Last August, a girl made sports headlines. Mo’ne Davis, 13, appeared on the cover of Sports Illustrated after she became the first girl to pitch a shutout game in Little League World Series history. Wait a minute. A teenaged girl on the cover of SI. Not wearing a bikini? Another young female athlete also recently made the news.…
When you decide to lose weight, you probably want if off as soon as possible. The advertisements you see about losing 30 lbs. in 30 days may look tempting, but deep down you probably know that this mainly hype and not the best way to lose weight. Also, “fat-burning foods” are unsubstantiated myths, according to the American Heart Association.
The teenage years are a tough time to be different, since peers can be less than kind. Many teenagers have body image problems, either due to the changes brought on by puberty or because they have not learned how to keep themselves healthy. Some teenagers struggle with their weight and want to do whatever they can to get healthy and lose a few excess pounds. The best and quickest way for a teenager to lose weight is to make a few small changes to his diet and daily routine.
Fever blisters, sometimes called cold sores, occur on and around your mouth. They are often a by-product of certain herpes viruses and can pop up any time. There is nothing like getting ready for a big day and discovering a raw, itchy, painful, red splotch on your face. It ruins the mood. While there is no sure cure to wipe out fever blisters immediately or over time, you can, with careful attention, facilitate the shortest life possible for that little nasty blister.