1. Boost heart health with progesterone and BHRT

    For many decades, there has been ongoing controversy and debates about the safety and efficacy of conventional hormone replacement therapy (HRT) versus bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT). Both therapies are meant to correct problems with hormonal imbalance, especially in women who have undergone menopause, but recently, studies have emerged that link conventional, synthetic methods of…Read More

  2. Top 3 ways to reverse thinning hair problems

    Thinning hair and baldness is so common that many individuals attribute hair loss to the natural aging process. Alopecia, which is the medical term for baldness, is experienced by over 50 percent of all adult men and women in the United States. 30 percent of all people suffer from some type of hair loss before they turn 30, and 50 percent experience worsened thinning hair and balding by the time t…Read More

  3. Tips for managing your skin throughout menopause

    No matter where you are in the stages of menopause -- whether it be perimenopause, menopause, or postmenopause -- you’re most likely going to experience a series of changes related to hormonal imbalance. While hot flashes and irritability are a few of the more well-known symptoms of menopause, women may also experience redness, dryness, breakouts, and itchiness of the skin as a result of having …Read More

  4. Breakfast foods that can help reverse aging

    Throughout your life, you may have heard hundreds of times that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. A healthy, hearty breakfast has been shown to have the ability to boost your body’s energy levels, as well as your mental clarity. Now, a collection of new studies are showing that breakfast can also slow down and reverse the aging process, and promote a longer, fuller life. Here are …Read More

  5. Tips for preventing ingrown hairs

    If you’ve been shaving your legs, underarms, or face for as long as you can remember, you’re probably already well aware that you either end up with soft, smooth skin or red, irritating bumps that normally signify the presence of ingrown hairs. Ingrown hairs usually occur as a result of dry shaving or clogged hair follicles, and can lead to infection when left untreated or treated improperly a…Read More

  6. Love hormone oxytocin exhibits anti-aging properties

    Oxytocin is the love hormone that many of us experience when we hug a loved one or engage in sexual interaction. Oxytocin is also often released in mothers when they breastfeed their children, and is known to increase sexual libido and intensify the bonds between family and partners. According to a new study conducted by researchers at the University of California at Berkeley, oxytocin may contain…Read More

  7. Top 7 reasons to undergo laser hair removal

    During the summertime, you’re most likely spending more time outdoors wearing shorts or skirts to offset the summer heat and maybe even to get a bit of sun exposure. If you’re a woman, you might be spending extra time each day shaving your legs, bikini area, and underarms, whereas if you’re a man, the summer season might have nothing to do with the frustration you experience in regards to ha…Read More

  8. Stay fit as you age

    As you age, you may hear excuses from your peers regarding exercise, such as “I’m too old for exercise,” or “I must save the little strength and energy I have left.” Maybe you have even found yourself using some of these excuses. However, these are just a few myths associated with exercise and aging. Staying active as you grow older is important to your overall health and wellness, and c…Read More

  9. PMS and migraines could indicate hormonal imbalance

    In the United States, 75 percent of all women are affected by a condition commonly known as premenstrual syndrome, or PMS. PMS usually occurs between ovulation and the start of menstrual bleeding, and is often associated with symptoms such as anxiety, mood swings, depression, irritability, bloating, water retention, sugar cravings, breast soreness, headaches or migraines, and problems with sleepin…Read More

  10. 5 ways to get radiant and youthful-looking skin

    Last year, Americans spent nearly 250 billion dollars on cosmetics, lotions, and creams in an attempt to slow down and reverse the aging process of their skin. Unfortunately, many skincare products sold in drugstores and department stores fail to truly reverse signs of aging, and are only able to temporarily tighten and improve the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. The outer layer of our skin…Read More