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9 Tips to Manage Your Fatigue With Ulcerative Colitis

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Ulcerative colitis causes fatigue and inflammation in the lining of the colon and rectum. Nearly 75 percent of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) patients – including...


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    Dong Quai: A Super Women’s Herb That Works Best With Others

    Dong quai is one of the most famous herbs in traditional Chinese medicine. Sometimes called “female ginseng,” its thick, brown roots are best known for... Read more

  • (Patrick Foto/Shutterstock)

    NYC Health & Fitness Directory

    TITLE MD Theater District Rejuvenate your looks with a dynamic array of non-surgical cosmetic options at Title MD. Doctors Stacy Title, M.D. and Craig Title, M.D. have helped thousands... Read more

  • Dr. Steven Stetson was , Jan. 31, 2014. (Samira Bouaou/Epoch Times)

    Innovative, Implantable Lens Improves Near Vision

    Have you been increasingly struggling to read menus or the newspaper because you can’t make out the font? Or maybe you have to fumble for... Read more

  • (Joe Mamer/Shutterstock)

    MDs Strengthen Advice Against Codeine for Kids’ Coughs, Pain

    CHICAGO—The American Academy of Pediatrics has strengthened its warnings about prescribing codeine for children because of reports of deaths and risks for dangerous side effects... Read more

  • (Kaspars Grinvalds/Shutterstock)

    Migraine Relief: 5 Natural Ways to Ease the Pain

    Have you ever had a migraine headache? If you have, you know how painful one can be, and if you haven’t, chances are someone you know... Read more

  • (Paul Hakimata Photography/Shutterstock)

    What Is Infant Reflux and Will It Get Better?

    Gastro-oesophageal reflux is a condition that affects up to half of all babies under three months of age. It can happen multiple times a day,... Read more

  • A panel of experts gives the status of PFOS contamination of the city's water supply in Newburgh on Sept. 19, 2016. (Yvonne Marcotte/Epoch Times)

    Water Contamination Meeting in Newburgh Erupts as Residents Want Their Say

    NEWBURGH—Federal, state, and local officials spoke for more than an hour in Newburgh on Sept. 19 before Newburgh residents demanded a promised Q&A session get... Read more

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    Don’t Bank on Wearables to Keep Weight Off

    Wearable devices that monitor physical activity are not reliable tools for weight loss, say researchers. As a matter of fact, they may even have the... Read more

  • (Maridav/Shutterstock)

    DIY Remedies for Bug Bites, Stings and Scratches (Infographic)

    Even the most vigilant families can fall prey to any number of summertime ailments, whether that’s overexposure to the sun, getting bit by mosquitoes or... Read more

  • (AS Food studio/Shutterstock)

    Can Therapy Before Age 3 Wipe Out a Peanut Allergy?

    Preschool children with a peanut allergy were able to start eating peanuts after taking part in oral immunotherapy, a new study shows. The findings confirm... Read more

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    Answering the Same Questions Over and Over: How to Talk to People With Dementia

    If you care for or know someone with dementia, they’ve probably asked you “what are we doing today?”, “who are you?”, or “when are we... Read more

  • (Claire Plumridge/Shutterstock)

    6 Reasons You Should Do Plank Every Day

    Everybody who’s into fitness knows the plank exercise. There are so many articles and workout challenges about this exercise. But do you know the many benefits of... Read more

  • (Phovoir/Shutterstock)

    Rheumatoid Arthritis Triggered by Hormone Imbalance in Women

    Rheumatoid arthritis is triggered by estrogen and progesterone hormone imbalance in women. In the study published in Nature Review, the researchers point out that sexual dimorphism has... Read more

  • Dr. Nathaniel Katz, a former adviser to the Food and Drug Administration, and currently CEO of Analgesic Solutions, in Natick, Mass., on Aug. 16, 2016. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)

    The Rise and Fallout of Prescribing Painkillers: How Americans Bought Into the ‘Epidemic of Pain’

