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Madison Avenue Periodontics: Gum Disease Wiped Out With New LANAP Laser Treatment

There is often less trauma when dental surgery is done with a laser, and therefore less pain and faster healing afterwards. (PIKSEL/thinkstockphotos.com)
There is often less trauma when dental surgery is done with a laser, and therefore less pain and faster healing afterwards. (PIKSEL/thinkstockphotos.com)

If you or a loved one has chronic bad breath, it might be caused by something other than your daily cup of coffee. It could...


  • "There is a massive quantity of unused opioids in the community," says Evan D. Kharasch, adding it's not unusual for a surgery patient to be sent home with dozens of pills, many of which get relegated to the medicine cabinet. (brokenchopstick)

    Is It Time to Rethink Post-Surgery Painkillers?

    Experts recommend surgeons consider cutting back on the number of take-home opioid pills prescribed to patients post surgery. The suggestion bolsters federal guidelines that advise primary... Read more

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    Hairstyles That Pull Can Damage the Scalp

    Scalp-pulling hairstyles can lead to a form of gradual hair loss, caused by prolonged or repeated tension on the hair root, an analysis shows. Traction... Read more

  • (photog/shutterstock)

    11 Herbs Used As Traditional Acne Remedies

    Acne involves the over-production of sebum from the sebaceous glands which results in the blockage of the pores with a sticky mass of the dead... Read more

  • (photog/shutterstock)

    Can’t Sleep Well in a Foreign Place? New Brown Study Could Explain Why

    A study released today shows that the left brain hemisphere is more wakeful than normal when sleeping in a new place for the first time... Read more

  • (Ali Vincent/Facebook)

    First Female ‘Biggest Loser’ Champ Is ‘Ashamed, Embarrassed’ Over Huge Weight Gain

    In 2008, Ali Vincent, shed 112 pounds in front of the whole world, becoming the first woman to win “The Biggest Loser” in America.  But 8... Read more

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    Hypothyroidism – How to Heal the Thyroid

    By Michael Edwards, Organic Lifestyle Magazine Thyroid conditions generally fall into two categories: hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism. The most common thyroid problem is hypothyroidism, an underactive thyroid,... Read more

  • (photog/shutterstock)

    How To Make The Best Granola Ever

    Nothing like a simple homemade granola to fill the house with wonderful welcome home aromas! This granola is not too sweet, so you can just... Read more

  • (photog/shutterstock)

    7 Amazing Healing Powers of Aloe Vera

    Around 1750 BC Hannibal waged war to control the areas in North Africa where aloe vera flourished. It’s no wonder when you understand the powerful... Read more

  • (photog/shutterstock)

    Benadryl, Paxil and Dramamine Can Damage Your Brain

    By J. D. Heyes, contributing writer to Natural News Over-the-counter drugs, many of them formerly only available by prescription, are in abundance, and they supposedly treat a... Read more

  • A medical researcher uses a monitor that shows the results of blood tests for various diseases, including Zika, at the Gorgas Memorial laboratory in Panama City on Feb. 4, 2016. On April 28, 2016, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) authorized Quest Diagnostics to offer the first commercial test for the Zika virus in the United States. Previously, Zika tests were only available through a handful of government-designated laboratories. Quest said the commercial test could be available as early as the first week of May. (AP Photo/Arnulfo Franco)

    First Widely Available Zika Test OK’d for Emergency Use

    WASHINGTON—The first commercial test for the Zika virus has been cleared for emergency use in the U.S. and could be available by next week. The... Read more

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    Being Honest Can Improve Your Health

    The average person lies about 11 times a day, and will slip in at least two dishonesties in a 10-minute conversation, according to lying expert... Read more

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    Opioid-Antidote Drug to Be Distributed to US High Schools for Free

    A pharmaceutical company has volunteered to distribute free Narcan Nasal Spray in all U.S. High Schools in conjunction with Smith Medical Partners in hopes of... Read more

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    The Truth About Man Hair

