Health

Seagulls Found Carrying Dangerous Superbug (Video)

A superbug that can resist one of the strongest known antibiotics has been found in a very mobile carrier. One recently published study has confirmed its presence in kelp gulls in Argentina while another has located it in Lithuania’s European herring gulls. (AOL Screenshot)
A superbug that can resist one of the strongest known antibiotics has been found in a very mobile carrier. One recently published study has confirmed its presence in kelp gulls in Argentina while another has located it in Lithuania’s European herring gulls. (AOL Screenshot)

A superbug that can resist one of the strongest known antibiotics has been found in a very mobile carrier. One recently published study has confirmed...


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    12 Signs Your Body Is Not Liking the Food You’re Eating

     By Jason Christoff, Healing the Body There are many signs that the food you are putting in your body is not agreeing with you. Here are... Read more

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    The GAPS Diet & Histamine Intolerance

    Histamine intolerance is a growing concern today, and awareness is slowly growing amongst practitioners. The GAPS™ Protocol is a digestive healing protocol that does wonders... Read more

  • Greenpeace activist Camila Speziale shows the sentence "Free the Arctic Sunrise" written on her hand after arriving at Ezeiza International Airport in Buenos Aires on December 28, 2013 following 100 days in detention in Russia -- including two months in jail -- for protesting against oil drilling in the Arctic.(Alejandro Pagni/AFP/Getty Images)

    Why Doing Good Can Do You Good

    We feel good when we do a good deed, so there must be a psychological benefit to helping others? But how can we know for... Read more

  • Over the years, smartphone screens have gotten brighter, and while that’s generally a helpful thing, it can come with a surprising side effect – temporary blindness. (AOL Screenshot)

    Two Women Became Temporarily Blind After Smartphone Use In Bed (Video)

    Over the years, smartphone screens have gotten brighter, and while that’s generally a helpful thing, it can come with a surprising side effect – temporary... Read more

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    Study: Nearly 2 Million Children in the US Suffer Sports-Related Concussions Every Year, Many Go Untreated

    Nearly 2 million children in the United States suffer sports- and recreation-related concussions (SRRCs) annually, and many of them may go untreated, according to a recent... Read more

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    Lemon Balm Tea – Helps To Lower Your Blood Pressure

    Lemon balm is an aromatic herb whose leaves contain a variety of aromatic essential oils. It has been used since ancient times for its soothing,... Read more

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    7 Surprising Reasons You May Be Losing Hair

    Hair loss is surprisingly common – and not just among men. Women can also lose their hair, which can be very noticeable. While most people... Read more

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    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

  • (Evgeny Atamanenko/Shutterstock)

    Vitamin D Linked to Lower Body Fat in Toddlers

    Vitamin D in the first year of life may help children gain muscle mass and avoid excess body fat as toddlers, say researchers who were... Read more

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    In a Bid for the Perfect Profile Pic, Young Men Are Increasingly Turning to Steroids

    The Crime Survey for England and Wales estimates that around 60,000 people are using steroids to gain muscle, to become leaner and fitter, or to... Read more

  • Butter and cheese are good sources of vitamin A. Beef liver is another very good source. (Gamzova Olga/Shutterstock)

    What You Need to Know About Vitamin A

    Vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin that is also a powerful antioxidant. Vitamin A—like all antioxidants—is involved in reducing inflammation through fighting free radical damage. Consuming a diet... Read more

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    Study: Chewing Gum No Good for Weight Loss

    Chewing gum has been suggested as a simple tool to help you reduce food cravings and eat less, ultimately helping with weight loss. There is... Read more

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    Google as Your Doctor?