    For more than a decade, members of a little-known group called the Pain Care Forum have blanketed Washington with messages touting prescription painkillers’ vital role... Read more

  • (Igor Zh./Shutterstock)

    Thunder God Vine Treats Cancer and Joint Pain, but at a High Price

    Modern medicine often dismisses the value of herbs in treating illness. But a traditional Chinese herb known as thunder god vine (lei gong teng) is... Read more

  • (Elena Veselova/Shutterstock)

    A Boozy Coffee Smoothie to Wake You Up Right

    By Derek Henry, Holistic Health Coach for Healing the Body  Everyone wants to get their morning started off with a bang. Most do this by... Read more

  • (Joe Mamer/Shutterstock)

    MDs Strengthen Advice Against Codeine for Kids’ Coughs, Pain

    CHICAGO—The American Academy of Pediatrics has strengthened its warnings about prescribing codeine for children because of reports of deaths and risks for dangerous side effects... Read more

  • A panel of experts gives the status of PFOS contamination of the city's water supply in Newburgh on Sept. 19, 2016. (Yvonne Marcotte/Epoch Times)

    Water Contamination Meeting in Newburgh Erupts as Residents Want Their Say

    NEWBURGH—Federal, state, and local officials spoke for more than an hour in Newburgh on Sept. 19 before Newburgh residents demanded a promised Q&A session get... Read more

  • (Peter Parkes/Flickr/CC BY)

    Don’t Bank on Wearables to Keep Weight Off

    Wearable devices that monitor physical activity are not reliable tools for weight loss, say researchers. As a matter of fact, they may even have the... Read more

  • (AS Food studio/Shutterstock)

    Can Therapy Before Age 3 Wipe Out a Peanut Allergy?

    Preschool children with a peanut allergy were able to start eating peanuts after taking part in oral immunotherapy, a new study shows. The findings confirm... Read more

  • (Phovoir/Shutterstock)

    Rheumatoid Arthritis Triggered by Hormone Imbalance in Women

    Rheumatoid arthritis is triggered by estrogen and progesterone hormone imbalance in women. In the study published in Nature Review, the researchers point out that sexual dimorphism has... Read more

  • Dr. Nathaniel Katz, a former adviser to the Food and Drug Administration, and currently CEO of Analgesic Solutions, in Natick, Mass., on Aug. 16, 2016. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)

    The Rise and Fallout of Prescribing Painkillers: How Americans Bought Into the ‘Epidemic of Pain’

    For more than a decade, members of a little-known group called the Pain Care Forum have blanketed Washington with messages touting prescription painkillers’ vital role... Read more

  • (Luis Ascui/Getty Images)

    Sugar Industry Scandal: Paid Harvard Scientists to Shift Blame to Fat

    A sugar industry scandal is rocking the research world, serving as a strong reminder that public policy should take industry-sponsored studies with a grain of... Read more

  • Ashya King, a five-year-old British cancer patient, arrives on a stretcher at the Proton Therapy Center in Prague on September 15, 2014. (MICHAL CIZEK/AFP/Getty Images)

    Brain Cancer Now Leading Childhood Cancer Killer

    NEW YORK—Brain cancer is now the deadliest childhood cancer in the U.S., now ahead of leukemia, a result of improved leukemia treatment and a frustrating... Read more

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    45 Potentially Hazardous Chemicals Common in Household Dust: Study

    Researchers at George Washington University compiled data from household dust samples collected throughout the United States and found 45 potentially toxic chemicals used in many... Read more

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    Living Parents Can Leave Older Adults Feeling Blue

    People who have reached age 65 and still have living parents are more likely to suffer depressive symptoms than their peers whose parents have died,... Read more

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    Swapping Just One Sugary Drink for Water Has Huge Health Benefits, Says Study

    Many factors contribute to obesity and chronic disease, but a significant body of evidence points to our love of sugar as the cause for our declining... Read more

  • A 1 kilogram brick of fentanyl (L) and fentanyl pills (R). (Drug Enforcement Agency Media Library)

