To make sure we age like the fine wine we want to be, it’s important for both men and women to have regular health exams.
Hims recommends the following preventative screening tests men and women need to have throughout their life.
20s – 30s Screenings: Blood pressure – every 3-5 years Cholesterol – every 5 years, more frequently if at risk for heart disease Diabetes – if BMI over 25 STD – depending on risk factors Pelvic exam and pap smear – every 3 years
Medical marijuana isn’t a new thing. In fact, historical texts show that ancient people used cannabis for holistic healing thousands of years ago.
And, despite the fact that the Federal Government has been slow to show support for medical marijuana and related products like vape oils and cannabis pills, 29 states and the District of Columbia have legalized doctor-prescribed pot.
Fruits and vegetables make up the key components to a healthier lifestyle and also keep you free from a sluggish and overweight existence.
Eating whole food sources of nutrients such as magnesium, calcium, the B vitamins, vitamin D, protein, essential fatty acids, and potassium allows your cells to function effectively… as they were meant to.
Keep reading for some health benefits of whole food nutrition.
Exercise is good for the body and mind and did you know exercise and sweating is good for your skin, too?
Dr. Margarita Lolis, a New Jersey board certified dermatologist explains that, "When exercising we release toxins from our skin, opening up and clear out our pores. However, if you miss one important step when it comes to exercising and skin, you'll start to notice your skin going downhill."
Here are some pointers to help your skin look its post-workout best.
A head-to-toe routine is a must. Dr. Lolis found that those who work out several times per week seem to have similar skin issues.
These 14 Skincare Hacks for Gym Rats provided by Dr. Lolis, are based on the common issues her own patients often face.