5 Things To Know About Canker  

Have you ever had painful, circular lesions in your mouth causing extreme discomfort when you’re eating and talking? Known for their scientific name, aphthous ulcers, canker sores are said to be triggered by many factors, including stress and shallow wounds.…
A Team Of Palaeontologists Found A Cat-Sized Stegosaur

A footprint made by a cat-sized dinosaur approximately 100 million years ago was found in China by an international team of palaeontologists, phys.org reported. Dr Anthony Romilio, a University of Queensland research, was among the scientists that analyzed the track,…
How To Make Earth-Friendly Decisions Post Pandemic

With climate changes on the rise, more and more organizations are looking for ways to boost resilience, strengthen the supply chain, and support environmental initiatives. The scope of these changes is sweeping and continuing to transform the landscape. As we…
5 Steps Toward Happier Living

Any reader of this blog knows that I’ve spent the past few years developing a healthier attitude of appreciation toward my body and wellness. Trust me, it hasn’t always been easy to do, but every day is one step further…
How To Ensure You Are Receiving Adequate Healthcare

Annually, the average American may visit their local doctor or physician about four times a year. When you think about it, this number sounds reasonable. It seems like an excellent indication of how healthy Americans are. However, this is entirely…