Cannabis, Health, Food and Nutrition
Devon is a writer and editor who has written for magazines, newspapers and websites in Canada and the US. Her work in health is driven by personal experience with chronic and difficult-to-diagnose conditions. Devon applies the same curiosity, tenacity, and research-driven passion to her articles with imaware™ as she does to her own personal auto immune health mysteries.
Devon received B.A. in Anthroplogy from the University of Waterloo, and her M.A. in Religion and Culture from Wilfrid Laurier University. She currently serves as an industry advisor to Centennial College’s Professional Writing program.
Itchy eyes, runny nose, sneezing—allergy symptoms are no fun! Whether you’re dealing with seasonal grass and pollen allergies, or reacting to a trigger such as animal dander, the effects are equally miserable.
Testosterone is the sex hormone responsible for developing the penises and testes, strengthening and enlarging muscles and bones, producing sperm, deepening the voice, stimulating the growth of facial and pubic hair, and for maintaining a healthy libido, or sex drive.
There’s a funny thing that happens with vitamins sometimes, where the often-overlooked organic molecules that have always been essential for human health suddenly become superstars. These days, the spotlight arguably shines brightest on vitamin D, and with good reason.
As anyone with a drawer full of stretchy pants knows, the defining feature of bloating is the appearance or feeling of a swollen or distended belly. Although it is not fun to feel bloated, it is fairly common, with just over 20 percent of Americans reporting that they experienced bloating in a given week
Just as ears and noses get bigger as we age, the prostate gland continues to grow over time1. In fact, enlarged prostate—also known as benign prostatic hyperplasia, or BPH, is so common that medical professionals consider it an inevitable consequence of aging with male hormones.
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