Flu shots are quite controversial. Of all the vaccines we are asked to get, influenza is the only one that has to be given every year and has a much lower efficacy rate than most others. It's understandable that people are wary or confused about whether or not it is even worth getting. The truth is, flu vaccines don't always work. It would be great if they did, but they don't. Here are a few reasons why they might not work every single time.
The reason exercise resolutions rarely last is that they’re often unrealistic and unenjoyable. If you resolve to hit the gym every day, but you have a full-time job and hate working out in public, it’s probably not going to happen. This list of five weight loss resolutions are easy to keep and work with your busy schedule.
There are so many options on the cold and flu aisle of the local pharmacy. It seems like an endless supply of options to help relieve every symptom you may have. That must mean they are all safe, right? Not exactly. There are quite a few things to take into consideration when you are trying to decide which medicine you can take for your cold or flu symptoms—or any other minor medical symptoms.
The words "cold" and "flu" are sometimes used interchangeably when they're actually quite different. Both illnesses can leave you feeling pretty lousy, but how can you tell the difference between each? And more importantly, how can you relieve your symptoms?
There are so many good reasons to improve your posture. But did you know that better posture might actually help you lose weight? Improved posture alone doesn't cause weight loss, but it can affect the factors that make weight harder or easier. Learn more about the benefits of good posture and how to improve your posture.
First-generation wearables like FitBit and Jawbone were a huge hit for people interested in fitness and health. With their growing popularity, companies and scientists have explored how wearables can be used to monitor or detect medical issues. These devices will emphasize tracking specific factors, such as evaluating sugar levels or sweat production. Learn more about condition-specific wearables that can detect and monitor conditions like Parkinson's Disease and epileptic seizures.