Health and Wellness
Physician Shares Tips for Giving Your Body What It Needs to Fight Illness
Cardiologist, Best-Selling Author Shares 2 Grain-Free Recipes
Salt is Good for You, Calcium Supplements are Bad, and the Lab Test Everyone Should Get 4 Tips for Getting Seriously Healthy from One of the ‘Best Doctors in America’*
There’s a reason – well, several – why so many diseases are increasing in frequency in the United State
At a time when we most want to look and feel our best, we seem to do everything possible to ensure we don’t, says cardiologist Dr. William Davis.
“The weather starts to change and we reach for the pumpkin-spice cookies, cider doughnuts and beer, which launches us into processed carbohydrates season,” says Dr. Davis, author of “Wheat Belly Total Health,” (www.wheatbellyblog.com), the latest in his bestselling “Wheat Belly” series.
Ten Symptoms Never to Ignore (So Don't Wait): Physician Offers Secrets for Staying Healthy and Surviving Any Diagnosis
Cancer specialist, Dr. Edward T. Creagan, says, "The careful physician will encourage you to elaborate on how you're feeling, and then with insight, professionalism, and judgment can outline the most appropriate tests to home in on your symptoms." In his newly released book How Not to Be My Patient: A Physician's Secrets for Staying Healthy and Surviving Any Diagnosis, Dr.
Three Tips for National Dental Hygiene Month Halloween is the Perfect Time to Take Measures for Lasting Fresh Breath and Oral Health
Halloween kicks off a series of holidays celebrated with delicious treats, from yummy chocolate candies to gut-busting dinners to seasonal alcoholic beverages.
“Research shows that emotional support is incredibly important for recovery, and guess what? That support doesn’t have to come from humans,”
Physician Offers 4 Natural Ways to End the Pain
8 Surprising Medical Facts About ‘Healthy’ Eating On-The-Go
As a fitness expert and neurosurgeon, Dr. Brett Osborn says he appreciates the growing public interest in general health and fitness. Now, he says, that attention needs to extend to arguably our most essential organ – the brain.
Anxiety, hypertension, elevated heart rates, interrupted sleep patterns and headaches are just some of the side effects commonly associated with energy drinks, and those problems are more pronounced in children, according to a recent University of Miami study.
Remember Your 20s? Food Science Expert Shares 5 Nutrients That Help You Feel Younger
DentalPlans Offers Tips to Keep Seniors' Teeth & Gums Healthy
Graeme Cowan, who has battled depression and attempted suicide four times, says they can either lead to despair in vulnerable people or prompt them to seek help. He explains what to do if you are struggling with depression—or if you know someone else who is.
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