The last thing kids want to think about during summer vacation is school. And for good reason—they work hard during the school year and deserve a break. Summer also gives kids the opportunity to do activities that might not be possible during the school year, whether it’s a hobby or a new endeavor.
On the evening of July 4, 2015, at a holiday cookout, New York Giants football player Jason Pierre-Paul stood on a patch of grass across the street from the house where his family party was being held. A U-Haul® van was parked nearby that contained $1,100 worth of fireworks purchased by Pierre-Paul — enough for the entire neighborhood to enjoy.
Essential oils are extremely popular right now. They are said to be a natural cure for many health conditions, including treating anxiety, curing infections, and improving sleep. But do essential oils really work?
Have you ever suspected that you and the women you see most seem to feel cranky, tired, or bloated around the same time each month? The idea of menstrual cycle syncing has been around for decades and some people have even tied the lunar cycle into the equation. But does data back up the claim that menstrual periods can really sync up?
Think summer, think watermelon. Beyond its sweet taste, a watermelon is unique because botanists classify it as a fruit as well as a vegetable. With more than 1,200 varieties available, you’ll have plenty of choices if you fancy this colorful melon and are looking for a healthy food.
It’s been said that there are two types of men: those that have prostate problems and those that will get them. Benign Prostate Hyperplasia (or BPH) affects a whopping 50% of men over age 50 and the cases increase with age. BPH refers to an enlarged prostate: a condition that has men getting up in the middle of the night to urinate or frequently scoping out the nearest restroom. But relief of BPH is possible and simpler than ever before thanks to a new procedure called Rezum® Water Vapor Therapy.
I’m Hannah, a mental health therapist (MSW, CSW) and yoga instructor. But I wasn’t always either of these. In fact, I probably said the words “I don’t like yoga” at least a dozen times before I was 23 years old. “It’s too easy.” “It’s just stretching.” “It’s fluffy hippy-dippy stuff.” Then, at 23 years old, I went to my first hot yoga class. 90 minutes. 107 degrees. Humid. No talking. Eyes on yourself in the mirror in front of you. The instructor speaks, then you move. It was miserable. I thought to myself, “Never again…”
Ogden Clinic Calendar of Public Events School’s out and summer’s just getting started. Mark those calendars; we’ve got a fresh supply of bouncy balls, lip balm, and other great freebies for the communities we serve. Everyone loves summertime swag, so look for Ogden Clinic at these public events.
A person loses about 50 to 150 strands of hair each day. However, if you’re starting to notice more hair on your pillow, in the shower or in your hairbrush, it might be a sign of a health problem.
Can laptop heat really lower your sperm count? What about skin-hugging underwear? To kick off Men’s Health Month, Urologist Bradford Stevenson is sorting fact from fiction when it comes to common sperm-killing suspects. Listen up, dads-to-be!