    Seeing more hair disappear down the drain or watching your hairline slowly recede can be a distressing feeling. You might find it makes you feel... Read more

  • (Wikimedia)

    11 Proven Papaya Benefits

     Once believed to be native only to Southern Mexico and Central America, papayas are now commonly found in every tropical and subtropical country. Although they have exacting... Read more

  • Clogged Artery with platelets and cholesterol plaque. (Ralwel/iStock)

    Statin Drugs Found to Accelerate Arterial Calcification

    Newly published research reveals that more frequent statin drug use is associated with accelerated coronary artery and aortic artery calcification, both of which greatly contribute... Read more

  • The Kellman Center combines the best of conventional, functional, and holistic medicine. We look deeper than most physicians to uncover the root causes of disease that are frequently overlooked or are not part of the medical paradigm. (Magone/iStock)

    NYC Health & Fitness Directory

    Shift Integrative Medicine Union Square Shift offers you an integrative approach that acknowledges not only the physical but also the spiritual, emotional, and energetic components... Read more

  • "There is a massive quantity of unused opioids in the community," says Evan D. Kharasch, adding it's not unusual for a surgery patient to be sent home with dozens of pills, many of which get relegated to the medicine cabinet. (brokenchopstick)

    Is It Time to Rethink Post-Surgery Painkillers?

    Experts recommend surgeons consider cutting back on the number of take-home opioid pills prescribed to patients post surgery. The suggestion bolsters federal guidelines that advise primary... Read more

  • (photog/shutterstock)

    Hairstyles That Pull Can Damage the Scalp

    Scalp-pulling hairstyles can lead to a form of gradual hair loss, caused by prolonged or repeated tension on the hair root, an analysis shows. Traction... Read more

  • (photog/shutterstock)

    Can’t Sleep Well in a Foreign Place? New Brown Study Could Explain Why

    A study released today shows that the left brain hemisphere is more wakeful than normal when sleeping in a new place for the first time... Read more

  • (photog/shutterstock)

    Benadryl, Paxil and Dramamine Can Damage Your Brain

    By J. D. Heyes, contributing writer to Natural News Over-the-counter drugs, many of them formerly only available by prescription, are in abundance, and they supposedly treat a... Read more

  • A medical researcher uses a monitor that shows the results of blood tests for various diseases, including Zika, at the Gorgas Memorial laboratory in Panama City on Feb. 4, 2016. On April 28, 2016, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) authorized Quest Diagnostics to offer the first commercial test for the Zika virus in the United States. Previously, Zika tests were only available through a handful of government-designated laboratories. Quest said the commercial test could be available as early as the first week of May. (AP Photo/Arnulfo Franco)

    First Widely Available Zika Test OK’d for Emergency Use

    WASHINGTON—The first commercial test for the Zika virus has been cleared for emergency use in the U.S. and could be available by next week. The... Read more

  • (Photo courtesy of Thomas Duddy/Adapt Pharma)

    Opioid-Antidote Drug to Be Distributed to US High Schools for Free

    A pharmaceutical company has volunteered to distribute free Narcan Nasal Spray in all U.S. High Schools in conjunction with Smith Medical Partners in hopes of... Read more

  • Clogged Artery with platelets and cholesterol plaque. (Ralwel/iStock)

    Statin Drugs Found to Accelerate Arterial Calcification

    Newly published research reveals that more frequent statin drug use is associated with accelerated coronary artery and aortic artery calcification, both of which greatly contribute... Read more

  • A youth holds a "Legal High" chemical pill in Manchester, England, on Feb. 26, 2015. There has been a significant rise in the use of Legal Highs that are actually not against the law. They contain one or more chemical substances which produce similar effects to illegal drugs and can be purchased in local "Headshops." The "highs" are not controlled under the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971 and can be purchased in many forms including pills, potions, and herbs. (Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)

    How Counterfeit Drugs Are Like a Chronic Disease

    Until now, many developing nations—where counterfeit medicines are a real problem—haven’t had a standard protocol to conduct investigations and pursue prosecutions. New research in the... Read more