    Have a peculiar pain but don’t know what to do about it? Millions turn to Google when searching for information on symptoms they are experiencing, and now... Read more

  • (Maryna Pleshkun/Shutterstock)

    Myrrh Oil: Benefits of This Holy Oil

    You may have heard of myrrh from Biblical stories, as it’s one of the precious gifts (together with gold and frankincense) offered by the three... Read more

  • (Josh Willink/Pexels)

    6 Things That Define You More Than Your Work

    “What do you do?” may be the most common follow-up question to “What is your name?” when meeting someone new. Perhaps our responses make for... 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

  • (Ocskay Bence/Shutterstock)

    12 Signs Your Body Is Not Liking the Food You’re Eating

     By Jason Christoff, Healing the Body There are many signs that the food you are putting in your body is not agreeing with you. Here are... Read more

  • Greenpeace activist Camila Speziale shows the sentence "Free the Arctic Sunrise" written on her hand after arriving at Ezeiza International Airport in Buenos Aires on December 28, 2013 following 100 days in detention in Russia -- including two months in jail -- for protesting against oil drilling in the Arctic.(Alejandro Pagni/AFP/Getty Images)

    Why Doing Good Can Do You Good

    We feel good when we do a good deed, so there must be a psychological benefit to helping others? But how can we know for... Read more

  • Over the years, smartphone screens have gotten brighter, and while that’s generally a helpful thing, it can come with a surprising side effect – temporary blindness. (AOL Screenshot)

    Two Women Became Temporarily Blind After Smartphone Use In Bed (Video)

    Over the years, smartphone screens have gotten brighter, and while that’s generally a helpful thing, it can come with a surprising side effect – temporary... Read more

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    Study: Nearly 2 Million Children in the US Suffer Sports-Related Concussions Every Year, Many Go Untreated

    Nearly 2 million children in the United States suffer sports- and recreation-related concussions (SRRCs) annually, and many of them may go untreated, according to a recent... Read more

  • (Evgeny Atamanenko/Shutterstock)

    Vitamin D Linked to Lower Body Fat in Toddlers

    Vitamin D in the first year of life may help children gain muscle mass and avoid excess body fat as toddlers, say researchers who were... Read more

  • (Kzenon/Shutterstock)

    In a Bid for the Perfect Profile Pic, Young Men Are Increasingly Turning to Steroids

    The Crime Survey for England and Wales estimates that around 60,000 people are using steroids to gain muscle, to become leaner and fitter, or to... Read more

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    Google as Your Doctor?

    Have a peculiar pain but don’t know what to do about it? Millions turn to Google when searching for information on symptoms they are experiencing, and now... Read more

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    Why Do Some Cancers Suddenly Disappear?

    It is hard to believe that some cancers miraculously disappear, but it does happen. Over 1,000 case studies document cancer sufferers who experienced spontaneous regression... Read more

  • Oxycodone pain pills prescribed for a patient with chronic pain lie on display in Norwich, Conn., on March 23, 2016. Communities nationwide are struggling with the unprecidented opioid pain pill and heroin addiction epidemic. On March 15, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) announced guidelines for doctors to reduce the amount of opioid painkillers prescribed, in an effort to curb the epidemic. The CDC estimates that most new heroin addicts first became hooked on prescription pain medication before graduating to heroin, which is stronger and cheaper. (John Moore/Getty Images)

    Higher Risk of Death With Opioids Than Other Painkillers

    Long-acting opioids have a significantly higher risk of death when compared with other medications for moderate-to-severe chronic pain. Not only did long-acting opioids increase the... Read more

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    5 Reasons Hot Dogs Should Have Warning Labels

    We put warning labels on products like cigarettes and beer because of the health problems they can cause. There are even warning labels about health... Read more

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    Electronic Cigarettes Could Have a Huge Effect on Public Health

    Tobacco still kills 6m people around the world every year. Despite huge public health efforts to help people quit and prevent young people starting, smoking... Read more

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    PCOS in Women Linked to ADHD

    Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) in women is linked to ADHD and an increased risk of autism in children. A study examined the link between ADHD... Read more

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    Why Intelligent People Are Happier Spending Time Alone

    Are you happier when you spend less time with people and more time working toward some type of goal? According to a study on happiness that was recently published in... Read more

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    Most Adults on Prescribed Opioid Painkillers Keep Leftover Pills for Future Use, Share Drugs With Others

    More than half of adults who are prescribed opioid painkillers save their left over pills for future use and may eventually share them with others, a... Read more

  • A woman displays a box of pills for her asthma and high blood pressure condition in New York City on Oct. 12, 2004. (Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

    Combating the Overmedication of Seniors

    VICTORIA, B.C.—Working aggressively to reduce their daily medication burden may be the single best thing we can do to improve the quality of life of... Read more

