There is such a stigma behind any female contraceptive – birth control pills being one of the most common. When I made the decision to go on birth control a year ago, there was a lot I didn’t know.
Though a big trend on the shelves of grocery stores today, it’s surprising that kombucha has actually been around for thousands of years. But what is it, and what can it actually do for you? VALLEY is here to clear up any kombucha confusion you may be having.
In a world where almost anything can be ordered and customized within a few clicks, daily essentials such as toothbrushes and razors can be too. Subscription services for everything you need can simplify your routine and create your perfect beauty and wellness regimen.
Growing up, almost everyone was nagged and scolded by their parents to always remember to take their vitamins. Vitamins have numerous health benefits such as…
A fitness and health craze has taken over State College and the Penn State community over the past few years. New fitness studios like F45…
Natural health remedies used to be (and are sometimes still) something to be giggled at. We’ve all heard the funny ones like bathing in tomato…
Rid your body of all those toxins and bad bacteria for the holiday season so you can make room for all of the festive food to come. Save the bad foods for when you really deserve them―Thanksgiving.
Winter is almost here, and so is one of our (not so) favorite things as Penn State students—the “Penn State Plague.”
All in all, though, science is in and vitamins are out!
So next time you’re grocery shopping, reach for the spinach instead of the iceberg lettuce, and try making a cauliflower pizza before ordering out!
Staying healthy enough to be able to cheer on the dancers and be there for every second of greatness THON has to offer is essential for Penn State students, so here are some tips to stay healthy for THON weekend.
Audrey Fleck, MS, RDN of Functional Origins, recommends that women (and men!) take four supplements— a B-Complex, Vitamin D3, Omega 3 Fatty Acid, and a probiotic— and here’s why.