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    Why Psychological Nutrition Is Food for the Soul

    Imagine if emotions were labeled like food. Would it encourage you to reach for heart healthy happiness more often? Would it stop you from binging... Read more

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    If You Get Lost on Vacation, Early Alzheimer’s May Be to Blame

    If you have trouble finding your way around when visiting a new city, it may be an early indication of Alzheimer’s disease. Worsening of the... Read more

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    Study: Antioxidant Pills Can Cause Cancer to Spread

    A study from China shows that antioxidant pills caused mice with liver cancer or colon cancer to have their cancers spread rapidly though their bodies... Read more

  • Laundry detergent makers introduced miniature packets in recent months such as this one photographed Thursday, May 24, 2012, in Houston. (AP Photo/Pat Sullivan)

    Laundry Pods Poison More Children Every Year

    Laundry pods may be convenient, but they come at a price.  A study published in Pediatrics on Monday showed that more children were being poisoned... Read more

  • Confiscated crystal meth drug is displayed to journalists during a press conference at the German federal police headquarters in Wiesbaden, western Germany, on Nov. 13, 2014 after German and Czech polices arrested 15 people in crystal meth raids in and near the German eastern city of Leipzig early and in Prague. (Daniel Roland/AFP/Getty Images)

    Address Other Life Problems to Get At-risk Young People Off Methamphetamines

    While the level of methamphetamine use (including ice) has remained stable in population studies of young people at 2 percent, new research has found use... Read more

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    Raising a Generation of Pill-Poppers; How Abuse of ‘Uppers,’ ‘Downers,’ and Stimulants Threatens an Entire Generation

    Far from being recognized for their potential health hazards, ADHD drugs have gained a reputation as “cognition enhancers” among students and young professionals. Narcotic painkillers,... Read more

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    What We Know and Suspect About the Causes of Parkinson’s Disease

    Parkinson’s disease is the second-most-prevalent neurodegenerative condition in Australia, with an estimated 70,000 Australians living with the disease. Because of its complex and debilitating nature,... Read more

  • Ginger Spruill (L) of Piney Orchard has her blood pressure checked by nurse Jean Sprinks of Odenton, during Kimbrough Ambulatory Care Center's annual Women's Health Fair in Fort Meade on June 2, 2012. Spruill's husband is Staff Sgt. William Spruill. (Jen Rynda/Fort George G. Meade Public Affairs Office/Flickr, CC BY)

    Resisting Expanding Disease Empires: Why We Shouldn’t Label Healthy People as Sick

    You might have heard the frightening news last year suggesting half of all Americans had some form of diabetes. A survey in the journal JAMA... Read more

  • Matterhorn, Zermatt, Switzerland. (Joshua Earle/Unsplash.com)

    Nature Calms the Brain and Heals the Body

    For the most part, our brains didn’t evolve in cities. But in a few decades, almost 70 percent of the world’s people will live in... Read more

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    Whole Milk May Have a Surprising Health Benefit

    A study, which was published late March in the American Heart Association’s journal, Circulation, found that dairy fat may help prevent type 2 diabetes. The authors analyzed blood... Read more

  • OxyContin pills at a pharmacy in Montpelier, Vt., on Feb. 19, 2013. (AP Photo/Toby Talbot)

    OxyContin: How Purdue Pharma Helped Spark the Opioid Epidemic

    What do conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh, singer Courtney Love, and deceased actor Heath Ledger all have in common? The answer, according to published... Read more

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    ‘Oops… It Wasn’t Cancer After All,’ Admits the National Cancer Institute/JAMA

    After decades of wrongful cancer diagnoses and treatments, and millions harmed, the National Cancer Institute and high gravitas journals like JAMA finally admit they were wrong... Read more

  • (Ali Vincent/Facebook)

    First Female ‘Biggest Loser’ Champ Is ‘Ashamed, Embarrassed’ Over Huge Weight Gain

    In 2008, Ali Vincent, shed 112 pounds in front of the whole world, becoming the first woman to win “The Biggest Loser” in America.  But 8... Read more

