Every week we hand-pick the most interesting and buzz-worthy wellness news and put them all in one place. Health is never boring with these stories from around the web.
An overgrowth of the fungus candida albicans is one of the most common gut problems facing people today. But new research is showing how it can actually move into your brain and contribute to significant memory problems. – via Medical News Today
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No… its the flu. Or is it a cold? This time of year, it is especially important to know the difference between the two. Between prevention, recognizing the signs, and treatment, there can be a lot of differences between these viruses. Knowing the difference not only prepares you for the future in treatment, but for those around you as well. – via npr.org
Meditation is so important to healing and stabling your mind and body. With our first full super blood moon of the year coming around the corner, this is the perfect opportunity to take in some great healing energy. – via Bustle
With our phones always being within an arms reach we have come to rely on them everyday. They offer efficiency, knowledge, and more, but one downfall is that they can keep us from being bored. While no one likes being bored, never experiencing boredom has its downfalls. – via TIME
With the rise in mental health problems in young children, it is important to teach children how to deal with daily stress. Researchers have shown these strategies are the most effective. – via The Guardian
Going out to eat has never been easier with Chipotle’s addition of premade bowls tailored to the latest trending diets – paleo, keto, and Whole30. – via Newsweek
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