    Fentanyl and Other Synthetic Opioids Sold as Counterfeits in Deadly New Trend

    In March and April, 56 people in the Sacramento area were hospitalized after taking Norco brand hydrocodone pills. Fifteen died. But, as we discovered, these... Read more

  • A heroin user prepares to inject himself in New London, Conn., on March 23, 2016. (John Moore/Getty Images)

    Drugs Fatalities Overtake Car Fatalities for the First Time in UK

    Seven years ago, fatalities from opiates overtook fatalities due to road accidents in the United States. Sadly, the same phenomenon is now playing out in... Read more

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    Women Experience More Chronic Pain Than Men, Now We Know Why

    It’s long been a household debate: Who really is the stronger sex, men or women? It’s no secret that physically, men often outperform women. But... Read more

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    What Froot Loops Tell Us About the Dialogue in Our Brains

    You’ve got a plan to pick up groceries for dinner on the way home. Right now, though, you’re in your office, coffee in hand. A... Read more

  • (Maridav/Shutterstock)

    Beyond Pills: Gaining a Healthy Body, a Strong Mind, and an Empowered Life

    In the history of drug sales, Prozac is a superstar. When the pill was first approved to treat depression over 25 years ago, it wasn’t... Read more

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    Healthy Lifestyle Prevents Alzheimer’s Better Than Any Drug

    Alzheimer’s disease can be a devastating illness for both patients and caregivers. However, much of it may be preventable thanks to a good diet and... Read more

  • County Executive Steve Neuhaus (L) shakes hands with HONOR housing resident Labriska Brown in front of new mobile health van in Middletown on Aug. 17, 2016. (courtesy of office of County Executive)

    Healthcare Van Goes Where It’s Needed Most

    Cornerstone Family Healthcare deployed a new state-of-the-art medical van to serve the needs of low-income residents in Newburgh and Middletown. The van made its first... Read more

  • Entrance to AltuCare in Middletown on Aug. 29, 2016. (Yvonne Marcotte/Epoch Times)

    New Clinic in Middletown Offers Affordable Family Medical Care

    Altucare Primary Medical Care in Middletown has fixed price memberships for a family’s primary healthcare needs. Altucare costs $60 per month for a membership for... Read more

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    The Midlife Crisis Is Real, but Doesn’t Linger

    There really is such a thing as a midlife crisis. But don’t worry, it doesn’t last. Research shows that satisfaction with life follows a U-shape—gradually... Read more

  • (Claire Plumridge/Shutterstock)

    6 Reasons You Should Do Plank Every Day

    Everybody who’s into fitness knows the plank exercise. There are so many articles and workout challenges about this exercise. But do you know the many benefits of... Read more

  • (Elena Veselova/Shutterstock)

    A Boozy Coffee Smoothie to Wake You Up Right

    By Derek Henry, Holistic Health Coach for Healing the Body  Everyone wants to get their morning started off with a bang. Most do this by... Read more

  • (HandmadePictures/Shutterstock)

    Creamy Coleslaw With Apples and Walnuts Recipe

    A simple, nutrient-dense salad that brings the flavor of fresh, crisp cabbage and tart green apple together brilliantly. The chopped walnuts give it the perfect final touch... Read more

  • (Graphic by Inga Longauerova/Epoch Times; Photo by Benjamin Chasteen/Epoch Times)

    4-Day, Push-Pull Workout for Strength, Endurance, and More (Part 4 of 4)

    These push and pull workouts will enhance your performance, both in sports and in daily life. They will help build total body strength, power, and endurance,... Read more

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    Be the Boss of Your Brain

    Let’s get brainy! I thrive with a highly active brain (and I bet you might, too) but it can be exhausting as well. That’s why... Read more

  • (Infographic by Inga Longauerova/Epoch Times; Photo by Benjamin Chasteen/Epoch Times)

    4-Day, Push-Pull Workout for Strength, Endurance, and More (Part 3 of 4)

