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How Is Depression Related to Dementia?

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A new study by neuropsychiatric researchers at Rush University Medical Center gives insight into the relationship between depression and dementia. The study is published in...


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    Birthweight and Breastfeeding Have Implications for Children’s Health Decades Later

    Young adults who were breastfed for three months or more as babies have a significantly lower risk of chronic inflammation associated with cardiovascular and metabolic... Read more

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    Introvert or Extrovert, Normal or Abnormal: The Problem With Personality Types

    The idea that people can be classified into types has a long history. Writing 23 centuries ago, the Greek philosopher Theophrastus sketched 30 characters that... Read more

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    ‘Good Gut Bacteria’ May Help Fight Obesity

    Daily intake of a specific form of lactic acid bacteria could help prevent obesity and reduce low-level inflammation. Rats who were given the bacterium from... Read more

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    Lose the Excuses

    What excuse keeps you from exercising? It’s amazing how these rationalizations invade our thoughts and hold us back. But it’s time to recognize excuses for... Read more

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    Low-Carb Diet Recommended for Diabetics

    A new study involving researchers from the University of Alabama at Birmingham and other institutions says patients with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes should... Read more

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    What Do You See When You Look in the Mirror?

    In a series of candid interviews, women share their feelings about body image, self-judgment, and what it means to love themselves. This short documentary was... Read more

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    The Healing Power of Probiotics Impresses Researchers

    A breakthrough study has revealed for the first time that probiotic bacteria appear to affect gene activity and cellular reactions in the human intestine. According... Read more

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    3 Healthy Smoothie Recipes for Summer

    These healthy smoothie recipes star seasonal summer fruits. Let’s get blending! Most of the year frozen fruits are the base for my healthy smoothie recipes,... Read more

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    Was a NYC citizen Choked to Death by the Police While NYC Paramedics Stood By?

    By J. D. Heyes, contributing writer to Natural News Four emergency medical workers who were called for a New York City man who died in policy... Read more

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    Is Google’s Project to Monitor Healthy People Just a Bit Creepy?

    You donate gigabytes of valuable data to Google every day. Your browsing history, search results, and gmail behaviour as well as the countless smartphone apps... Read more

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    How to Avoid GMOs at the Grocery Store

    If you are anything like me, going to the grocery store can be a debilitating experience. I actually don’t mind grocery shopping, but with all... Read more

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    The Health Benefits of Trees

    It is becoming increasingly clear that trees help people live longer, healthier, happier lives—to the tune of $6.8 billion in averted health costs annually in... Read more

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    4 Myths About Sunglasses

    By now, it’s probably been drilled into your head that you always, always need to wear sunscreen when you’re spending time outdoors. But your skin... Read more

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    Study Shows Acupuncture Improves Quality of Life for Breast Cancer Patients

    Use of electroacupuncture (EA) – a form of acupuncture where a small electric current is passed between pairs of acupuncture needles – produces significant improvements... Read more

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    5 Unusual Exercises You Should Start Doing (Part 2)

    In my LAST POST, I went over two out of five unusual exercises that I think you should start doing.  Today, we’re going to cover... Read more

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    Can Vending Machines Make Healthier Babies?

    On a trip to the state of Andhra Pradesh in 2011, Miniya Chatterji, an Indian-born former hedge fund manager, was shocked by the sorry state of... Read more

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    Birthweight and Breastfeeding Have Implications for Children’s Health Decades Later

    Young adults who were breastfed for three months or more as babies have a significantly lower risk of chronic inflammation associated with cardiovascular and metabolic... Read more

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    Introvert or Extrovert, Normal or Abnormal: The Problem With Personality Types

    The idea that people can be classified into types has a long history. Writing 23 centuries ago, the Greek philosopher Theophrastus sketched 30 characters that... Read more

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    What Do You See When You Look in the Mirror?

    In a series of candid interviews, women share their feelings about body image, self-judgment, and what it means to love themselves. This short documentary was... Read more

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    Was a NYC citizen Choked to Death by the Police While NYC Paramedics Stood By?

