The Benefits of Walking

Live longer Research shows you are likely to live longer if you walk at least 5.5 miles per week. Walking this much at a slow pace of 2 miles per hour can be enough to lower your...

Vitamin B12 Deficiency

How much you know about B12 Deficiency? How do you know if you have B12 deficiency? Fatigue is the most common symptom of people who have low levels of vitamin B12. However, fatigue by itself can...

Tea Facts

Tea leaves are from the Camellia sinensis plant, contain antioxidants, which may reduce or help to prevent cells damage. The difference between the main types of tea (green, black, and oolong) is the processing of making....

Magnificent Vitamin D?

Vitamin D benefits: Boost the immune system Boosts bone health: it helps to absorb the calcium and phosphorus Support muscle function Keep heart healthy Lower risk of developing multiple sclerosis (MS) Reduce risk of multiple...

How Good is Quinoa?

Quinoa is one of the world popular health foods. Quinoa is not a type of grains but pseudo-cereals, which are prepared and consumed like grains. The health benefits of quinoa include: Quinoa is very nutritious....

Honey Facts

Mmm… yummy honey. What is honey made of? It is actually made of sugar and water, and 95% to 99% is sugar. Its sugar contains fructose, glucose, and some probiotic sugars. The probiotic sugars can...

Coffee and Tea The Popular Beverages

Besides water, the most enjoyable and popular beverages around the world are coffee and tea. Both beverages are wonderful for enjoying either with friends or by yourself. I enjoy them with my hubby. Now even...

Drop the Highlighters

Want to learn better, scientists suggest to drop the highlighters. Remember countless study nights, staying up late just to try to earn better grades. Highlighters, from blue, green, yellow, pink, to orange; we are using...

How the Inner Ear Balance System Works

Labyrinth Semicircular Canals Published on Sep 14, 2014 Video describes how the inner ear balance system works. The semicircular canals are shown along with corresponding head movements. PLEASE NOTE that this video is a simplification of what...

Steaming up Your Vegetables

Flavonoids are an antioxidant. Flavonoids are nutrients that are found in many vegetables, which include broccoli. Their health effects in our body help to protect cells from free radicals. Radicals are the unstable compounds that damage...