For a change, how about some Positive News.
Every several weeks I get this funky headache. Ground zero is a knot on the left side of my upper back. It tightens up and then it gets dull and achy, and after a while it becomes downright painful all the way up into my forehead.
Source: Health Insights
Date posted: 22/11/2020
"We should assume that air quality in our country will continue to worsen. Encouraging our patients to eat fish regularly—2 servings a week as suggested by Chen et al’s study—is certainly prudent, pragmatic, and advisable. Doing so will provide some “locus of control” to our patients, giving them a sense that they still have some way to influence their future and their health."
Source: Natural Medicine Journal
Date posted: 18/11/2020
Unfortunately, you can’t avoid stress completely. But you can take specific steps to help your mind and body calm down — even in the face of non-stop stressors.
Source: Dr. Axe
Date posted: 17/11/2020
Houseplants have been going in and out of vogue ever since the early Greeks and Romans starting bringing their plants in from the outdoors. The benefits they confer should make us consider them a necessity rather than an object of décor, because honestly, good health should never be out of style. If you need convincing, here are some of the ways that bringing plants inside helps us out.
Date posted: 16/11/2020
We wanted to know: Is resilience at the core of their ability to cope and thrive? The answer was overwhelmingly "Yes."
Source: Everyday Health
Date posted: 15/11/2020
Working in front of a computer, whether it be in an office environment or a home, is more common than ever, so it’s no surprise that eye strain is becoming more prevalent as well. This is because our eyes are not designed to focus on digital devices all day, and doing so for long periods on a regular basis can cause some unpleasant results. In this article, we take a look at what digital eye strain is so that you can develop a better understanding of how to treat it in the future.
Source: Get Holistic Health
Date posted: 13/11/2020
I’m here with Dr. Nelli Gluzman, the founder and head physician at Blossom Pediatrics, a practice dedicated to helping families address the root cause of common childhood illnesses and problems. As with so many guests I met on the podcast, Dr. Nelli’s story started with trying to help someone close to her — her own daughter.
Source: Wellness Mama
Date posted: 11/11/2020
Berries aren't called superfoods for nothing. A review covering 336 scientific articles on these fruits has shown that berry consumption can go a long way in preventing and managing Type 2 diabetes and its complications
Source: Green Med Info
Date posted: 11/11/2020
(NaturalHealth365) Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is a phrase used to describe a group of conditions, including ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease, all of which involve chronic inflammation throughout the gastrointestinal tract. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than three million adults have been diagnosed with the disease, and it’s becoming increasingly common. But, the big question is: what does science tell us about how vitamin D can improve this condition?
Source: Natural Health 365
Date posted: 10/11/2020
Especially if you're a night owl, mornings are rough enough as it is. Add a bloated, gassy stomach into the mix and it's no wonder if you don't feel like a ray of sunshine in the a.m.
Source: Live Strong
Date posted: 09/11/2020
Many depression sufferers also suffer from irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), and a small study suggests that taking probiotics may ease both conditions.
Source: Natural Society
Date posted: 08/11/2020
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