As we transition from fall to winter, we New Yorkers have to go through a lot. The leaves fall and make a mess, it gets darker and darker earlier every day, and we end up with just a couple of weeks of perfect weather before it feels like we skip
It feels like 2021 came and went in a flash. For many of us, things didn’t get back to normal fast enough and it seems like there may be a bump or two left in the road ahead. That’s all the more reason for us to take 2022 head on…
Millions of Americans are affected by seasonal affective disorder (SAD) which can negatively impact their quality of life. In fact, anywhere from .5% to 3% of the general population is affected by this disorder. SAD is a form of depression and can create a lot of obstacles for those suffering
For many people, thinning hair and hair loss can creep up on us with age. It can sometimes be hard to notice when we see ourselves every day that our hair just isn’t what it used to be. Sometimes it even takes another person pointing it out to you before
Whether you wear your hair long or short, everyone wants healthy hair. Common mistakes in diet and habits can damage hair and increase natural hair fall (the amount of hair shed through normal grooming). The good news is that simple changes and tips can improve your hair’s health and appearance.
Melatonin is a hormone that is naturally created in your body by the pineal gland while you sleep. You may have heard that some people take melatonin as a short-term sleep aid to treat insomnia. It is also an antioxidant, which means it can combat oxidative stress to reduce the
Baldness is something that mankind has been trying to combat since its earliest days. Primitive wigs and hairpieces go back to early civilizations like the Celts and the Sumerians. Ancient Egyptians would mix concoctions to put on their heads in the hopes of curing baldness. The Roman Empire saw the
Birth control is an important part of many women’s lives – whether they’re sexually active or not. Birth control pills are frequently prescribed to even out hormone cycles in addition to preventing pregnancy. In fact, a recent study showed that nearly 2/3rds of women aged 15-49 in the United States