  • (photog/shutterstock)

    How To Make The Best Granola Ever

    Nothing like a simple homemade granola to fill the house with wonderful welcome home aromas! This granola is not too sweet, so you can just... Read more

  • (Wikimedia)

    11 Proven Papaya Benefits

     Once believed to be native only to Southern Mexico and Central America, papayas are now commonly found in every tropical and subtropical country. Although they have exacting... Read more

  • (Al Bello/Getty Images)

    What Exercise Does to Your Bones

    When we think of bones, a lifeless skeleton usually comes to mind, but our bones are a living organ that grows and changes shape throughout... Read more

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    Improving Your Core Strength

    Having stronger abdominals equals having a stronger back. When your stomach and back are strong, your entire body has a great foundation to rely on... Read more

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    5 Food-Medicines That Could Quite Possibly Save Your Life

    Some of the most powerful medicines on the planet are masquerading around as foods and spices. While they do not lend themselves to being patented,... Read more

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    Tips From Jason Glass: Improve Your Golf Game by Warming Up

    The Masters just wrapped up, which means spring golf is right around the corner. The most important thing you can do to start the 2016... Read more

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    The Surprising Foods That Alleviate Anxiety

    If I told you that bacteria could alleviate your anxiety you’d probably think I was joking or uninformed. But, if you suffer from anxiety, particularly... Read more

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    The 9 Foods You Should Never Eat

    Many foods have been heavily promoted as being healthy when they are nothing more than pernicious junk foods. In the featured article, Clean Plates founder Jared... Read more

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    Older Adults Who Lift Weights Live Longer

    Older adults who strength trained at least twice a week had 46 percent lower odds of death for any reason than those who did not,... Read more

  • (Marie He, EpochTimes)

    Your Best Shape Ever

    This week’s workout is no miracle fix to weight loss or fast track to health and fitness. Instead it will be one workout in the... Read more

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    The 12 Best Foods to Eat in the Morning

    Despite what you may have heard, eating breakfast isn’t necessary for everyone. In fact, skipping breakfast may be better than eating many unhealthy breakfast foods. However, eating... Read more

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    Gardening Is More Effective Exercise Than Going to the Gym

    By J. D. Heyes, contributing writer for Natural News In addition to enhancing your life skills and boosting your food security, there is another major benefit... Read more

  • Eggplant is seen for sale at a local Farmers Market in Annandale, Virginia. (Paul J. Richards/AFP/Getty Images)

    Why Are Purple Foods so Good for You? Learn the Science of Why These Pigmented Choices Are Good for Heart, Brain Health

    By David Gutierrez, contributing writer to Natural News You’ve probably heard that purple foods — from blueberries to purple versions of foods such as potatoes —... Read more

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    Are Antihistamines Worth It Before a Big Workout?

    To cope with high pollen levels during vigorous exercise—like running the Boston Marathon—should an athlete pop a couple of antihistamines or no? There’s no definitive answer yet,... Read more

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    The Importance of Magnesium, and Top Foods That Can Help Improve Your Magnesium Status

    Magnesium is vitally important for biological function and optimal health. It’s the fourth most abundant mineral in your body, and researchers have detected more than... Read more

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    Clean 9 Detox Diet Review – What Is It and Does It Work?

    The Clean 9 is a diet and detox plan that promises to help you lose weight quickly. Diets that promise fast weight loss can be very... Read more

  • Mangold (mythja/iStock)

    10 Protein-Packed Plant Foods

    The continuing debate over how much protein the average person needs has done little to change our hunger for it. And who can blame us?... Read more

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    After One Year, Weight Loss Gets Easier to Maintain

    Losing weight and keeping it off can be especially difficult for people who are obese, but a new study shows maintaining a weight loss for a... Read more

  • Yeast is loaded with vitamin B. (Wijnand Loven/iStock and Shaiith/iStock)

    Saccaromyces, the Magnificent Yeast of Food and Drink

    Yeast is a single celled fungus that, like us, loves sugar. Just give yeast a sugar source and it literally comes to life. Because of... Read more