    By J. D. Heyes, contributing writer to Natural News Four emergency medical workers who were called for a New York City man who died in policy... Read more

  • Pulling a sickie without Google. (J. Bond Francisco 1890s, CC BY)

    Is Google’s Project to Monitor Healthy People Just a Bit Creepy?

    You donate gigabytes of valuable data to Google every day. Your browsing history, search results, and gmail behaviour as well as the countless smartphone apps... Read more

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    The Health Benefits of Trees

    It is becoming increasingly clear that trees help people live longer, healthier, happier lives—to the tune of $6.8 billion in averted health costs annually in... Read more

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    Can Vending Machines Make Healthier Babies?

    On a trip to the state of Andhra Pradesh in 2011, Miniya Chatterji, an Indian-born former hedge fund manager, was shocked by the sorry state of... Read more

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    Generation of Tanners see Spike in Deadly Melanoma

    Stop sunbathing and using indoor tanning beds, the acting U.S. surgeon general warned in a report released Tuesday that cites an alarming 200 percent jump... Read more

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    Good-Bye, Finger Pricking: How Google Is Making Life Easier for Diabetics

    Google is best known for software products such as Search, Gmail, and Maps. But the company’s top-secret research and development team, Google X, has been... Read more

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    Life After Your Brain Explodes (Video)

    I was nervous that first day as I made it to room 10B in the Center for Disability, a run-down, twelve-story building on Manhattan’s Lower... Read more

  • This undated handout photo provided by Gilead Sciences shows the Hepatitis-C medication Sovaldi. A $1,000-per-pill drug that insurers are reluctant to pay for has quickly become the treatment of choice for a liver-wasting viral disease that affects more than 3 million Americans. In less than six months, prescriptions for Sovaldi have eclipsed all other hepatitis-C pills combined, according to new data from IMS Health. (AP Photo/Gilead Sciences)

    $1,000-Pill Sovaldi Now Hepatitis Treatment of Choice

    WASHINGTON—The price may be high but so is demand. A new $1,000-per-pill drug has become the treatment of choice for Americans with hepatitis C, a... Read more

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    What People Think of You Based on Your Photo

    It’s impossible to deduce personality traits from a quick glance at a duckface iPhone photo. But a new study finds that, when it comes to first... Read more

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    Developmental Music Therapy Class for Babies Creates Good Vibes

    Lisa Gracey shares a puppet of an orange bear with 11-month-old son Duke, singing ‘Old MacDonald had a farm,’ encouraging him to be engaged in... Read more

  • This photo shows a full-page ad by MedImmune that was published Tuesday, July 22, 2014, in the New York Times. MedImmune, a division of AstraZeneca, ran full-page ads in the New York Times and other newspapers in recent weeks protesting pediatricians’ new recommended limits on Synagis, a drug for preventing serious lung problems in premature infants caused by a common but usually mild virus. A new policy from the American Academy of Pediatrics says the costly drug has limited benefits and recommends scaling back its use. The policy was published online Monday, July 21, 2014, in Pediatrics. (AP Photo)

    MedImmune Argues With Doctor’s Group Over Anti-Virus Drug Synagis

    CHICAGO—A costly drug given mostly to premature babies is at the center of a clash between the manufacturer and the nation’s leading pediatrician’s group, which... Read more

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    The Depression-Weight-Gain Cycle

    Antidepressants are the most-prescribed drugs in the U.S. for people between the ages of 18 and 44, and more than 10 percent of Americans are on them... Read more

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    From Sea Clocks to Antibiotics: How the Longitude Prize Became About the Battle Against Bacteria

    The British public voted for the £10m Longitude Prize to go towards funding scientific research to solve the urgent global problem of rising resistance to... Read more

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    Slow Walking Speed and Memory Complaints Can Predict Dementia

    A study involving nearly 27,000 older adults on five continents found that nearly 1 in 10 met criteria for pre-dementia based on a simple test... Read more

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    Chinese River Turns Bloody Red Overnight (Video)

    Residents in eastern China woke up earlier this week to find the river that runs through their city had turned blood red.  “The other night folks smelled something... Read more

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    High-Profile Doctor Dies of Ebola, Highlighting Risk to Health Workers

