Rachel Nall, RN, MSN, CRNA is a Journalism graduate from the University of Tennessee and also holds a Master's of Science in Nursing from the University of Tennessee. She is a certified registered nurse anesthetist in the state of Tennessee. A writer since 2003, she is a former managing editor for custom health publications, including physician journals. She has written for EverydayHealth, NationalGeographic.com, Healthline, The Associated Press and "Jezebel," "Charleston," "Chatter" and "Reach" magazines.
You rely on your handy bottle of hand sanitizer to prevent the spread of infection. But how do you know your hand sanitizer is helping you instead of working against you? This primer on hand sanitizers helps your readers keep their hands clean and prevent illness, plus scientific evidence when hand sanitizers are better than soap and water. | Read More →Words: 414 Downloads: 0 Category: Health & Lifestyles By: Rachel Nelson
Grapes are more than a tasty snack -- you can take grape seed as a supplement or apply it topically to reduce inflammation. Grape seed extract also helps to boost heart health, by keeping your arteries clear of plaque. To be effective, you must take a large enough dosage. This article details grape seed extract´s benefits and how much your readers should take. | Read More →Words: 441 Downloads: 0 Category: Nutrition By: Rachel Nelson
While you may not want fat on your thighs, you need it in your diet. Some "good" fats exist, and this article details what they are and how much you need per day. Just as there are good fats, there are bad ones. From trans to saturated fats, the reader can also know what to avoid. | Read More →Words: 483 Downloads: 0 Category: Nutrition By: Rachel Nelson
Your readers need fiber in their diets -- but do they know the difference between insoluble and soluble fiber? This article serves as a primer for fiber: what each type is, what it does and the foods that have it. You can also learn how much fiber you need on a daily basis and the all-important advice of how to minimize gas and bloating as side effects of increased fiber intake. | Read More →Words: 566 Downloads: 0 Category: Nutrition By: Rachel Nelson
With all the low-sodium products available on the market, it´s easy for readers to think of sodium as the nutritional bad guy. But your body needs sodium -- just in moderation. This article explains why you need sodium and how much you should take in each day to live a healthy lifestyle. | Read More →Words: 545 Downloads: 0 Category: Nutrition By: Rachel Nelson
The next time you bite into a delicious plate of spaghetti or lasagna, savor the garlic flavors knowing garlic is good for you too. This article outlines the herb´s heart-healthy properties. Readers also can learn preparation tips that maximize garlic´s nutritional benefits. | Read More →Words: 371 Downloads: 0 Category: Nutrition By: Rachel Nelson
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