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  • Health Benefits of Pumpkin | Natural Health Blog
    On October 26th, celebrate National Pumpkin Day by eating some pumpkin: its loaded with antioxidants alpha- and beta-carotene!
  • Job Stress Leads to Diabetes | Natural Health Blog
    These are tough times that we live in, financially speaking. And now, worrying over losing your job appears to be linked to diabetes.
  • Electroacupuncture and Constipation
    Some news for those with severe constipation: new research suggests that acupuncture can bring some relief to those with severe constipation.
  • Overcoming Election-Based Stress | Natural Health Blog
    Election stress? More than half of all Americans are feeling some serious strain regarding the current election season.
  • 5 Signs of Internet Addiction Disorder | Natural Health Blog
    Internet Addiction Disorder (IAD) has finally reached the status of a mental health disorder. Now the problem is acknowledged, and the growing prevalence is causing some alarm.
  • Journaling to Boost Immunity
    Numerous studies have shown that journaling can contribute to emotional health and that it even can boost physical health in myriad ways, including immune functioning.
  • Health Benefits of Meditation Vacation | Natural Health Blog
    Time for a vacation? Not only can your trip do wonders for your mental health, but new research suggests it can create actual physiological changes that benefit your physical health as well.
  • Stress Ruins Healthy Diet Benefits | Natural Health Blog
    If you focus on eating nutritious foods, you’re off to a good start, unless you have stress. New research suggests that stress might undo some of the benefits of eating well.
  • 10/7/2016
    It turns out that comfort shoes might not be all that virtuous after all. Yes, they cause less damage than sky-high heels, but at least some research points to the possibility that wearing shoes at all is not so great, plus, all that support and cushioning in the best-feeling brands comes with special hazards.
  • Hungry After Mental Strain | Health Blog
    Frequently our reaction to a hard mental workout is to eat—a lot. According to new research, countering the after effects of mental activity with some physical activity may help keep you from overindulging.
  • Prostate Cancer Treatment Not Necessary | Cancer Alternatives Blog
    New research now suggests that not having any prostate cancer treatment after receiving a positive prostate specific antigen (PSA) test might offer just as good a long-term prognosis as receiving cancer treatment.
  • Envious Personality Type | Health Blog
    A new study found that there are four basic personality types into which 90 percent of us would be classified, and the type to which most of us belong is: Envious. Find out what this means for your happiness.
  • Eat Ginger-Chili Pepper To Fight Cancer | Cancer Alternatives Blog
    Chili peppers pack a spicy punch and ginger offers an earthy, slightly sweet flavor to foods. New research suggests that when used together, the compounds that give ginger and chili peppers their unique tastes may help ward off cancer.
  • Health Benefits of Workplace Music | Natural Health Blog
    We all love music. But does it have any effect at all on busy, stressed-out working people? According to new research, it certainly does.
  • Feed a Cold, Starve a Fever Work? True? |  Natural Health Blog
    Does the adage “feed a cold, starve a fever” actually have any merit? Well, as it turns out, Mom may know best. New research suggests that we should take it seriously as it might help us fight off infections more effectively.
  • 4 Ways To Live To 100 | Natural Health Blog
    We already know eating a Mediterranean Diet can add years to life, as can exercise, but what other less celebrated factors appear to be correlated to exceptional lifespan? These four factors may surprise you.
  • Can Low Blood Pressure Cause Heart Attacks? Natural Health Blog
    We all know that high blood pressure is potentially dangerous. But now, new research suggests that when we lower blood pressure a little too much, it may also raise the risk of having a heart attack.
  • Pros and Cons of Pokemon Go | Mental Health Blog
    People walking off of cliffs, getting injured, facing arrest, even getting killed…all in pursuit of Pokemon monsters. Say what? Learn the pros and cons of this new game.
  • What Is A Healthy Breakfast? | Natural Health Blog
    September has been deemed Better Breakfast Month, so we’re here to remind you not only to start your day off with a meal (maybe), but to try to improve it nutritionally (definitely).
  • Overcoming Dentophobia: The Fear of Dentists | Health Blog
    Dental phobia is the number one phobia in the developed world. Learn more about Dentophobia and how to overcome it.
  • No Health Benefits to Venting Anger | Natural Health Blog
    Catharsis is the release of strong or repressed emotions, whether is be crying or anger, for relief. But, is it really good for your health? Find out in this article...
  • Eating Raw Nuts Reduces Inflammation | Natural Health Blog
    Most know that inflammation has been linked to a number of serious diseases. If you would like to keep inflammation at bay, new research has a culinary suggestion for you: eat more nuts.
  • Bromelain Proteolytic Enzyme For Allergies | Natural Health Blog
    With an estimated 30 percent of the population suffering from nasal allergies, you may very well be among them and searching for a non-pharmaceutical way to get some relief. Whether you deal with seasonal allergies and are dreading the upcoming hay fever season or allergies are an all-year-round misery for you, any hope for resolving your sniffling, sneezing, watery eyes, scratchy throat, stuffy nose, headaches, and other awful symptoms sounds like a dream come true.
  • Latinos Live Longer | Health Blog
    If you’re of Latino heritage, you can consider yourself lucky. Aside from the rich cultural background from which you hail, you may very well have inherited good genes that add to your health. In fact, new research suggests that your ethnicity may even result in a slower aging process.
  • Water Fluoridation Linked To Diabetes | Health Blog
    Throughout our childhoods, most of us grew up seeing advertising about the benefits of fluoride. We could only have strong, healthy teeth if we brushed several times a day with a fluoride toothpaste. But now that we’re adults, some of us are aware that supplementing with fluoride might do much more harm than good. And a big part of the problem lies in the “other” sources of fluoride beyond our toothpaste.