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  • Blood Pressure Guidelines Revamped | Natural Health Blog
    12/31/2013
    The recommendations for hypertension treatment have been questioned by a committee of scientists who just completed a five-year study of the guidelines currently in use.
  • A Fitness and Exercise Routine May Lower the Risk of Kidney Stones | Natural Health Blog
    12/28/2013
    Walking for approximately three hours per week or jogging for just an hour a week may lower the chance of kidney stones forming by as much as 31 percent.
  • Watching the News Causes Stress and Anxiety | Natural Health Blog
    12/26/2013
    It seems that merely viewing traumatic stories on the news for too long can actually produce more stress in individuals than if had they been at the scene of the incident themselves.
  • Taking Photos Decreases Memory While Learning About Photography Aids in Natural Anti Aging | Natural Health Blog
    12/21/2013
    Two new studies just published in Psychological Science reveal that taking photos dims our memory of those very things we are trying to record.
  • Biological Differences Between Men and Women | Natural Health Blog
    12/19/2013
    Researchers have discovered that brain scans taken of children and young adults are different depending on the gender of the individual.
  • Hispanic Teenagers Who Identify With Their Heritage Have a Better Body Image
    12/17/2013
    According to research, Hispanic girls who express pride in their ethnicity have a much more positive attitude about their appearance than their peers who are not as strongly connected to their background.
  • Smart Bras Promote Natural Weight Loss by Controling Emotional Eating | Natural Health Blog
    12/14/2013
    It seems that researchers at Microsoft have developed a bra to help women control emotional eating by measuring their moods.
  • Many Medications Are Dangerously High in Sodium Content | Natural Health Blog
    12/12/2013
    New research has found that a number of common medicines are so high in sodium that they can markedly increase a user's risk of having a stroke or dying.
  • Inconsistent Parents Negatively Impact Their Children's Health | Natural Health Blog
    12/10/2013
    Parents who set strict boundaries as to what is appropriate behavior for their children tend to have kids who are thinner than their peers with parents who are less consistent.
  • 12/7/2013
    Recently, a study critical of GMO corn and Round-Up was retracted under dubious circumstances--and it looks like Monsanto was involved.
  • 12/5/2013
    New research has found that the use of oral contraceptives may raise the risk of developing glaucoma as a woman ages.
  • 12/3/2013
    Regularly consuming nuts may offer some protection from cardiovascular disease and certain cancers and make you less likely to die early.
  • 11/30/2013
    Scientists from the Harvard Medical School have concluded that milk does not necessarily help girls resist bone problems later on. And it might lead to a heightened risk of hip fractures in men.
  • 11/28/2013
    Adults who drink more than two sodas daily face a greater chance of showing early signs of kidney damage.
  • 11/26/2013
    New research has found that depression can be eased significantly in teens by having them do something we should all be doing daily: exercising.
  • Preventing Cancer by Not Frying, Baking, and Roasting Foods
    11/23/2013
    The darker and crispier you cook your potatoes, the more likely it is that they'll be laden with a carcinogenic chemical called acrylamide.
  • Building a Healthy Immune System With Less Antibiotics
    11/21/2013
    According to Dr. Arjun Srinivasan, Associate Director of the CDC, we have reached "the end of antibiotics, period. We're in the post-antibiotic era.
  • 11/19/2013
    A recent study found that there are functional variations in the brains of fibromyalgia patients that influence the physical manifestations of the condition.
  • 11/16/2013
    A recent study has found that hospital patients exposed to the lowest levels of light during the day reported more pain and increased depression, as well as elevated stress and anxiety, compared to patients in more brightly lit rooms.
  • 11/14/2013
    It appears that sunshine affects children's health: sunny areas may have a lower rate of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) than areas with less regular sunshine do.
  • 11/12/2013
    In addition to all the other ways smoking is bad for you, now there is new evidence linking smoking to the premature aging of facial skin, and can reduce the effectiveness of natural anti aging solutions.
  • 11/9/2013
    It seems the choices we make at a meal may be much more highly influenced by the choices of our dining companions than we realize.
  • 11/7/2013
    According to the FDA, if you consume spices regularly, you’re also getting a fair dose of insect parts, rodent droppings, and maybe even salmonella.
  • Seniors Learning
    11/5/2013
    Learning a new skill is an even more effective method of preventing cognitive decline than keeping your mind active by working on crossword puzzles.
  • 11/2/2013
    According to a paper published by cardiologist Dr. Aseem Malhotra of the Croyden University Hospital in London, virtually everything the establishment has been advising about cutting fat from the diet and lowering cholesterol is wrong.

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