    These push and pull workouts will enhance your performance, both in sports and in real life. They will help build total body strength, power, and... Read more

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    Exposure to Bright Light Might Impact Metabolism

    Most people are aware of the importance of vitamin D for good health and that it comes from the sun in its natural form. And many know... Read more

  • (aaltair/shutterstock)

    5 Signs You Need a Cheat Day

    The hardest part of losing weight is consistently eating a clean diet. Agree or disagree? Sure, exercise can be tough to adopt in the beginning,... Read more

  • (Infographic by Inga Longauerova/Epoch Times; Photo by Benjamin Chasteen/Epoch Times)

    4-Day, Push-Pull Workout for Strength, Endurance, and More (Part 2 of 4)

    These push and pull workouts will enhance your performance, both in sports and in real life. They will help build total body strength, power, and... Read more

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    4-Day, Push-Pull Workout for Strength, Endurance, and More (Part 1 of 4)

    These push and pull workouts will enhance your performance, both in sports and in real life. They will help build total body strength, power, and... Read more

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    Green Coffee Bean Extracts Can Boost Weight Loss

    Green coffee bean extracts are often dismissed as simply a source of caffeine, but their weight loss potential is boosted by the presence of powerful,... Read more

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    The Healthy Way to Enjoy Your Pumpkin Spice Latte This Fall

    With pumpkin spice frenzy in full swing, you may find yourself reading over pumpkin spice latte ingredient lists and wondering what it all means. I’m... Read more

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    How to Add Rowing to Your Cardio Routine (Infographic)

    Rowing is a great low-impact, total-body workout that’s perfect for exercisers of fitness levels. Here’s the catch—it really has to be done correctly to maximize... Read more

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    The Health Benefits of the Curry Spice Blend

    By Kristina Martin, Organic Lifestyle Magazine India is a country with over 1 billion people spread over five large regions. This population is incredibly diverse. Indians... Read more

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    Schizandra Pomegranate Kefir

    By Derek Henry, Holistic Health Coach for Healing the Body What happens when you combine a powerful adaptogenic herb with the sweetness of pomegranates, and... Read more

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    Raw Vegan Ice Cream – Only 4 Ingredients!

    “Low fat raw vegan ice cream is one of the easiest and most delicious recipes to make at home for family and friends! It’s sweet,... Read more

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    What Happens to Your Body When You’re Dehydrated?

    Water is essential for human life. It accounts for for 50-70% of our body weight and is crucial for most bodily functions. Any deficit in... Read more

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    Healthy Banana Ice Cream Recipe

    Got a bunch of overripe bananas at home that are no longer appetizing to eat on their own? Here’s a great idea: make healthy banana... Read more

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    The Way to Your Thyroid Is Through Your Stomach

    It’s not just what you eat. It’s how it gets there. It never ceases to amaze me how interconnected all parts of the body are... Read more

  • (alisafarov/shutterstock)

    Fresh Mexican Salsa Recipe

    This quick and easy salsa recipe incorporates omega-3-rich flax oil into the classic party dish. Not only will you feel great about whipping up this fresh... Read more

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    Dong Quai: A Super Women’s Herb That Works Best With Others

    Dong quai is one of the most famous herbs in traditional Chinese medicine. Sometimes called “female ginseng,” its thick, brown roots are best known for... Read more

  • (Igor Zh./Shutterstock)

    Thunder God Vine Treats Cancer and Joint Pain, but at a High Price

    Modern medicine often dismisses the value of herbs in treating illness. But a traditional Chinese herb known as thunder god vine (lei gong teng) is... Read more

  • (picsbyst/shutterstock)

    Understanding Tongue Diagnosis in Chinese Medicine

    The art of tongue diagnosis in Chinese Medicine may be one of the most interesting tools in my field. It isn’t the oldest technique, pulse diagnosis has... Read more

  • (wavebreakmedia/shutterstock)

