Women who include a lot of fiber in their diets may have a lower risk for problems with bowel control as they age, a study suggests. The inability to control bowel movements, or bowel leakage – known as fecal incontinence – affects roughly 1 in 6 noninstitutionalized elderly Americans, accordingRead More →

Renowned South African photojournalist David Goldblatt, who documented the impact of apartheid on the lives ordinary people, died on Monday from cancer aged 87. Born of Lithuanian immigrants in Johannesburg’s gold reef, Goldblatt gained international recognition in the 1960s and 70s as apartheid laws took hold in South Africa, culminatingRead More →

Heading out on a road trip with your friends or family can be a great experience. There’s a saying that goes “It’s not about the destination, it’s about the journey” and whether you’re heading out to the mountains with your family for a weekend camping trip or to the beachRead More →

Whenever we suffer from illness, our first course of action is to visit the doctor. As laymen, we entrust our health and wellness in the hands of medical professionals since we assume that they have the best knowledge regarding medicine. These healthcare professionals went to school for quite a whileRead More →