5 Best Mattresses for Scoliosis Patients to Buy

Mattresses for Scoliosis

What is Scoliosis? According to the National Institute of Health, Scoliosis is a disorder that causes a sideways curvature of the spine. The curves are often C- or S-shaped and mainly occur during the growth spurt that occurs just before puberty. Although the cause of scoliosis is not known, it has been associated with conditions … Read more

7 Celebrities with ADHD

Celebrities with ADHD

You’re probably wondering why I’m writing about ADHD when it has nothing to do with celebrities. Well, in this blog, I’ll talk about some people who might not have had the best childhood but found success after they were diagnosed with ADHD as adults. What Is Adhd? ADHD stands for “Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.” It’s … Read more

29 Celebrities With Autism

Celebrities With Autism

What is Autism? According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, autism is “a developmental disability that can cause significant social, communication and behavioral challenges”. Basically, those with autism may communicate, think and behave a little differently than those without autism. The DSM states that for a person to be diagnosed with Autism Spectrum … Read more

About Throat Coat Tea

Throat Coat tea

Throat coat tea is a black herbal mixture with honey and lemon which soothes the throat and helps fight throat infections. It also contains mint and cough-relieving ingredients. Read on to know more about throat coat tea and the benefits of drinking it. Throat coat tea help to soothe the throat and kill any germs … Read more

Alopecia Areata: Can’t be cured But it can be prevented

Alopecia Areata

Alopecia Areata is an autoimmune disease that causes hair loss. Alopecia areata does not cause complete baldness but instead results in round patches of hair loss on the scalp and other parts of the body. Alopecia areata cannot be predicted by family history or genetics alone, however, it can run in families. Alopecia areata affects … Read more

What is a High Uric Acid Level in Women?

What is a High Uric Acid Level in Women

A high uric acid level in women may mean that your kidneys aren’t working well enough to get rid of the waste that comes from food and drinks that you consume. Gout, kidney stones, and high blood pressure are some conditions that may develop as a result of high levels of uric acid in the … Read more

7 Celebrities With Depression

Celebrities With Depression

Depression is a mental health condition that can cause feelings of sadness, incompetence, low self-worth, and loneliness. Many people struggle with depression, even if they have happy and successful lives. Even celebrities can struggle with depression. When celebrities publicly share information about their struggles with depression, it can be valuable. Fans may have thought that … Read more

Can Fibromyalgia Cause Tremors?

Can Fibromyalgia Cause Tremors

Many people have questions as to whether internal tremors are a sign of Fibromyalgia or Fibromyalgia is a sign of internal tremors. Some people also wonder whether fibromyalgia causes tremors. To answer these questions, we need to understand the relations between the two based on the definitions, causes, symptoms, and risk factors. What is Fibromyalgia … Read more

10 Celebrities With Eating Disorders

Taylor Swift

Why Aren’t We Satisfied With Our Bodies? For decades, Hollywood has exerted a lot of influence over fatphobia. Body dysmorphic disorder is an illness more common in the land of glitter than ever. It is best described as seeing only perceived flaws in appearance, with weight being right at the forefront of the issue. The … Read more

19 Famous People with Borderline Personality Disorder

Marilyn Monroe

Have you ever thought about what it would be like to have a borderline personality disorder? People with BPD are often viewed as out-of-control, flighty, self-destructive risk-takers. Self-mutilation is generally the first thing that comes to mind when most people hear the term “borderline. Note that Borderline disorder has the strongest stigmatization in the world. … Read more