    MONROVIA, Liberia—One of Liberia’s most high-profile doctors has died of Ebola, a government official said Sunday, highlighting the risks facing health workers trying to combat... Read more

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    Loss of Sleep After Divorce can Spike Blood Pressure

    Divorce-related sleep problems may be partly to blame for significant health problems, including high blood pressure and even early death, research suggests. “In the initial... Read more

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    ‘Good Gut Bacteria’ May Help Fight Obesity

    Daily intake of a specific form of lactic acid bacteria could help prevent obesity and reduce low-level inflammation. Rats who were given the bacterium from... Read more

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    Lose the Excuses

    What excuse keeps you from exercising? It’s amazing how these rationalizations invade our thoughts and hold us back. But it’s time to recognize excuses for... Read more

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    The Healing Power of Probiotics Impresses Researchers

    A breakthrough study has revealed for the first time that probiotic bacteria appear to affect gene activity and cellular reactions in the human intestine. According... Read more

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    3 Healthy Smoothie Recipes for Summer

    These healthy smoothie recipes star seasonal summer fruits. Let’s get blending! Most of the year frozen fruits are the base for my healthy smoothie recipes,... Read more

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    5 Unusual Exercises You Should Start Doing (Part 2)

    In my LAST POST, I went over two out of five unusual exercises that I think you should start doing.  Today, we’re going to cover... Read more

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    12 Great Food Resources

    Here are some of my favorite healthy food resources – where to find a farmer’s market, get wild fish, find grass-fed meat and more: Local... Read more

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    5 Unusual Exercises You Should Start Doing (Part 1)

    I’ve recently taken on a new batch of coaching clients, and in designing some workouts, I realize that I’m sure a lot of these people... Read more

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    Have a Healthy Fruit Salad

    By Derek Henry, Holistic Health Coach for Healing the Body When fresh fruit is in season, one of the most delightful dishes that can be... Read more

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    Green Tea Compound Reduces Pancreatic Cancer Risk

    Green tea may well be the healthiest drink on the planet.  For many, the tea and its extracts hold great promise as potential treatments for... Read more

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    You Say Tomato—We Say Lycopene, a Protective Carotenoid

    Carotenoids are a family of over six hundred phytochemicals, including alpha-carotene, beta-carotene, lycopene, lutein, and zeaxanthin. Carotenoids are abundant in green and yellow-orange vegetables and... Read more

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    The Healing Benefits of Sauerkraut

    By Derek Henry, Holistic Health Coach for Healing the Body As a result of the widespread digestion and immune system related issues taking over the... Read more

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    Top 6 Superfoods to Boost Your Energy!

    By Olivia McFadyen, Organic Lifestyle Magazine Superfoods are just that – super foods!  Although there are few dictionaries that define the word, the commonly understood definition... Read more

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    Juicing vs Blending: Pros and Cons

    Juicers are a passionate bunch. From spinach to kale, lemon, carrot, ginger and everything in between, they often make trips to the farmers market or... Read more

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    GMO Foods: The 8 Most Common (Infographic)

    The most common genetically modified foods are some of the most common foods on the grocery shelves and in our pantries. Due to numerous health... Read more

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    Top 3 Supplements That Eliminate Toxins (Video)

    Are you helping your body eliminate toxins or are you adding to the problem? Dr. Walter Crinnion discusses supplements that help with the body’s toxic... Read more

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    Superfood Power Bites

    By Derek Henry, Holistic Health Coach for Healing the Body Due to the state of power bars and other chewy energy snacks, we seriously need... Read more

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    How Sugar Harms Your Brain Health and Drives Alzheimer’s Epidemic

    Alzheimer’s disease, a severe form of dementia, affects an estimated 5.2 million Americans, according to 2013 statistics. One in nine seniors over the age of... Read more

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    Magnesium’s Importance Far Greater Than Previously Imagined

    Calcium deficiency is a common nutritional concern, but how many folks consider the vital importance of magnesium in human health and disease?   New research... Read more

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    6 Reasons You Should Try a Summer Boot Camp

    Fitness boot camps have become exceedingly popular in the past years thanks to the variety and effectiveness they offer participants. In 2012, the American College... Read more

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    11 Health Benefits of Cherries

