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When Your Doctor Prescribes This, Please Don't Fill the Prescription

December 3, 2016 | 154,761 Views

Shameful but true, doctors often dance around the truth. If you don't look out for yourself on this one, your doctor may lead you down a path you'll regret for life. And considering how often this kills within the first 2.5 years, it may be a shorter life than you intend. Buyer beware.

Prematurely Gray? This Is Probably Why

December 3, 2016 | 73,703 Views

Gray hair has been linked to aging ever since humans have lived long enough to experience it. Some people don't like it though, and want to turn back time somehow. New research suggests it may be possible. Graying hair could involve signaling proteins, or a shortage of color-producing melanocytes. Could certain foods help, too?

The 'Chill Pill' Doesn't Cost a Dime, yet Reaps Rich Rewards for Your Health

December 2, 2016 | 130,349 Views

Helps even the most devout 'Type A' person relax and gain astounding health benefits - lowers blood pressure, anxiety and inflammation. Even enhances the expression of your genes. With so many benefits versus cost, this ROI is something you'll want to write home about.

Ironically, Less Cushion in Your Running Shoes May Mean Fewer Injuries

December 2, 2016 | 19,294 Views

Running continues to enjoy popularity but without a reduction in the number of injuries athletes experience. You might be surprised to learn that the type of shoe you wear, and small changes in running style, may improve your performance and reduce your risk for injury.

How Sunlight Affects Your Mental Health

December 1, 2016 | 141,734 Views

And especially this time of year, that finding takes on even more significance. Confirmed by this recent study of healthy young women who actually developed clinically significant depressive symptoms with low levels of this nutrient, it's an important take-home message for anyone feeling blue this time of year or anytime.

Blue LEDs Light Up Your Brain

December 1, 2016 | 35,765 Views

Blue LED lighting is popular for energy efficiency and brightness, but it's becoming increasingly understood that this wavelength of light has detrimental effects on human biology. From interfering with your circadian rhythm and sleep cycles to harming your vision, there are many reasons to consider switching back to incandescent lighting.

Learn How Borage Oil May Help Banish Inflammation

December 1, 2016 | 117,289 Views

If you're looking for a potential solution against inflammation-related disorders, you're in luck. Borage oil was proven to be helpful in alleviating various joint, muscle and skin conditions and may assist in boosting your overall health. Give this essential oil a try today.

Drug-Free Strategies to Lower Your Blood Pressure

November 30, 2016 | 170,695 Views

Approximately 70 million Americans and 1 billion people worldwide have high blood pressure which, when left untreated, raises your risk for heart disease, stroke, kidney disease, dementia and more. Try these natural strategies that can help prevent and treat high blood pressure.

More Than Half of Americans Have Chronic Illnesses

November 30, 2016 | 25,022 Views

Americans spend more on health care than most other countries but experience worse results. The system is not sustainable and clogged with companies aiming for higher profits at your expense. I'll give you strategies to reduce the potential you'll interact with the system, and an idea about the right professionals to use if you do.

How Biased Research Drives Your Health Care

November 30, 2016 | 13,919 Views

With each new study headline loudly proclaiming a new breakthrough also comes the increasing likelihood the research to back up the claim is false. Mistrust in the scientific community is growing and change is necessary to improve your health care, and the research that backs it up.

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