    Acupuncture Beats Drug for Gastritis Relief

    Acupuncture relieves gastritis and is more effective than the drug ranitidine, an antihistamine. Researchers from Chenzhou First People’s Hospital investigated the efficacy of acupuncture and... Read more

  • (Kzenon/Shutterstock)

    9 Things You Need to Know About Cupping

    The Rio Olympics are on, and there’s nothing better than watching your favorite athletes competing at the highest level in the world. All the competitors have trained... Read more

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    Apricot Kernel: Chinese Herb for Cough and Source of a Controversial Vitamin

    Crack open an apricot pit and you’ll find a seed that looks, smells, and tastes a lot like an almond. Apricot kernels are used to... Read more

  • (Andrey_Popov/Shutterstock)

    Anxious? Acupuncture Can Help

    Do you have anxiety? Acupuncture can provide relief, it takes the connection between the body and mind into consideration. Chinese medicine is practiced with the belief that imbalances... Read more

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    Licorice Might Help You Lose Weight

    Who really needs another article about weight loss plans and products? We’re inundated with advertising on weight loss supplements and the last thing we need... Read more

  • (Kzenon/Shutterstock)

    13 Truths About Weight Loss

    Weight loss is a popular topic and a multi-billion dollar industry for a reason. I have found that it is the rare person who is... Read more

  • Falun Gong practitioners meditate at Union Square in New York. (Benjamin Chasteen/Epoch Times)

    Western Counseling Gets a Boost From Eastern Wisdom

    For the last several decades, Westerners have been looking East for new approaches to health care. What was once the exclusive domain of hippies and... Read more

  • Barbara Schafer suffered a devastating fall in 2003, but she completely healed from her injuries in just a few months. She credits her recovery to Falun Gong. (Photo by Oliver Trey)

    New Book Looks at the Science Behind Falun Gong

    People have been meditating for millennia, but science is just starting to grasp what all the fuss is about. In an age where clinical trials... Read more

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    How Diet Pills Sank a Traditional Chinese Herb for Sinus Problems

    There’s a cheap, natural, and safe remedy for treating sinus problems with a long history of success, but it’s virtually impossible to find in North... Read more

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    Fashion Icon Norma Kamali on Making Women Feel Good

    NEW YORK—Norma Kamali radiates a rare beauty, a glowing gorgeousness that can only come from the inside. Full of energy, creativity, and a balanced sense... Read more

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    Licorice, the Sweet Root With Lots of Health Benefits

    Say “licorice” and most people think of those black, chewy ropes from a bygone era of candy. But licorice is also a plant related to... Read more

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    Chinese Medicine: How to Be Healthy in Summer

    The Chinese medicine element associated with summer is, not surprisingly, fire. The fire element is special because it provides that spark which inspires love for... Read more

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    Monk Fruit, the Multi-Faceted Sweetener

    Despite all the dangers of consuming too much sugar, we still love the sweet stuff. There are a lot of low-calorie sugar alternatives to choose... Read more

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    Acupuncture and Herbs Relieve Hay Fever

    Acupuncture and herbs alleviate hay fever (allergic rhinitis). Symptoms include postnasal drip, runny nose, sneezing, itchy or watery eyes, and ear or throat irritation. Lishui... Read more

  • (Dmitry Kalinovsky/Shutterstock)

    The Tongue Is a Map of the Body in Chinese Medicine

    Your tongue does more than just taste food and articulate words. According to traditional Chinese medicine, it is also a convenient diagnostic tool. Before X-rays,... Read more

  • (Maridav/Shutterstock)

    Improve Your Posture in One Simple Step

    Want to improve your posture quickly, for free, with almost zero effort? I did it. So can you. I don’t deserve any credit for this accomplishment... Read more

  • (Yanik Chauvin/Shutterstock)

    Acupuncture Pain Killing Mystery Revealed

    Researchers have discovered that acupuncture causes a special biochemical reaction that reduces inflammation and muscle pain. The study, published in Molecular Neurobiology, investigated the effects of... Read more

  • (Kaspars Grinvalds/Shutterstock)

    Migraine Relief: 5 Natural Ways to Ease the Pain

    Have you ever had a migraine headache? If you have, you know how painful one can be, and if you haven’t, chances are someone you know... Read more

  • (Maridav/Shutterstock)

    DIY Remedies for Bug Bites, Stings and Scratches (Infographic)

    Even the most vigilant families can fall prey to any number of summertime ailments, whether that’s overexposure to the sun, getting bit by mosquitoes or... Read more

  • (antoniodiaz/shutterstock)

    Foods That Fight Depression Better Than Medication!

