viagra generic

Is Breakfast Overrated?

NY Times (nytimes.com) -  Is Breakfast Overrated?  - By Gretchen Reynolds – (Thursday, August, 21, 2014) For years, we’ve heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. But scientific support for that idea has been surprisingly meager, and a spate of new research at several different universities – published in multiple articles […]

Continue Reading Comments ( 0 )

15 Diseases Doctors Often Get Wrong

CNN (cnn.com) -  15 Diseases Doctors Often Get Wrong  - By Amanda MacMillan – (Tuesday, August 26, 2014) When you experience strange pains, mysterious digestive issues, or other unexplained symptoms, you’d hope a trip to the doctor would solve your health woes. But sometimes, doctors have just as much trouble identifying certain disorders and conditions […]

Continue Reading Comments ( 0 )

For the Love of Coffee

Natural Health (nautralhealthmag.com) - For the Love of Coffee - By Cathy Zises – (August, 2014) Natural health practitioner Shelly Zagor says she can gladly give up sugar, wheat, or meat, but NOT her coffee. If you are one of those people for whom the pleasures of the morning ritual and accompanying caffeine jolt are critically necessary […]

Continue Reading Comments ( 0 )

Plastic A Threat to Women

The New York Times (nytimes.com) – In Plastics and Cans, a Threat to Women - By Deborah Blum – (Thursday, August 28, 2014) A few years ago, Jodi Flaws, a bioscientist at the University of Illinois, began testing a theory about the risks to women posed by the widely used industrial compound bisphenol A, or BPA. […]

Continue Reading Comments ( 0 )

Garden Herbs for Stress Reduction

Garden Herbs for Stress Reduction From Doni Wilson, ND – Did you know that you can use the gorgeous herbs in your garden to improve your memory, fight off infections, soothe your digestion, and boost your resiliency to stress? In this week’s post, I will share my favorites with you, explain what their health benefits […]

Continue Reading Comments ( 0 )

Diets In Review

Digesting Diets From Sara Thyr, ND – Would I be dating myself if I said, “Pritikin”? I am sure almost everyone is familiar with Atkins Diet. Then the more reasonable Mediterranean Diet came. Paleo is a more recent diet trend. (My pet peeve about the Paleo Diet is now people say “carbs” when they mean […]

Continue Reading Comments ( 0 )

Lucid Dreaming: Awake Within A Dream

Science Daily (sciencedaily.com) – Awake Within A Dream: Lucid Dreamers Show Greater Insight in Waking Life - By Univeristy of Lincoln -  (tuesday, August 12,2014)                                                                                           Credit: © Piotr Marcinski / Fotolia . People who are aware they are asleep when they are dreaming have better than average problem-solving abilities, new research has discovered. Experts from […]

Continue Reading Comments ( 0 )

Cardiovascular Deaths Linked to High Sodium Consumption

Death by salt? Researchers found the average level of global sodium consumption in 2010 to be 3.95g per day, nearly double the 2.0g recommended by the World Health Organization. All regions of the world were above recommended levels, with regional averages ranging from 2.18g per day in sub-Saharan Africa to 5.51g per day in Central […]

Continue Reading Comments ( 0 )

Parkinson’s Disease and Depression Can Make Each Other Worse

Huffington Post (huffingtonpost.com) -  Parkinson’s Disease and Depression Can Make Each Other Worse  - By Sarah Klein – (Thursday, August 14, 2014) Alongside his public struggle with addiction and depression, Robin Williams was also much more privately dealing with early stages of Parkinson’s disease, his wife Susan Schneider revealed in a statement. “Robin’s sobriety was […]

Continue Reading Comments ( 0 )
s2Member®