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    ‘Obamacare’ Enrollees Face Huge Premium Hikes in 2017

    Insurance companies are not known for their optimism, especially when it comes to health. But those that were too optimistic were caught off guard when... Read more

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    How the Weather Can Affect Your Mood

    Weather can be sunny, stormy, dreary or unpredictable but then so, too, can your mood. The way you feel on any given day may actually... Read more

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    Stress Exposure During Pregnancy Observed in Mothers of Children With Autism

    Stress during pregnancy has been linked to several conditions, including some instances of autism spectrum disorder. Now, researchers at the University of Missouri School of... Read more

  • FILE - This is a Sunday, Aug. 2, 2015 file photo of Walter Martin as he prepares a coffee in his coffee shop in the colonial district of Old San Juan, Puerto Rico.  The World Health Organization's research arm has downgraded its classification of coffee as a possible carcinogen, declaring there isn't enough proof to show a link to cancer. But the International Agency for Research on Cancer, or IARC, also announced in a report published on Wednesday June 15, 2016 that drinking "very hot" beverages of any kind could potentially raise the cancer risk. (AP Photo/Ricardo Arduengo, File)

    UN: Coffee No Longer Deemed Possible Carcinogen

    LONDON—The World Health Organization’s research arm has downgraded its classification of coffee as a possible carcinogen, declaring there isn’t enough proof to show a link... Read more

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    To Combat Obesity, FDA Approves Tube That Drains Food From the Stomach

    A new weight-loss device that will drain up to one-third of a person’s recently-eaten meal directly out of their stomach through a tube, was approved by... Read more

  • Butter and cheese are good sources of vitamin A. Beef liver is another very good source. (Gamzova Olga/Shutterstock)

    What You Need to Know About Vitamin A

    Vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin that is also a powerful antioxidant. Vitamin A—like all antioxidants—is involved in reducing inflammation through fighting free radical damage. Consuming a diet... Read more

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    Study: Chewing Gum No Good for Weight Loss

    Chewing gum has been suggested as a simple tool to help you reduce food cravings and eat less, ultimately helping with weight loss. There is... Read more

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    Autophagy — How Your Body Detoxifies and Repairs Itself

    While there are many different ways to rid your body of accumulated toxins, from detoxifying foods and chemical and/or natural detox agents to saunas, a biological... Read more

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    Flourless Gluten-Free Pancakes

    Yes, you heard right—just two whole-food ingredients. We can’t get over how simple and healthy these are. A protein, fiber, potassium, nutrient-rich powerhouse of a... Read more

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    The Red Juice Trend Is Hot This Summer

    With the arrival of summer’s hot temperatures, a desire for the cooling quality that fresh juices bring to the body is stronger than ever. While the earthy-flavored green juices tend to... Read more

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    Strength Exercises for Children

    Using body weight to build strong muscles not only has numerous benefits, but can also be done anytime, anywhere. Practice these three fun movements to build strength... Read more

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    A High-Fiber Diet Helps Boost Weight Loss

    In today’s world it’s harder than ever to keep your weight under control, as evidenced by the fact that two-thirds of American adults and one-third... Read more

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    Vitamin B3 Protects Against Skin Cancer

    A good intake of vitamin B3, which is found in fish, meats, seeds and nuts – especially peanuts – may help to protect you from skin... Read more

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    The 21 Best Low-Carb Vegetables

    Vegetables are low in calories but rich in vitamins, minerals, and other important nutrients. In addition, many are low in carbs and high in fiber, making them... Read more

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    Rehydrating With Soda on a Hot Day May Worsen Dehydration

    Repeated heat-related dehydration has been associated with increased risk of chronic kidney damage in mice. A new study in rats published in the American Journal of... Read more

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    High-Energy Exercises for Children

    Are your kids home for the summer? Here are three fun high-energy exercises that can be done at home, at the beach, or on the... Read more

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    Vegan Versions of Classic European Recipes

    Let’s face it: Europeans are usually pretty uptight about their traditional foods. Pineapple on a pizza? Ha! An Italian will laugh you out of the... Read more

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    12 Things That Make You Gain Belly Fat

    Excess belly fat is extremely unhealthy. It’s a risk factor for diseases like metabolic syndrome, type 2 diabetes, heart disease and cancer. The medical term... Read more

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    Worried About Arsenic in Your Baby’s Rice Cereal?

