronavirus (COVID-19), continues to climb around the globe, one of the top questions people are asking is: What can we do to prevent it from spreading? It's a stressful time, to be sure — but there are simple, specific steps you can take to protect yourself and others from becoming infected. The first...
How many times have you been lulled to sleep by neon blue hues of your phone's screen as you continue to skim headlines while in bed? The answer for nearly all is zero; yet we're collectively still reaching for gadgets as soon as our head hits the pillow. It's a phenomena that we now know as "doomscrolling", a term...

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If there’s one element of flooring to consider an indispensable ally, it’s underlayment. A thin layer of material that runs between your visible flooring...