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    Here’s Why Your Ears Ring According to Chinese Medicine

    About a week ago, I caught a head cold. It was the kind of cold where my nose ran continually, to the point that I... Read more

  • 4 Secret Remedies to Fight Spring Pollen Allergies

    Spring is my favorite season because it’s simply the most stunning season! But I know a lot of people have pollen allergies. So today I’d... Read more

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    Painful Intercourse May Be Due To Vulvodynia

    Sexual intercourse is painful for some women, and one cause of the discomfort is due to a condition called Vulvodynia (vul-vo-DIN-ee-uh). You aren’t alone if... Read more

  • The book cover of "Facing East" by Jingduan Yang, M.D., F.AP.A. with style icon Norma Kamali. (Courtesy of Harper Collins Publishers)

    East-West Collaboration Imparts Chinese Health and Beauty Secrets

    Dr. Jingduan Yang never imagined he was going to be a practitioner of classical Chinese medicine when he was growing up in a small town... Read more

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    Gained Weight on the Diet That Your Friend Swore By? Here’s Why.

    I have never been much of a dieter, although there are times in my life when I probably should have.  There have, however, been times... Read more

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    Acupuncture Alleviates Knee Pain Due to Arthritis

    Acupuncture relieves pain, stiffness, and improves knee function for patients with knee osteoarthritis. Researchers from the Chengdu University of TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) investigated the... Read more

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    Chinese Medicine: 5 Benefits of Tui Na Massage

    Tui na (pronounced “twee nah”) is a form of Asian bodywork that has been used in China for centuries and is the oldest known system of... Read more

  • Chinese medicine is all about energy (Wang Zhao/AFP/Getty Images)

    Chinese Medicine: 6 Steps to Avoid That Burned-Out Feeling

    At my acupuncture clinic, I see a number of patients who work too hard. I see a busy lawyer who sometimes works 70 and 80... Read more

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    Spring Is a Time to ‘Go With the Flow’ in Chinese Medicine

    The effective treatment of depression and emotional conditions by acupuncture is best explained through the element of Wood, spring, and Liver Qi Stagnation.  Here in the... Read more

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    How to Harmonize Your Health With Licorice Root

    We have all heard of licorice, but what it is used FOR, is a bit of a mystery. Licorice is used in nearly every Chinese herbal formula... Read more

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    Acupuncture Relieves High Blood Pressure With Lasting Results

    Acupuncture is an effective treatment for hypertension. Researchers demonstrate that acupuncture alleviates hypertension and its signs and symptoms. Zhao et al. conclude that acupuncture reduces levels... Read more

  • Chinese herbal medicine selection with mandarin calligraphy script. Translation describes the functions to increase the bodys ability to maintain body and spirit health and balance energy. (marilyna/iStock)

    Fascinating Facts On Chinese Herbs

    What do I find most fascinating about Chinese medicine and Chinese herbs?  Maybe its because Chinese herbs are the oldest medicine on earth.  Practiced for nearly 5000... Read more

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    4 Tips to Boost Your Kidney Qi for Valentine’s Day!

    Valentine’s Day is here! I’ll bet you didn’t know that the Chinese Medicine secret to a good love life is having strong Kidney Qi. In... Read more

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    What You Need to Know About the Year of the Monkey

    Because we are dealing with a fire Monkey, be prepared for things to heat up!  Get ready for a good year filled with playfulness, romance,... Read more

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    Understanding the Heart of Chinese Medicine

    Modern people typically believe that the brain rules the body. But according to ancient Chinese doctors, the heart is in charge. In traditional Chinese medicine,... Read more

  • 2016 watercolor painting. Chinese Horoscope 2016 - Year of the Monkey (amoklv/iStock)

    Some Traditional Chinese Customs to Bring You Good Luck in the New Year

    The Chinese have some traditions that if followed will hopefully increase  your good fortune in the Chinese New Year. *Clean Your House –  Get into every... Read more

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    Can Cinnamon Help Protect You From Cancer?

