Smoking has successfully been labeled as an early ticket to death by the World Health Organization, the Food and Drug Administration, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and every other medical institution on the face of the planet. For those who light up, the risk of cancer, lung disease, heart disease, and other medical conditions are greatly increased. While we here at Super Good Stuff applaud those who can kick the cigarette habit, smokers face a unique and potentially deadly challenge that is seldom mentioned.
Memory loss or memory lapses are more than inconvenient. A person relies heavily on memory for many vitally important things such as work responsibilities, family obligations, and personal health. What is the key cause of memory loss?
Feeling bloated sucks. Outside of changing your diet, there's a few things you could do to help reduce the feeling of being bloated.
Gallbladder disease and fatty liver disease are painful and often result in surgery. But, you may be able to avoid that if you take steps now to help clear things out and keep things moving right.
You can't put junk in and expect to get strong little swimmers. Avoid these five foods and add in a couple of vitamins to improve your chances.
You need a lot of omega-3 fatty acids, but omega-6s are just as important. But the right kind of will make a difference to your health.
To reduce joint pain, look for the reason. Are you eating something? Drinking the wrong thing? Or could there be something extra going on.
Adrenal fatigue is a condition that many hear about but don’t fully understand. While considered a legitimate health condition in many forms of eastern medicine, it has less recognition among practitioners of western medical disciplines. While this is slowly changing, the fact is that it can often seem confusing.
Learn what chronic stress does to the thyroid and how body temperature affects your thyroid.
Your pet having cancer is heartbreaking and tragic. But, there are specific steps you can take to reduce your pet's chances of cancer and being able to live a long healthy life.