The Swan Pilates Pilates is a practice that uses mindfulness, breath, and intelligent movement to balance and strengthen your body. At The Swan, Pilates is...
Are You Married to Your Opposite?
A frequently cited statistic—that nearly half of marriages end in divorce in the United States—has an emotional pull on the intuitions of many, says scholarly... Read more
BC Chiropractor Inspiring Patients to Contribute Food to ‘One Tonne Challenge’
A Vancouver chiropractor has kicked off a food drive to help the Greater Vancouver Food Bank Society. The goal is to donate one metric tonne—1,000... Read more
A Safe Space to Play with Color
In our age of e-books, old fashioned print sales are suddenly on the rise again. One big reason is adult coloring books. According to a recent... Read more
What Does Our Attention Span Mean?
Coming back to work after a holiday break presents many challenges. We need to reset our circadian rhythms to get up early, remember the password... Read more
Living With People They Bite, Zika Mosquitoes Hard to Fight
SAVANNAH, Ga.—The mosquitoes that spread the Zika virus are among the hardest species to fight because they live and breed in tub drains, dog bowls,... Read more
FDA Loophole Allows Unlabeled and Possibly Dangerous Chemicals in Food
Since 1958, the FDA has allowed ingredients in foods without requiring a lengthy approval process for them. Food companies and their suppliers have never had... Read more
What Is Microcephaly and What Is Its Relationship to Zika Virus?
Last week the World Health Organization (WHO) declared Zika virus a public health emergency of international concern. Despite high rates of infection, the outbreak would not... Read more
The Types of Dementia You Rarely Hear About (Infographic)
While someone is diagnosed with dementia every four seconds, that doesn’t mean that each person is being diagnosed with the same exact type of the disease... Read more
It’s Not All in Your Head
We often hear about public health crises related to poor diet, lack of exercise, and smoking. But what about chronic stress? Canadian physician Gabor Maté... Read more
Did Calling Zika a Public Health Emergency Jump the Gun?
Margaret Chan, director-general of the World Health Organization (WHO), has declared Zika virus “a public health emergency of international concern,” saying the the 2016 outbreak... Read more
17,000 Opioid Deaths a Year? Don’t Blame the Patients
More than 17,000 people are dying every year in the United States from opioid overdoses. Emergency room admissions for opioids other than heroin leaped from 299,000... Read more
Johnson & Johnson, ViaCyte Testing Possible Diabetes Cure
Johnson & Johnson, continuing its long quest for a Type 1 diabetes cure, is joining forces with biotech company ViaCyte to speed development of the... Read more
Man’s Best Friend Can Save Your Life From Cancer! Dogs Detect Cancer With 90 Percent Accuracy
By David Gutierrez, contributing writer to Natural News The future of cancer screening may not be in expensive, invasive tests, but simply in having dogs sniff... Read more
Zika Case in Texas Sparks Questions About Sex and Mosquito Germs
NEW YORK—A sexually transmitted case of Zika in Texas has scientists scrambling to understand how much of a risk infection through sex is for the... Read more
Zika Affects Plans for Destination Weddings, Babymoons
Some travelers are trading in Caribbean and Latin American vacations for ski trips and Hawaii as they rethink destination weddings, babymoons and other getaways in... Read more
Ketamine, Onetime Party Drug, May Be ‘Miracle’ Cure for Severe Depression
A onetime party drug, ketamine, is being tested by researchers at the National Institutes of Health as a treatment for severe depression and has been... Read more