    Cherries are delicious, beautiful, and in season now! National Cherry Day was on July 16th in the UK. Eat this superfruit before its short growing... Read more

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    Study Shows Acupuncture Improves Quality of Life for Breast Cancer Patients

    Use of electroacupuncture (EA) – a form of acupuncture where a small electric current is passed between pairs of acupuncture needles – produces significant improvements... Read more

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    Acupuncture Helped Vincenzo Nibali Win The Tour de France

    Yesterday Vincenzo Nibali of team Astana made history by winning this year’s Tour de France, Congratulations Vincenzo!  Did Acupuncture Help Him Get To The Paris... Read more

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    Ear Seeds Explained

    Perhaps you’ve seen photo’s of celebrities like Matt Damon and Penelope Cruz sporting ear seeds and wondered what they were and what they are used for. Well, that’s why... Read more

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    Sweating in the Summer Heat Promotes Good Health

    By Ethan A. Huff, contributing writer to Natural News Summertime heat is an annoyance to some people, but according to Xu Qian, director of the infectious... Read more

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    Acupuncture Fertility Success with IVF Revealed

    Researchers have discovered that acupuncture increases live birth rates and pregnancy rates for women receiving in vitro fertilisation (IVF) treatments for infertility. Many recent studies... Read more

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    Cyclists in The Tour de France Use Acupuncture To Stay in Top Form

    The 2014 Tour De France is underway. Hundreds of elite cyclists are racing through the picturesque mountains of France in an amazing feat of endurance... Read more

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    Acupuncture: From Quack Science to Proven Medical Treatment

    By Derek Henry, Holistic Health Coach for Healing the Body There are many alternative treatments that have been considered (and still are) as quack medicine... Read more

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    Acupuncture from a Western Medical Perspective

    I’m sure that, as you have been reading, you see that acupuncture, having been developed in China and other Asian cultures, has a distinctively Eastern... Read more

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    Richard Linklater Talks, ‘Boyhood,’ the Film it Took 12 Years to Make

    In 2002, director Richard Linklater created a story about a 6-year-old boy and his family. Shooting took place 12 times over the course of 12... Read more

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    Herbal Decoction vs Herbal Capsules

    This is exactly the method of preparation Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) uses to extract or release the chemicals stored in botanicals used for medicinal purposes.  In fact,... Read more

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    Acupuncture Lowers Blood Pressure

    New research finds acupuncture effective for reducing high blood pressure and preventing damage to the kidneys. Acupoint LI11 LocationIn a controlled laboratory experiment, researchers applied... Read more

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    Health Benefits of Strawberries According to Traditional Chinese Medicine

    Strawberries are at their peak now and will remain so through July. In addition to being an appealing valentine-shaped fruit that you can eat fresh... Read more

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    The Yin and Yang of The Menstrual Cycle

    In Chinese Medicine, a woman’s monthly menstrual cycle is another example of how yin and yang works in the human body to maintain balance. From a... Read more

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    11 Easy Ways to Eat and Lose Weight Naturally Following the Asian Diet Plan

     The focus of Asian diet plan is to create wellness. By practicing these dietary habits you will  have health and energy for life.  We all know:  ”Health... Read more

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    Acupuncture Regulates the Nervous System

    New evidence demonstrates acupuncture activates specific regions of the brain for the treatment of specific diseases. Investigators from the Acupuncture and Moxibustion Department of Beijing... Read more

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    Ling Gu: An Amazing Acupuncture Point

    Acupuncture treatments almost always use more than one acupoint, but today, I want to highlight one of my favorites. I use the point named Ling... Read more

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    Herbal Coolers To Quench Your Thirst This Summer

    From Pacific Herbs By Cathy Margolin  This tea is also greener!! Instead of buying and tossing those plastic (BPA ridden) bottles into landfills, you’re making a healthy fitness... Read more

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    Skin Care: Face Mapping and Your Health (+Video)

     Face it, our health may not always be our primary concern—instead it is often how we look! Many of us really only pay attention to... Read more

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    ABCs of Fertility: Acupuncture, Babies, Chinese Medicine