    Last month, the FDA proposed setting a limit of 100 parts per billion for inorganic arsenic in infant rice cereal. This proposal came after FDA... Read more

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    6 Foods That Will Wreck Your Metabolism

    There is nothing worse than starting an exercise program to burn fat, making some good diet changes, but still not seeing the results you want to... Read more

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    Partner Exercises: Show Kids Why It’s Cool to Move

    An active lifestyle and proper nutrition is essential for physical growth, as well as social, emotional, and intellectual development.  With childhood obesity rates on the... Read more

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    How Avocado Can Help with Weight Management

    Eliminating grain carbs is one of the best and easiest ways to normalize your weight and support your health, but when you cut down on... Read more

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    Suffering From Back, Hip, or Knee Pain?

    America’s butt obsession has reached a fever pitch in recent years. However, we often ignore the most fundamental aspect of this anatomy: structure and support... Read more

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    Eating Blueberries Can Help Improve Night Vision

    By Jonathan Benson, contributing writer to Natural News  The health benefits of blueberries are seemingly endless, and among these are improved eyesight, particularly at night. Multiple... Read more

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    Fitness Trackers: Should You Get One?

    Spring is here and with the warm weather comes new motivation to get fit. If you’ve been looking at fitness trackers and are still not... 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

  • (Adamlee01/Shutterstock)

    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

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    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

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    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

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    Here’s Why Your Ears Ring According to Chinese Medicine

    Earlier this month, I caught a head cold. It was the kind of cold where my nose ran continually, to the point that I felt like... 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

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    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

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    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

  • (GreenArt Photography/Shutterstock)

    Lemon Balm Tea – Helps To Lower Your Blood Pressure

    Lemon balm is an aromatic herb whose leaves contain a variety of aromatic essential oils. It has been used since ancient times for its soothing,... Read more

  • (Maryna Pleshkun/Shutterstock)

    Myrrh Oil: Benefits of This Holy Oil

    You may have heard of myrrh from Biblical stories, as it’s one of the precious gifts (together with gold and frankincense) offered by the three... Read more

  • (Josh Willink/Pexels)

    6 Things That Define You More Than Your Work

    “What do you do?” may be the most common follow-up question to “What is your name?” when meeting someone new. Perhaps our responses make for... Read more

  • (Antonio Guillem/Shutterstock)

    7 Things Better Than Drugs for Health and Healing

    Natural medicine is an amazing field, full of inspiring stories and an ever-accumulating body of scientific research to support its increasingly popular view of health... Read more

  • (Matt Montgomery/Unsplash)

    The Herb That Shows Promise Against Heart Disease

    Few people give their heart and vascular system much consideration until something goes wrong. But the circulatory system, which comprises the heart, lungs, arteries and... Read more

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    Argan Oil: A Moisturizer so Pure You Could Drink It

    Argania Spinosa – The botanical name of the Argan Tree which is endemic to Morocco. The Argan forest is confined almost exclusively to the semi... Read more

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    6 Reasons to Love the Herb Peppermint

    For most people the mention of mint conjures thoughts of candy canes and chewing gum, but the many uses of fragrant and versatile mint extend... Read more

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    The Best Teas for Your Health Problem

    Recently I participated in a guided meditation in which I was advised to visualize myself doing something that makes me happy. At the end of... Read more

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    How to Plant a Fall Vegetable Garden

    By Susan Grimes, Organic Lifestyle Magazine In the midst of summer fun, those who love garden fresh greens for months to come will take the time... Read more

  • (Krzysztof Slusarczyk/Shutterstock)

    Your Medicine is in Your Pantry

    Food has been the medicine of humanity since the dawn of time. Many herbs that we associate only with seasoning our food are, in fact,... Read more

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    Raspberry Leaf Helps Keep Moms Strong Before and After Pregnancy

    Who can resist a ripe raspberry? Fresh off the bush or plucked from a small, yet pricey container, raspberries are a healthy and luxurious indulgence... Read more

  • (Olivier Morin/AFP/Getty Images)

    Want to Live Forever? Have Some More of This Delicious Herb

    By J. D. Heyes, contributing writer to Natural News Researchers believe that a staple food in the Mediterranean diet could be the secret to living a full... Read more

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    Coconut Water: A New Alzheimer’s Disease Treatment?

