Welcome to The Healthiest! Your local guide to health and wellness that we have all been waiting for. In this issue we will learn about a range of health topics that pertain to your local community. If you like what you read, make sure you subscribe to get all of our local newsletters!
Paddleboarding combines fun with a full-body workout, enhancing balance and reducing stress. Ideal for building endurance and strength, Charleston offers several fantastic paddleboarding spots.
Cancer, a complex disease, has been a part of human history for centuries. The first scientific description, by Richard Bright in 1713, highlighted its uncontrolled cell growth. In the 19th century, Rudolf Virchow's cell theory advanced understanding. The 20th century saw significant research leading to treatments like chemotherapy and radiation therapy.
The "no-makeup makeup" look is a popular trend for achieving a natural and flawless appearance, suitable for everyday wear or special occasions. Quick and simple to apply, it provides an understated yet elegant finish. Platforms like TikTok, Instagram, and YouTube offer countless tutorials for guidance.
Alzheimer's disease is a progressive brain disorder leading to memory loss and cognitive decline. It is the most common form of dementia, and early diagnosis is crucial for effective management. Here are 10 early signs and symptoms of Alzheimer's disease:
Bringing a new puppy home is exciting, but understanding when it's safe for them to go outside is crucial. Vaccinations play a key role in protecting puppies from diseases, starting at 6-8 weeks old with boosters until 16 weeks. Annual rabies vaccines follow. Puppies should not go outside until fully vaccinated around 18 weeks. Socialization is equally vital, promoting positive interactions with people and animals.
Urinary tract infections (UTIs) impact the urinary system, with bacteria, commonly Escherichia coli, causing infections in the bladder and urethra. Factors like poor hygiene, tight clothing, sexual activity, and dehydration increase UTI risks. Symptoms include frequent urination, pain, cloudy urine, and fever. Diagnosis involves a urine test, and antibiotics are the typical treatment.