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  • Anemia Linked to Hearing Loss
    1/28/2017
    Hearing loss is a very common problem, and not just among the elderly. Now it would seem there are other causes as well. New research suggests that one of these contributing factors might be something you’d never suspect: iron deficiency anemia.
  • Processed Meats Aggravate Asthma  | Natural Health Blog
    1/26/2017
    Most know processed meats are linked to cancer, heart disease, Type 2 diabetes, and early mortality. And now, new research has discovered another health issue to which processed meats probably contribute: a worsening of asthma symptoms.
  • Health Benefits of Meditation | Natural Health Blog
    1/24/2017
    A study found that when people focus on the task or situation at hand, be it driving, doing dishes, or studying history, their happiness level is at the highest.
  • Heath Benefits of Weekend Warriors | Health Blog
    1/21/2017
    According to recent research, weekend warriors really do get some of the same benefits as those who exercise every day.
  • 5 Ways To Reduce Health Risks of Traffic Noise | Natural Health Blog
    1/19/2017
    Check out the list of 5 things you can do to counter traffic noise, and find out the four ways noisy traffic can undermine your well-being.
  • Single Dads Have More Health Problems | Health Blog
    1/17/2017
    New research suggests that fathers raising their children alone are at higher risk for health problems than their peers who have a partner to share the family responsibilities.
  • Women Need Strength Training Exercise | Health Blog
    1/14/2017
    For 2017, find out why every woman should be doing strength training as part of their daily exercise regime.
  • Price Perception of Eating Healthy | Natural Health Blog
    1/12/2017
    Many of us have a perception that healthier food is more expensive, and that unconsciously impacts our buying habits. But, as it turns out, that underlying perception may be wrong.
  • Four Ways to Preserve Refrigerated Food | Natural Health Blog
    1/10/2017
    Consumers throw out more than 25 percent of the produce they buy! Instead of letting it spoil, preserve your comestibles by trying these little-known tricks that really do work.
  • Mortality Rates Based on City Location | Natural Health Blog
    1/7/2017
    Most neighborhoods have distinctive mortality patterns, and high-priced neighborhoods typically have lower overall death rates than poorer regions.
  • Running Does Not Damage Your Knees? | Natural Health Blog
    1/5/2017
    New research suggests that not only is it possible that running doesn’t harm your knees, it’s possible that it actually might be beneficial.
  • 8 Ways To Avoid Colds & Flu | Natural Health Blog
    1/3/2017
    We have 8 tried-and-true methods of avoiding colds! Read on for some natural ways to prevent a cold or flu virus from getting the best of you.
  • Bikini Waxing & STD Health Concerns | Health Blog
    12/31/2016
    According to new research, there might be a link between pubic hair grooming and sexually transmitted infections.
  • Celebrity Chefs Not Sanitary | Natural Health Blog
    12/28/2016
    New research suggests that some of the actions of these chefs might be nothing short of unsanitary.
  • Dangers of Sleepy Driving | Natural Health Blog
    12/26/2016
    Our risk of being involved in a car crash is almost double when we miss as little as one hour of sleep at night.
  • How to Avoid Accidents During the Holidays
    12/22/2016
    The holiday season incurs certain risks for which we pay the consequences that we might not be aware of. Find out how to stay safe!
  • Some Benefits of Hallucinogenic Drugs | Health Blog
    12/21/2016
    In the past few years, multiple studies on hallucinogenic drugs have been initiated to alleviate PTSD symptoms, to manage chronic headaches, to help smokers and drinkers quit, and more.
  • Younger People Having Strokes | Health Blog
    12/19/2016
    Bad news: research shows that the average age of occurrence for a first stroke has recently been getting younger.
  • Boost Memory While You Sleep
    12/19/2016
    New sleep studies are being released about 'sleep programming' or 'sleep learning', to improve memory and boost productivity. But could this lack of deep sleep and rest be dangerous to your overall health?
  • White Wine Increases Melanoma Risks | Health Blog
    12/17/2016
    New research suggests there is an association between white wine consumption and melanoma.
  • 4 Tips for Avoiding Holiday Weight Gain | Health Blog
    12/15/2016
    Read on for some easy ways to navigate the holidays and still have clothes that fit.
  • TV Harms Your Fertility | Health Blog
    12/13/2016
    Home entertainment options nowadays make just about everything accessible on our televisions. Between on-demand cable services, subscriptions to Netflix and Hulu, and DVR recorders, we can watch almost anything our hearts desire for hours on end. And sometimes, that may be just what you’re in the mood to do after a long day at work or on a rainy Saturday afternoon. Of course you’re aware that binge watching TV isn’t the healthiest of activities in general, but now there’s a specific reason that you probably haven’t thought of.
  • Importance of Sunlight in the Winter | Health Blog
    12/9/2016
    The days are getting shorter and most of us are not leaving work this time of year until it’s completely dark outside. If you don’t make it outdoors at lunchtime, you may barely see any sunlight during the week. The very thought of it is depressing. But even if you don’t have any type of mood disorder, seeing the sun is important on a daily basis. In fact, new research suggests it might be a key element to safeguarding your happiness through the winter months.
  • Focused Shopping to Buy Healthier Options | Health Blog
    12/7/2016
    For most of us, this is a particularly hectic time of year. You may be busy wrapping up things at work so you can take a few days off around the holidays, attending parties and celebrations of all kinds, and planning visits with friends and family members. Let’s not forget shopping either, which can take a big bite out of both your time and your wallet whether you are looking to purchase gifts or preparing for a holiday meal at your home. But a word to the wise: you might want to consider skipping the cell phone calls while doing your shopping.
  • How To Avoid Expensive ER Bills | Health Blog
    12/5/2016
    No matter how healthy we are, none of us is completely immune to physical problems. It’s entirely possible that we end up paying a visit to a hospital emergency room at some point in our lives, whether it’s due to a car accident, a slip on the stairs that leads to a potentially broken bone, or an unidentified abdominal pain in the middle of the night that could be appendicitis. In any case, most people are familiar with insurance protocols and would know what hospital to visit if given a choice to make sure that it is covered under their plan.

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