Bethany McIlrath

About: Bethany McIlrath

Bethany McIlrath is a freelance writer who loves sharing tips with her readers to help them to live healthier, fuller lives. Primarily using the internet for research, Bethany knows that it can be difficult to sort out fact and fiction when it comes to learning how to live better. Her goal in writing about health-related topics is to provide you with accurate, easy-to-understand information so that you can live well right now. Visit bethany on Twitter, LinkedIn and Professional Website

Articles By Bethany McIlrath

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Aug31

Osteo Plus Review: How Safe and Effective is this Product?

Introduction Osteo Plus is a bone health supplement that fortifies bone structure, improves joint movement, and fights against nighttime leg muscle cramps. Osteo Plus is a product in Meditrend Inc.’s Progena line. Meditrend Inc. was founded in 1980 and creates affordable healthcare products. The Progena Professional Formulations line of the company specializes in nutritional supplements. One bottle contains 180 capsules and costs $26...

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Consumer Health Digest
Aug23

What Can You Do to Help Prevent and Manage Gout?

The word alone can sound intimidating. Gout, though not typically a life-threatening condition, is intimidating because it can be painful and have severe flare ups from time to time. Fortunately, gout is a well-understood disease. As a result, medical experts know of several ways to prevent and manage this unpleasant condition. So what you can do to prevent and manage gout? Strategy 1: Understand the Disease A form of arthritis, gout...

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Consumer Health Digest
Jul26

How Probiotics Can Transform Your Body?

Generally speaking, bacteria is something people avoid. You wash your hands, sanitize your eating utensils, and cook your food to particular temperatures to avoid bacterial contamination. Yet some people advocate for consuming bacteria in the form of probiotics. Also called “the good bacteria,” probiotics are microbes that people consume in order to improve their digestive health. They are supplemental because bacteria- in...

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Consumer Health Digest
Apr09

Season-Wise Skin Care Regimen: Know the Best Care for Your Skin Type

Skin care may seem simple, but the skin’s needs are much more complex than most people realize. Taking regular showers isn’t enough to keep the skin clean all the time, for example. Skin health isn’t just about sun exposure, either the health of the immune system, for instance, is connected to the skin. The needs of the skin vary depending on the environment, too. During the different seasons of the year, a unique...

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Consumer Health Digest
Apr04

Does Removing Facial Hair Cause Wrinkle?

For some men, facial hair is a matter of pride. Many men proudly wear their beards, mustaches, sideburns, and much more. Facial hair styles for men change over the years, but more often than not, facial hair is a part of some trend. Women, however, look at facial hair quite differently when it is their own. Typically, throughout much of history and in modern times, facial hair on women is considered unattractive and is avoided. Women...

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Consumer Health Digest
Mar30

How to Deal with Computer Face Wrinkles?

Many people know that wrinkles are a part of the aging process. They show up as the skin deteriorates and loses its elasticity. Of course, some people seem to have more obvious wrinkles than others. There is a reason or that. Do you know what exacerbates wrinkles in the skin? There are several ways to answer the question. For many people, exposure to sunlight and resulting sunburns influence their wrinkling. Other people notice that...

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Consumer Health Digest
Mar05

Is It Safe to Apply Wrinkle Cream After Facial?

When you think about taking great care of your skin, which part of your skin do you think of first? If you’re like most people, the skin on your face receives the most attention. There are a few reasons for that. For one example, consider that the skin on the face is the most obvious and most seen. Second, the skin on the face is often the most damaged by things like acne, sunburn, or signs of aging. To combat issues like these...

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Consumer Health Digest
Feb25

How to Deal with the Emotional Vampires?

What in the world is an emotional vampire? Think about it. Vampires are associated with darkness and unpleasantness. They drain you of vital things. The emotional equivalent of a vampire is stress. Particularly stress marked by anxiety. When you live life stressed out to the point that you suffer from anxiety, you are drained of vital things like positive emotions, self-confidence, and energy. You enter a form of depression and many...

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Consumer Health Digest
Feb22

Is Your Facial Cleansing Brush Doing More Harm Than Good?

For some people, skin is something that just needs regular washing, like a daily shower, and it looks great. Many other people find that their skin is a challenging variable that must always be considered for healthy and beauty reasons. That’s because some peoples’ skin requires a lot more maintenance than others. A daily shower just won’t do it. Sometimes even using specialized products is not sufficient. Many...

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Consumer Health Digest
Jan23

Blackheads on Nose: Prevention and Treatments

You swing your feet over the edge of the bed and trudge to the bathroom. Maybe at this point your day begins to brighten up, but then you look in the mirror. There it is. A blackhead. Of all the places one could show up, it has to be your nose. Can’t you just go back to bed? Unfortunately, life does not stop, even for something as unsightly as a blackhead can be. Even for morning people, days like that can make getting up feel...

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