Love is a beautiful thing, but what causes it? Well, it might all just be in your head.
We all know that acne is caused by things we face in our everyday lives. Sweat, dirty pillowcases, and rogue hair product are just a few of the culprits of random breakouts. And wrinkles, of course, are an inevitable side effect of aging. But it’s not only what touches our skin on the outside that can cause it to flare up. In fact, the food you put inside your body is just as important. If you have an expert skincare regimen but your skin still isn’t top-notch, you could be consuming all the wrong things. Here are a few of the surprising foods that can wreak havoc on your complexion…
Why working out is great for health, but not for weight loss, explained in five minutes.
Everyone suffers a little in the winter, be it human or animal, but how does cold climate actually change your body?
Lissa Rankin, MD is an OB/GYN physician, author, keynote speaker, consultant to health care visionaries, professional artist, and founder of the women’s health and wellness community OwningPink.com. Discouraged by the broken, patriarchal health care system, she left her medical practice in 2007 only to realize that you can quit your job, but you can’t quit your calling. This epiphany launched her on a journey of discovery that led her to become a leader in the field of mind/body medicine, which she blogs about at OwningPink.com and is writing about in her third book Mind Over Medicine: Scientific Proof You Can Heal Yourself (Hay House, 2013).
The biggest problem for the climate change fight isn’t technology – it’s human psychology.