    Unlike conventional drug treatments for Alzheimer’s disease, coconut oil and water may help resolve some of the root causes of neurodegenerative conditions.  Have you ever... Read more

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    Science or Snake Oil: Can a Detox Actually Cleanse Your Liver?

    The human adult liver weighs about one-and-a-half kilograms, making it one of the largest organs in the body. It is responsible for a range of... Read more

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    21 Incredible Benefits From Ashwagandha: For Anxiety, Cancer, Fertility, Opioid Withdrawal, and More

    Over the past 50 years, ashwagandha has gone from relative obscurity to become a popular supplement in the West. But in its native habitat (India,... Read more

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    Dandelion Root Far More Effective in Fighting Cancer Cells Than Chemotherapy

    By J. D. Heyes, contributing writer to Natural News A so-called “weed” growing right in your front and back yards could hold the key to being... Read more

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    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

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    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

  • (Brent Hofacker/Shutterstock)

    The GAPS Diet & Histamine Intolerance

    Histamine intolerance is a growing concern today, and awareness is slowly growing amongst practitioners. The GAPS™ Protocol is a digestive healing protocol that does wonders... Read more

  • (Youtube/Health Info talk)

    7 Surprising Reasons You May Be Losing Hair

    Hair loss is surprisingly common – and not just among men. Women can also lose their hair, which can be very noticeable. While most people... Read more

  • (STUDIO GRAND OUEST/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

  • (Africa Studio/Sutterstock)

    Recovering From Grief, One Color at a Time

    Guilt, anger, despair, a sense of injustice, and a river of tears: These are some of the emotions that can haunt someone who has suffered... Read more

  • (Alena Ozerova/Shutterstock)

    5 Foods for the Summer Season That Cool, Nourish, and Detoxify

    By Carrie Ciula, Organic Lifestyle Magazine Watermelon The cooling qualities of watermelon make it wonderful for a quick and easy summer detox staple. Add the delicious... Read more

  • (Angela Waye/Shutterstock)

    5 Ways to Beat Your Sugar Addiction

    Here are the top ways to reduce sugar cravings. There are really four main steps. You need to get more fiber, more protein, more healthy... Read more

  • (EpicStockMedia/Shutterstock)

    Tips to Prevent and Get Rid of Bloating

    Summer bathing suit season is here, and this time of year we want to look and feel our best—which means good digestion and no bloating... Read more

  • (Luke Michael/Unsplash)

    50 Best Foods to Eat for an Underactive Thyroid

    Correct diet for your thyroid can offer many benefits like reducing the risk of hypothyroidism, which can lead to numerous health complications. But what foods... Read more

  • (Dejan Stanic Micko/Shutterstock)

    Intense Exercise Prevents and Treats Diabetes

    A review of the world’s literature shows that high-intensity exercise, particularly interval training, causes greater reduction in HbA1c in diabetics than less intense exercise. HbA1c... Read more

  • (Julia Caesar/Unsplash)

    8 Techniques to Reduce Stress (Infographic)

    It is highly likely that you will experience the feeling of stress, most notably in moments where it is unwelcome. Rather than letting it get... Read more

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    6 All-Natural Ways to Get Whiter Teeth

    Having great teeth is very important in our culture today. Do you have yellow or discolored teeth? The sad truth is some people, no matter... Read more

  • (Dziurek/Shutterstock)

    Best Diaper Changing Technique for Newborns to Reduce Colic

    I’ll never forget the moment, sitting there in a post-graduate seminar in Chicago, when I realized that as a chiropractor I had been really, really... Read more

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    8 Top Home Remedies for Gastritis

    If you haven’t heard of gastritis, it is when inflammation occurs within the lining of the stomach. Common gastritis symptoms may include upper abdominal pain, nausea and indigestion. When... Read more

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    How to Recover From a Workout Faster and Stronger

    If you want to make a muscle stronger, you have to exercise it intensely enough to damage the muscle fibers and when they heal, they... Read more

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