    University of Arizona College of Pharmacy Researchers and the UA Cancer Center say a compound found in cinnamon is a potent colorectal cancer preventor. New... Read more

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    MRI Finds Acupuncture Relieves Internet Addiction

    MRI imaging and clinical research confirms that acupuncture relieves internet addiction disorder. Neuroimaging demonstrates that acupuncture normalizes brain activity levels while alleviating compulsive internet use,... Read more

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    The Power of Small Changes

    I am a gardening geek. I love to get outside in the spring to see what plants are peeking through the wet, still-frozen ground. To... Read more

  • Before starting treatment, acupuncturists do an in-depth interview so they can understand the patient's full health history. (Courtesy of The Finger Lakes School of Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine of New York Chiropractic College)

    Is Acupuncture the Right Career for You?

    Thirty years ago, when the baby boomers were looking for their first careers, acupuncture was not yet on most people’s radar. But after the doors... Read more

  • (photog/shutterstock)

    11 Herbs Used As Traditional Acne Remedies

    Acne involves the over-production of sebum from the sebaceous glands which results in the blockage of the pores with a sticky mass of the dead... Read more

  • (photog/shutterstock)

    7 Amazing Healing Powers of Aloe Vera

    Around 1750 BC Hannibal waged war to control the areas in North Africa where aloe vera flourished. It’s no wonder when you understand the powerful... Read more

  • Most shampoos are made of harsh chemicals that could damage your hair and your health. Here are the top 5 organic shampoos for a healthy looking hair

    Care for Your Hair the Natural Way With These 9 DIY Shampoo Recipes

    Why use 100% natural shampoos?   If you’ve read my article 17 Harmful Shampoo Chemicals You Want to Avoid Like the Plague, you will know... Read more

  • (Rachel Crowe)

    Color Your Hair the Natural Way With These 4 DIY Recipes

    In my recent article Avoid These 7 Toxic Chemicals Found in Most Hair Dyes, I list the 22 hair dye toxic chemicals banned in Europe... Read more

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    Avoid These 7 Toxic Chemicals Found in Most Hair Dyes

    After writing my article about harmful chemicals found in most commercial shampoos, it was only natural that I would want to investigate the health hazards of... Read more

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    If You Don’t Know This Ultimate Superfood Trio for Pain Relief and Inflammation Reduction, It’s About Time

    By David Gutierrez, contributing writer to Natural News It’s easy to think that all superfoods must be pricey fruits such as blueberries, pomegranates or goji berries... Read more

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    Open Sesame! 10 Amazing Health Benefits of This Super-Seed

    Given the growing body of scientific support on its health benefit, sesame would be just as at home in a medicine cabinet as it would... Read more

  • When picking nettles, be sure to bring some gloves. (JackF/iStock)

    Stinging Nettle for Energy, Detoxification, and More

    Stinging nettle is an herb everyone should get to know. Nettle is a common weed. It may not be exotic or sexy, but it easily... Read more

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    Ginger Every Day? There’s a Reason Why This Spectacular Root Is So Popular

    By Ethan A. Huff, contributing writer for Natural News Believe it or not, many of the world’s most effective healing therapeutics aren’t found at the drug store or... Read more

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    Radishes Rank Highly for Ability to Aid Health

    The radish is one of the oldest cultivated vegetables in the world. Today they are known mostly for their pungent crunch, but radishes also have... Read more

  • (Marina Lohrbach/iStock)

    How to Make Your Own Compost Tea

    By Ali Lawrence, Organic Lifestyle Magazine If you’re still using plain old compost, you’re living in the past. These days gardeners are raving about the wonders... Read more

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    Healing Allergy With Stinging Nettle

    By Lara Colley, Organic Lifestyle Magazine  Many of us look forward to Spring. The weather warms up.  We start spending more time outdoors. Plants are... Read more

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    Turmeric Extract Strikes to the Root Cause of Cancer Malignancy