    Many women get pregnant easily, but it is unlikely that they are reading this article. For other couples, having a baby may be more difficult... Read more

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    Acupuncture Needle Qi Sensation Revealed

    New research explores the role of de-qi in the field of acupuncture. De-qi is a combination of bodily sensations induced by acupuncture needling techniques combined... Read more

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    5 Fabulous Anti-Inflammatory Foods

    These Fab Five Foods are Anti-inflammatory, Help Pain and Arthritis:   Ginger (Shutterstock*) 1. Ginger is a natural anti- inflammatory and can be used as... Read more

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    Acupuncture Relieves Hot Flashes – so do These 6 Other Natural Remedies

    By David Gutierrez, contributing writer to Natural News Acupuncture reduces the frequency and severity of hot flashes, according to a meta-analysis published in the journal Menopause... Read more

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    10 Natural Substances That Could Help Cure Type 1 Diabetes

    Could the long-sought after cure for type 1 diabetes be as close as your kitchen cupboard? An accumulating body of scientific research appears to point... Read more

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    Mangosteen Fruit Shown to Kill Breast Cancer Cells Without Causing Harm

    By Ethan A. Huff, contributing writer to Natural News A tropical fruit native to Southeast Asia has been shown in a new study to protect... Read more

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    Amputees Tortured by Phantom Pain, Mirror Man Helps

    Phantom pain, experienced in missing limbs, tortures amputees and puzzles scientists. Srinath Perur cycles round Cambodia with a man who treats it with mirrors. One... Read more

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    Autoimmunity, Inflammation and the Be Well Cleanse

    Over the past year, we have been working with a patient Megan McGrane who was suffering from autoimmune disorders and inflammation. By changing her diet... Read more

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    Things Health Nuts Do With Their Food

    By Derek Henry, Organic Lifestyle Magazine There are a variety of things people do to food. Some of the most common practices are baking, grilling,... Read more

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    Your Skin Can ‘Sniff’ Certain Aromas That Help It Heal Faster

    Humans have about 350 different types of olfactory receptors in the nose, which detect odours and start a signalling process that then messages the brain... Read more

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    Top 10 Ginger Health Benefits (Infographic)

    The stunning benefits of ginger are being scientifically proven and they range from treating bacterial infections to cancer. This infographic explains it’s powerful healing powers…... Read more

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    Natural Antibiotics That Don’t Require a Prescription

    By Derek Henry, Holistic Health Coach for Healing the Body Prescription antibiotics have become the standard treatment for infections. As a result, people have ruined... Read more

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    Lemon Rx: 12 Evidence-Based Reasons Why It Is a Powerful Medicine

    You know lemon, right? It is a tart, exciting, delicious and indispensable ingredient in recipes and beverages. But did you know that scientists have identified... Read more

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    How to Get Rid of a Headache

    By Derek Henry, Holistic Health Coach for Healing the Body Headaches are a prominent part of many people’s daily lives. This is merely a symptom of... Read more

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    4 Top Ways to Eliminate Arthritis Naturally

    By Doc, Organic Lifestyle Magazine Arthritis is the swelling of a joint. Arthritis has the ability to cause severe joint and muscle pain and loss... Read more

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    Top 8 Foods and Herbs for Healing Cancer

    By Derek Henry, Holistic Health Coach for Healing the Body  With 44% of men and 39% of women now being diagnosed with cancer, it has... Read more

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    How to Heal Cavities Naturally

    By Derek Henry, Holistic Health Coach for Healing the Body The world is slowly waking up to the fact that we can heal things we... Read more

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    Health Benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar & How to Make Your Own

    By Derek Henry, Organic Lifestyle Magazine Fermented foods are becoming very popular, and for good reason. They are rich in probiotics and enzymes and have... Read more

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    Leeds Health & Healing Festival, July 12 and 13

    The successful Leeds Health & Healing Festival is coming to The Centenary Pavilion, Leeds United FC, Elland Road, Leeds in the North of England –... Read more

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    Treat and Prevent Your Sunburns with These 6 Simple Ingredients

    As summer progresses, the risk of getting a sunburn is becoming higher. The good news is that there are a lot of ways to treating... Read more

