is the general condition of body and mind; a healthy state of wellbeing free from disease.
is the study and practice of disease diagnosis, treatment with drugs, and its prevention.
is the practice or habit of eating (and drinking) in a regulated fashion with the aim of losing
(or, sometimes, gaining) weight, or in some cases to regulate the amounts of certain nutrients.
is the science of human behavior, the mind, and mental processes in humans and animals as
they interact with each other and the environment.
This article is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License. It uses material from the Wikipedia article "Wellness"
When you mention the word "diet", many people think about an attempt to lose weight. However, a diet is the combination of all the foods you eat, whether for a special purpose or not.
There are many kinds of special diets and many reasons for chosing to follow them. For some people, it is a philosophical or religious reason. Others have medical conditions that dietary changes may prevent or help control.
The practice of medicine is more than just maintaining good health. It also includes the diagnosis and prevention of disease, the exploration and establishment of treatments and cures for illnesses and the relief of pain. The recognition that the medical field is responsible for the prevention of disease has led to better worldwide public health. Advances in sanitation and hygiene, along with the development of nutritional standards, have helped the world reduce, and in some cases, eliminate certain diseases.
Perfume is a fragrant fluid which many people feel makes them more attractive. It is also found in household products, such as cleaners, hair dye, and paint, to mask the offensive aromas inherent in these products. To some, however, perfumes are anything but attractive and represent a health hazard.
Psychology is the science of human behavior, the mind, and mental processes in humans and animals as they interact with each other and the environment. As a practice, psychologists focus on diagnosing, assessing, and delivering preventive and therapeutic services directly to individuals.
Vitamins are organic chemical compounds that occur naturally in certain foods. There are thirteen different vitamins and your body must have all thirteen to function properly. Vitamins promote normal growth, provide proper metabolism (energy in your cells), ensure good health and protect against certain diseases. As the building blocks for the majority of chemical reactions in your body, vitamins combine with proteins and minerals to produce enzymes (which speed up your internal chemical reactions) and hormones (which regulate organ functions and activities including heart rate, blood pressure and glucose levels.)