Wondering how to get rid of hiccups? From holding your breath to eating ice, there are a couple of things you can try — but none of these are guaranteed to work. As it turns out, scientists don't really know what causes hiccups. These strange sounds may be due to stress, overeating, or drinking very cold or very hot drinks (via Cleveland Clinic). Some medications, especially those prescribed for anxiety, may be to blame, too.
The symptoms of a stroke and heart attack can occur very suddenly and can sometimes be fairly similar. However, being able to distinguish the difference between the main symptoms of a stroke and a heart attack can be crucial in the event of a medical emergency.
If every move you make is accompanied by the gritty sound of bones cracking and grinding, you may want a chiropractor on speed dial. According to Cleveland Clinic, a licensed chiropractor manipulates the joints in your body to correct their alignment and can complement the traditional medical care you receive. A lot of that manipulation happens through the spinal cord.
If you're working virtually, then chances are you are spending a lot of time on Zoom meetings. But if you don't like getting on camera, it looks like you may not be the only one. Researchers are reporting a growing trend of "Zoom dysmorphia," or the negative self-perception from seeing your face on camera (per International Journal of Women's Dermatology).
Did you know that more than two billion people worldwide are affected by anemia? According to the Cleveland Clinic, not everyone who has it may even realize it. This common condition prevents oxygen from being carried to your body's organs and tissues, often resulting in symptoms such as fatigue, headaches, pale and dry skin, and a fast heartbeat.
Freckles and moles are both darker colored dots on your skin. You might even use the words interchangeably, according to Walk-In Dermatology. Perhaps you have lots of freckles or plenty of moles, or maybe you don't have any or very few. No matter how many moles and freckles you may have, you might not know the differences between them or how to tell which one is which.
We've written a lot about sunscreens of late, discussing the varied options for different skin types, different body parts (hair sunscreen, anyone?), and even sunscreens that align with environmentalist values. But there's one sunscreen topic we haven't covered yet, and that's which ones are best (and worst) to use when you're expecting a little one.
Looking for the best ways to treat vitiligo? While there is no cure for this disorder, you can keep it under control and even out your skin tone. Young people have the highest chance to regain their skin color, says the Cleveland Clinic. Unfortunately, treatment is less effective in those who develop the disease later in life.
Dandruff is a tricky beast to slay. Despite it being a rather common condition, people often struggle with treating dandruff. There are dandruff shampoos that say they're specifically formulated to combat the white flakes, but do they actually work? There exists a wealthy number of natural remedies that people claim can cure dandruff, but the same question lingers.
Since sunglasses are as much a fashion accessory as they are protective eyewear, it can be tempting to buy a pair just because you like how they look on your face, you like the particular style, or you're a fan of the brand. But you can certainly ensure solid UV protection for your all-important vision without sacrificing style.
Chances are that when you were growing up, your parents had a bottle of rubbing alcohol somewhere in the cabinets or bathroom that they broke out for first aid purposes, and you undoubtedly pass the bottles at your local pharmacy while on the hunt for other things. But did you know that rubbing alcohol is incredibly versatile and can be used for a whole host of household and emergency situations beyond simply sanitizing that scraped knee?
While most of us know that we need to schedule routine maintenance for our cars and even our heating and A/C systems before they break down rather than waiting for disaster to strike, sometimes we're not quite as conscientious when it comes to our own health and well-being. Sure, we might undergo an annual physical each year, but unless we're complaining of any particular symptoms, such a checkup might not amount to much more than a weigh-in, a stethoscope to the chest, and maybe a hammer to the knee to check if you're still alive and (literally) kicking.
There is no denying that many people love white teeth, on themselves as well as on others. Having white teeth is not only aesthetically appealing to most people but it also has a psychological reason behind it. According to Dr. Dacher Keltner, a professor of psychology at the University of California, Berkeley, most people are attracted to white teeth because they appear to be cleaner and healthier as compared to stained or yellow ones→
You wake up after a long night's sleep hoping to feel all refreshed and looking forward to a good day but the first thing you end up doing is sneezing while your nose runs. Thankfully, a handy box of tissues is right on your nightstand because this is something you're now used to. You wake up with a runny nose more often than not, but why and what can you do to stop it from happening?
When it comes to skincare, new products and technologies are constantly hitting the market, and that's not including the various skincare routines that are always being touted online. However, some products withstand the test of time and hyaluronic acid is one of them.
Acne is not just a teenage ailment, as it can occur at any age. Although adult acne is less common than teen acne, it affects more women than men and can often occur during menopause when hormones are off balance. Healthline reports that 25% of women aged 40-49 get acne. Hormonal imbalances that occur with puberty are also what cause teen acne, so it makes sense that the same thing would cause adult-onset flareups. But how do you remedy acne using natural and gentle methods?→
There's nothing like soaking up the sun on a warm summer day, but it's very easy to get a little too much sun. How quickly you burn can vary from person to person; the American Skin Association warns that someone with lightly pigmented skin can get a sunburn in as little as 10 minutes. Even if you wear sunscreen (as you should — even indoors), people often forget to reapply it throughout the day, which means they can still get a sunburn.
Lower back pain affects more than 31 million people in the U.S., reports the American Chiropractic Association (ACA). From children and teens to seniors, anyone can experience this problem. Lifestyle habits, such as prolonged sitting or standing, can worsen your symptoms and lead to chronic back pain. In some cases, the pain is due to a herniated disc, spinal stenosis, or muscle strain, according to the Cleveland Clinic.
Waking up in the middle of the night to numb hands is never a fun feeling, but it's certainly not an uncommon one.
It's a feeling that most people have felt in their life at some point or another, (via Healthline). When your hands are asleep, or the feeling of "pins and needles," it's usually pretty simple to get the sensation flowing back with some quick movements and some relocating of limbs. But what causes this feeling in the first place?
When a person unfocuses their eyes, they do so by relaxing the ciliary muscles in their eyes, which in turn causes them to lose focus. In general, people tend to unfocus their eyes when looking at an object from a close range, when looking at hidden images — such as Magic Eye Images — and when admiring 3D imagery or artworks. A lot of people first learn the ability to unfocus their eyes during their childhood, while others simply pick up the skill while daydreaming or staring into space.
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