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    Make Room to Feel What’s Real

    Over Memorial Day weekend, the three of us went upstate for a few days of gardening, cooking, and family time … and for me, some... Read more

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    Crohn’s Disease? 3 Natural Treatments (Video)

    It’s a painful ailment that comes in agonizing bouts, but through proper management, Crohn’s disease symptoms can be controlled and even minimized. Crohn’s disease is... Read more

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    Low-Carb Diet Recommended for Diabetics

    A new study involving researchers from the University of Alabama at Birmingham and other institutions says patients with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes should... Read more

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    How to Avoid GMOs at the Grocery Store

    If you are anything like me, going to the grocery store can be a debilitating experience. I actually don’t mind grocery shopping, but with all... Read more

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    4 Myths About Sunglasses

    By now, it’s probably been drilled into your head that you always, always need to wear sunscreen when you’re spending time outdoors. But your skin... Read more

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    These 3 Tests Detect Concussion 100% of the Time

    When combined with two other measures, a simple vision test can detect 100 percent of concussions that occur during a football game, new research shows. On... Read more

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    Trusting Intuition: 7 Medical-Worker Hunches That Saved Lives

    Medical intuition is a common concept held among many doctors and healthcare professionals–it occurs when a sort of gut feeling or intuitive understanding about a... Read more

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    Healthy Lifestyle May Buffer Against Stress-Related Cell Aging

    A new study from UC San Francisco is the first to show that while the impact of life’s stressors accumulate overtime and accelerate cellular aging,... Read more

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    6 Steps for Managing Fear and Anxiety

    We’ve all experienced pangs of fear and anxiety. Whether it’s blowing that big job interview, worrying about lab test results from your doctor or letting... Read more

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    4 Ways to Shed Belly Fat

    1. Exercise. You can’t exercise to spot reduce, but it will help you shed excess pounds — and often, the fat your body sheds first comes from... Read more

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    5 Keys to Preventing Cancer: You Won’t Believe the Power of #4!

    Dr. Isaac Eliaz discusses some important steps you can take to help you prevent cancer as well as other health conditions. There are a number... Read more

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    Summer Backyard Activities: The Do’s & Don’ts (Video)

    From our friends at HooplaHa, a great inspiration! Summertime is meant for fun and activities, be be sure to keep these important tips in mind... Read more

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    Why Doctors Prefer Fist Bumps Before Handshakes

    When it comes to preventing the spread of germs, maybe the president is on to something with his fondness for fist bumps. The familiar knocking... Read more

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    All Day Energy: 10 Fantastic Ways to Fight Fatigue

    For most of us, feeling fatigued, groggy and a bit sniffle-y, no matter what time of the year it is, has virtually become a way... Read more

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    Your Brain Needs Downtime

    Mental downtime is necessary for your brain to function at its best. Research shows that “when we are relaxing or daydreaming, the brain doesn’t slow... Read more

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    How to Improve Security and Privacy So Patients Can Use Social Media in Hospitals

    As a non-profit organisation, the NHS should follow the same principles behind open-source: sharing knowledge and standardising procedures to help all the patients. And in... Read more

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    Reading Food Labels

    I consider real food to be foods that are as close to nature as possible, with very few ingredients. That means foods that our grandparents... Read more

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    Why Am I Always Sick?

    By Derek Henry, Holistic Health Coach for Healing the Body People are sick, and so much so that common conditions like allergies, gastrointestinal problems, frequent... Read more

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    Importance of a Warm-Up and Cool-Down

    When time is tight and you have to squeeze in a workout, the first portions that usually get omitted are your warm-up or cool-down, but... Read more

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    Top 10 for a Beautiful Summer Skin

    Mother Nature is a genius! The wealth of incredibly nourishing 100 percent natural ingredients out there are practically infinite! To narrow it down for you,... Read more

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    How Dental Implants Save Bone

    NEW YORK—Tooth loss begets more tooth loss. When a tooth is removed, it can cause the jawbone to weaken, undermining the foundation of surrounding teeth... Read more

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    Easy DIY Massage

    Daily Candy came and shot some videos of me giving health tips to their readers. Here I describe how to do my favorite self massage... Read more


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