    If you want to improve your mood, lower feelings of stress, reduce cravings and addictions then one of the best ways to see these benefits... Read more

  • (Levi Saunders/Unsplash)

    4 Things That Could Heal Childhood ADHD/ADD

    By Ash Stevens, Healing the Body A problem stays a problem until it’s fixed. ADHD is no exception. So, while pills and special interventions are... Read more

  • (Chubykin Arkady/Shutterstock)

    Drinking Peppermint Tea Boosts Memory

    Next time you head into an important meeting or you are giving a speech, you might consider drinking a cup of peppermint tea. Why, you may ask?... Read more

  • (Svetlana Lukienko/Shutterstock)

    Clary Sage for a Calm Mind and Hormonal Balance

    For centuries, hops has been the primary herb in beermaking, thanks to a 1516 German beer law that restricted the official ingredient list to hops,... Read more

  • (gpointstudio/shutterstock)

    9 Most Effective Foods That Fight Inflammation

    Many people confuse inflammation with infection. Though infection and inflammation can happen at the same time, they are completely different. Infection is just one of... Read more

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    Got Heartburn? Reach For This Instead Of Antacids

    When we feel that warm burn in our esophagus and that sour twinge in our stomach, we describe it as “heartburn” or “acid reflux.” Commercials for... Read more

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    Mullein, the Magical Plant That Sets Bones and Alleviates Coughs

    Mullein is a common roadside weed that really stands out in a crowd. The large leaves feel like thick wool flannel. In its second year,... Read more

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    Groundbreaking Study Finds Turmeric Extract Superior to Prozac for Depression

    A new study published in the journal “Phytotherapy Research” has confirmed for the first time in a randomized, controlled clinical trial that the primary polyphenol in... Read more

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    Comfrey: A Healing Plant With a Misguided Reputation

    Comfrey is an herb with a long reputation for healing wounds and mending broken bones. For centuries, comfrey was considered a safe medicine, and in... Read more

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    5 Essential Oils That Help Fight Infections

    By Max Joseph, Organic Lifestyle Magazine Essential oils are routinely used in Aromatherapy for their pleasant, sweet scent. However, they have much more to offer. Essential... Read more

  • (Valentina Proskurina/Shutterstock)

    Chill Out and Soothe Pain with Mint

    Bite into a chili pepper and your tongue feels heat, even though the actual temperature in your mouth doesn’t change. A similar trick occurs with... Read more

  • (Scharfsinn/Shutterstock)

    Parsley for Bladder Infections, Osteoporosis, Digestive Problems, and Healthy Menstruation

    [Fresh herbs can be hard to come by, but not parsley, which is perhaps the most ubiquitous.  In many restaurants, parsley functions more as a... Read more

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    Turmeric— The Spice of Life

    Turmeric is a yellow-pigmented curry spice that is often used in Indian cuisine. But this spice is far more than a cooking staple. It also has... Read more

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    Diatomaceous Earth: Silica Rich, Detoxifying Dirt

    It sounds like the title of a 1970s sci-fi novel, but diatomaceous earth is actually a white powder 30 million years in the making. At... Read more

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    Top 10 Natural Cures for Cancer

    Have you ever wondered how effective natural cancer treatments can be? Around 20 years ago, my mother was diagnosed with breast cancer.  After her diagnosis, she... Read more

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    Psoriasis Diet: What Foods to Eat and What to Avoid