    A new turmeric study published in Cancer Letters is paving the way for a revolution in the way that we both understand and treat cancer. Titled, “Targeting... Read more

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    10 Foods to Add to Your Diet to Fight Stress and Anxiety

    In stressful situations, it’s easy to turn toward food to deal with emotions. Unfortunately, the foods we’re drawn to when we’re stressed are usually very high... Read more

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    10 Natural Ways To Relieve Rheumatoid Arthritis

    Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease that attacks joints, bones, organs, and more.  RA drugs have terrible side effects and aren’t very effective.  Here are... Read more

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    Green Tea May Boost Your Working Memory

    Aside from pure water, green tea is arguably one of the healthiest beverages around, with research pointing to impressive health benefits for your heart, bones,... Read more

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    Group Drumming Better Than Prozac, Study Suggests

    A new study published in PLoS scientifically validates what so many drum circle participants have already experienced first hand: group drumming produces significant changes in... Read more

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    8 Proven Health Benefits of Saffron

    This exotic spice has been used to treat more than 90 illnesses over 4,000 years.  Here are just 8 healthy reasons to use more saffron. ... Read more

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    Easter Lily, a Food and Medicine

    The Easter lily has large, white, trumpet-shaped flowers that triumphantly announce the arrival of spring. It’s a gorgeous ornamental, a potent ancient symbol, as well... Read more

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    Why Is the Media so Afraid of This Woman’s Work?

    One of the most important books in the history of psychiatry and natural medicine has been published by HarperCollins, who unique among their mainstream publishing... Read more

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    Hypothyroidism – How to Heal the Thyroid

    By Michael Edwards, Organic Lifestyle Magazine Thyroid conditions generally fall into two categories: hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism. The most common thyroid problem is hypothyroidism, an underactive thyroid,... Read more

  • (Jewel Samad/AFP/Getty Images)

    Being Honest Can Improve Your Health

    The average person lies about 11 times a day, and will slip in at least two dishonesties in a 10-minute conversation, according to lying expert... Read more

  • (ymcarussia)

    The Truth About Man Hair

    Seeing more hair disappear down the drain or watching your hairline slowly recede can be a distressing feeling. You might find it makes you feel... Read more

  • The Kellman Center combines the best of conventional, functional, and holistic medicine. We look deeper than most physicians to uncover the root causes of disease that are frequently overlooked or are not part of the medical paradigm. (Magone/iStock)

    NYC Health & Fitness Directory

    Shift Integrative Medicine Union Square Shift offers you an integrative approach that acknowledges not only the physical but also the spiritual, emotional, and energetic components... Read more

  • (kurhan/Shutterstock)

    Secrets of Korean Medicine, Part 27: Can Chronic Pain Be Diagnosed as ‘Fake Illness’?

    According to [a recent] report on the aging of the world’s population published by the United Nations, there will be 31 countries where the average... Read more

  • (Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)

    Boy Recovers From ADHD After Changing Diet

    A boy on 7 medications recovered from ADHD in 2 months after changing his diet. Did you know that 1 in 5 ADHD children are... Read more

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    Allergy Free in 5 Days (Foods, Dander, Dust, Seasonal, Etc.)

    By Michael Edwards, Organic Lifestyle Magazine I used to have allergies. Many foods were on my allergy list as well as pollen, dust, bug bites, bees,... Read more

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    The Importance of Doing Nothing When You’re Doing Everything

    There is a negative stigma in our society around doing nothing. Oftentimes, doing nothing is viewed as laziness. So, we continually try to stay busy... Read more

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    What Causes Testicular Cancer

    The exact cause of most testicular cancers is not known, but there are definite links to other conditions that will increase a man’s risk of developing... Read more

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    Secrets of Korean Medicine, Part 26: Regular Bowel Movements

    Throughout the human history, wise people claimed that the secrets of good health included good appetite, sound sleep, and regular bowel movements. Although many people... Read more

  • (Dmitriy Shironosov/iStock)

    Turmeric Superior to Chemical Mouthwash In Improving Oral Health

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