CDC Concerned About Pace of Monkeypox ‘Developing Worldwide’ Among Gay and Bisexual Men
New Behavioral Vaccines Raise Unsettling Questions
Government and drug makers are looking to treat drug addiction with vaccines
05-24-2022
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CDC Concerned About Pace of Monkeypox ‘Developing Worldwide’ Among Gay and Bisexual Men
Foods Can Take on Different Forms (And Impact Your Nutrition)
Perhaps you don't give much thought to your morning bowl of oatmeal, lunch turkey and cheese sandwich, and dinner pasta. It all seems healthy, right? Well, research is making it ...
05-24-2022
Avoiding Adult Exposure to Phthalates
Avoiding Adult Exposure to Phthalates
Eating a plant-based diet and avoiding scented personal care products and certain children’s and adult toys can reduce exposure to hormone-disrupting chemicals.
05-21-2022
Air Fryer Falafel
Air Fryer Falafel
Air fryers have become a staple cooking appliance in households across the country. You can use these tiny convection ovens to cook everything from wings and chips to bacon and cookies. But air fryers can make more than your ...
05-22-2022
Is Fiber an Effective Anti-Inflammatory?
Is Fiber an Effective Anti-Inflammatory?
“Hippocrates, the father of western medicine, believed that all disease begins in the gut.” Of course, he also thought women were hysterical because of their “wandering uterus.” So much for ...
05-16-2022
CDC Concerned About Pace of Monkeypox ‘Developing Worldwide’ Among Gay and Bisexual Men
CDC Concerned About Pace of Monkeypox ‘Developing Worldwide’ Among Gay and Bisexual Men
CDC Concerned About Pace of Monkeypox ‘Developing Worldwide’ Among Gay and Bisexual Men
CDC Concerned About Pace of Monkeypox ‘Developing Worldwide’ Among Gay and Bisexual Men
CDC Concerned About Pace of Monkeypox ‘Developing Worldwide’ Among Gay and Bisexual Men
Forest Bathing Relieves Stress, Fights Cancer, Strengthens Immunity
Forest Bathing Relieves Stress, Fights Cancer, Strengthens Immunity
“Forest bathing” has become a popular leisure activity, and is also a field of study for medical doctors. In Japan, there is the “Japanese Society of Forest Medicine” and “Forest Therapy Society” dedicated to promoting the medical applications of forests and advocating the various health benefits of forest bathing. Scientists have discovered that when people are close to the forest, their mood becomes relaxed, their stress reduced, their blood pressure and heart rate will be lowered, and more importantly, their immunity will be strengthened. Therefore, regular forest bathing not only prevents diseases, but also has the effect of healing them. ...
Reclaim Your Kids From Screens So They’ll Find Joy in Real-life Activities Again
Reclaim Your Kids From Screens So They’ll Find Joy in Real-life Activities Again
  “I don’t know how to explain it, but something is wrong with my son,” one mother told me, fighting back her tears. “He’s a good student, he does his ...
05-24-2022
You Can Train Your Body to Think It’s Had Medicine
You Can Train Your Body to Think It’s Had Medicine
Researchers reveal the potential of harnessing the mind to reduce side-effects and slash drug costs
05-23-2022
The Challenge of Doing Hard Challenges
The Challenge of Doing Hard Challenges
This year, I’m doing a series of 40-day discomfort challenges, as a way to continue my training in falling in love with discomfort and uncertainty. It’s a training I’ve been ...
05-23-2022
Fasting for Autoimmune Diseases
Fasting for Autoimmune Diseases
The strongest evidence of the benefits of fasting surrounds the treatment of an autoimmune joint disease known as rheumatoid arthritis, as I detailed in my last video. There was a ...
05-23-2022
5 Ways to Deal With Despair
5 Ways to Deal With Despair
Our reactions to hard times are what define us as a person
05-23-2022
A Guide for Healthy Eyes
A Guide for Healthy Eyes
Eye health can seem a little basic at times. Sure, you shouldn’t stare directly into the sun, but is that really it? Of course not. Your eyes, just like the ...
05-23-2022
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‘That’s Just Part of Aging’: Long Covid Symptoms Are Often Overlooked in Seniors
‘That’s Just Part of Aging’: Long Covid Symptoms Are Often Overlooked in Seniors
Nearly 18 months after getting covid-19 and spending weeks in the hospital, Terry Bell struggles with hanging up his shirts and pants after doing the laundry. Lifting his clothes, raising ...
05-24-2022
When You Use Food to Check out on Feelings
When You Use Food to Check out on Feelings
Most of us have heard the term “freshman 15,” referring to the 15 pounds many college students put on in their first year away from home. But a similar phenomenon ...
05-24-2022
Obesity: It’s Not Just for Mid-Life Anymore
Obesity: It’s Not Just for Mid-Life Anymore
No matter what time you set on your alarm clock, you keep pounding the snooze button until 8:30 every morning. Barreling out of bed in a panic, you hit the ...
05-23-2022
Better School Lunches Blunt U.S. Kids’ Weight Gain
Better School Lunches Blunt U.S. Kids’ Weight Gain
America's kids have a weight problem, but regulations that boosted the nutritional standards for school meals may have helped slowed down weight gain among low-income students, a new study finds. ...
05-23-2022
Toxic Mold Illness 101
Toxic Mold Illness 101
Ask a doctor: What are the health effects of living or working in water-damaged buildings?
05-23-2022
Experts: Monkeypox Pandemic in Europe and North America May Have a New Mode of Transmission
Experts: Monkeypox Pandemic in Europe and North America May Have a New Mode of Transmission
Recently, as the COVID-19 pandemic seems to be coming to an end in Europe and the United States, another infectious disease has emerged. Dozens of confirmed or suspected cases of ...
05-21-2022