    Psoriasis is a skin condition that causes dry, red, and itchy patches on the skin’s surface. Although there is no diet specifically for psoriasis, many... Read more

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    7 Relaxing Yoga Poses for Adrenal Fatigue

    A common question that I’m asked by my students is, “How can I become less stressed and have more energy, without diminishing my drive and ambition for success?”... Read more

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    How Coconut Oil May Rescue The Brain From Alzheimer’s Disease

    The internet loves a good “natural cure” recovery story.  For instance, when Dr. Mary Newport, MD, dramatically reverses her husband’s symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease after... Read more

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    NYC Health & Fitness Directory

    TITLE MD Theater District Rejuvenate your looks with a dynamic array of non-surgical cosmetic options at Title MD. Doctors Stacy Title, M.D. and Craig Title, M.D. have helped thousands... Read more

  • Dr. Steven Stetson was , Jan. 31, 2014. (Samira Bouaou/Epoch Times)

    Innovative, Implantable Lens Improves Near Vision

    Have you been increasingly struggling to read menus or the newspaper because you can’t make out the font? Or maybe you have to fumble for... Read more

  • (Paul Hakimata Photography/Shutterstock)

    What Is Infant Reflux and Will It Get Better?

    Gastro-oesophageal reflux is a condition that affects up to half of all babies under three months of age. It can happen multiple times a day,... Read more

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    Answering the Same Questions Over and Over: How to Talk to People With Dementia

    If you care for or know someone with dementia, they’ve probably asked you “what are we doing today?”, “who are you?”, or “when are we... Read more

  • (Michal Kowalski/Shutterstock)

    Hypothyroidism vs. PCOS, Differences in Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment

    Hypothyroidism, also referred to as underactive thyroid, has been linked to PCOS, or polycystic ovary syndrome. While many studies show that these two conditions share... Read more

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    Why I Think All Men Should Have a Baseline PSA Test Starting at Age 40

    In 2012, the United States Preventive Service Task Force (USPSTF) advocated that urologists not routinely screen men without symptoms of prostate cancer using the prostate... Read more

  • Dr. Mila Mogilevsky (R) and staff member of Unique Pain Medicine in New York on Aug. 1, 2016. (Benjamin Chasteen/Epoch Times)

    Managing Chronic Pain Without Opioids

    For the last seven years, Dr. Mila Mogilevsky has dedicated her practice to treating acute chronic pain without opioid medications. “In the long run, they [opioids]... Read more

  • Dr. Chris Chondrogiannis with a patient at Madison Avenue Periodontics in Manhattan, N.Y. (Samira Bouaou/Epoch Times)

    Laser Treatment Saves Ailing and Failing Dental Implants

    For many people who’ve lost one or multiple teeth, dental implants are a great alternative to dentures because they feel natural and don’t decay. But... Read more

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    Looking at Trashy Online Content May Be Bad for Your Brain

    These days, practically everyone turns to the internet to get informed or to be entertained. And while most of us are somewhat aware of how... Read more

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    Spot the Difference: Harmless Mole or Potential Skin Cancer?

    The earlier you find a cancerous mole, the easier the treatment and the better the outcomes. But it’s not easy distinguishing between harmless, benign moles... Read more

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    Being Present and Improving Life With Mindfulness

    Like it or not, the thoughts you hold in the morning can shape your mindset for the rest of the day. A new book titled... Read more

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    Two Non-Invasive Treatments for Enlarged Prostate You Should Know About

    Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is one of the most common disorders affecting men as they grow older. Men face the decision of whether to hassle... Read more

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    22 Things Happy People Do Differently

    Many people spend their lives waiting to be happy.  You may think, “if only I had more money,” or “could lose weight,” or you fill in the blank, then I would... Read more

  • Oxycodone pain pills prescribed for a patient with chronic pain.  ( John Moore/Getty Images)

    Do Opioids Make Pain Worse?

    The opium poppy is arguably the oldest painkiller known to man, with its use being described by the ancient civilizations. Opium mimics the body’s homemade... Read more

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