Over the Counter Pain Relief, Pay Attention to the Dosage Instructions

Over the Counter Pain Relief, Pay Attention to the Dosage Instructions

Fully, 33% of Americans suffer needlessly from pain,” Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum, author of “Real Cause, Real Cure,” tells us. “Statistics show that roughly 8 out of 10 of us routinely reach for OTC pain pills to relieve headaches, backaches, sore muscles, fevers, and colds. But these so-called safe medications also account for serious gastrointestinal distress, […]

Smoking Marijuana Can Be Hard on One’s Heart

Smoking Marijuana Can Be Hard on One’s Heart

Cardiologists should warn patients about the potential risks of marijuana, including its effects when paired with commonly prescribed cardiovascular medications, according to a report published Monday.  “Our review suggests that smoking marijuana carries many of the same cardiovascular health hazards as smoking tobacco,” said Dr. Muthiah Vaduganathan of Brigham and Women’s Hospital’s Heart and Vascular […]

Turning a Hotel ‘Plastic-Free’

Turning a Hotel ‘Plastic-Free’

One Thai resort shows what dedication it takes to lead the way in sustainability The tipping point for Banyan Tree Samui might have been the 213,314 plastic bottles the resort passed out to guests in 2017. Or the 42,150 plastic bags they used to haul away trash that year. Or the 176,880 meters of cling […]

Embrace the Sun

Embrace the Sun

Both ultraviolet A (UVA) and the near-infrared light spectrum increase NO. Sunlight also boosts cytochrome c oxidase, serotonin, brain-derived neurotrophic factor and other photoproducts, all of which are produced even in the Wintertime when the Sunlight is too weak to trigger vitamin D production Your body is designed to benefit from sun exposure, and if […]

Improve Your Health, Take a Sauna

Improve Your Health, Take a Sauna

When it comes to improving your health, some of the simplest strategies can have a tremendous impact. Sweating in a sauna, for example, has many great health benefits, including expelling of toxins, improving blood circulation, killing disease-causing microbes and improving mitochondrial function. The Key word here is sweating. Just because you are in the sauna doesn’t […]

Opioid Crisis: a Perfect Storm of Poverty, Trauma, Availability and Pain

Opioid Crisis: a Perfect Storm of Poverty, Trauma, Availability and Pain

In a January 2020 article in The Atlantic, “researchers … say opioid addiction looks like the result of a perfect storm of poverty, trauma, availability and pain.” Commenting on some of the research cited in that article, David Powell, senior economist at Rand, told The Atlantic that to produce the most lethal drug epidemic America has […]

Most Seniors are Taking Too Many Rx Medicines

Most Seniors are Taking Too Many Rx Medicines

The NY-T’s reports that the average person in their mid to late 60’s today is taking 15 Rx drugs a year, and that does not count the number of over-the-counter products they may be taking. That is a lot of medications, especially when you consider that a survey released by the American Association of Retired Persons […]

New Meliá Ho Tram Beach Resort Supports ‘Soap for Hope’ Program

New Meliá Ho Tram Beach Resort Supports ‘Soap for Hope’ Program

Meliá Ho Tram Beach Resort has signed up to help save lives in disadvantaged communities, create livelihoods, and shield the environment by joining soap recycling program Soap for Hope. The 17-hectare five-star resort, which celebrated its grand opening in April last year, has joined forces with hygiene and cleaning solutions company Diversey to participate in […]

Heart Disease Adds to the Risk for Kidney Failure

Heart Disease Adds to the Risk for Kidney Failure

Heart disease may increase one’s odds for kidney failure, a new study finds. “Individuals with a history of cardiovascular disease should be recognized as a high-risk population for kidney failure,” said study leader Dr. Junichi Ishigami of Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Baltimore. “Physicians should be aware of cardiovascular disease as an […]

Deaths From Alcohol Abuse 2X

Deaths From Alcohol Abuse 2X

The number of Americans dying from alcohol abuse each year has 2X’d since Y 1999, a new study reveals. Between Ys 1999 and 2017, alcohol-related deaths jumped from nearly 36,000 a year to nearly 73,000. That is about 1-M deaths lost to alcohol over less than 20 yrs, with White women experiencing the greatest annual […]

The Anam Spa Introduces Vietnamese Zodiac Spa Journeys

The Anam Spa Introduces Vietnamese Zodiac Spa Journeys

One of Vietnam’s most acclaimed resorts is ushering in 2020 in a state of zen, launching restorative spa packages tailored to guests’ birth years, zodiac signs and zodiac elements. Inspired by the Vietnamese zodiac elements of wood, fire, earth, metal and water, the Anam’s new spa therapy begins with a consultation with the resort’s ‘elements’ […]

Eggs and Heart Disease

Eggs and Heart Disease

The current controversy over consumption of eggs would push anyone over the edge. Because eggs are 1 of the richest sources of cholesterol and almost 100-M North American adults have high cholesterol, many experts warn that eating eggs can increase your risk of heart disease and heart attacks. Although most of our cholesterol is made […]

Different Diets for Different People

Different Diets for Different People

On low-carb diets, meat and cheese are OK. On low-fat diets, fruit and oatmeal are fine. And with the latest diet trend, no foods at all are allowed for long stretches of time. A diet that forbids eating for hours on end might seem doomed in a culture where food is constantly available, but apps […]

2020: What You Need to Know About the Ketogenic Diet

2020: What You Need to Know About the Ketogenic Diet

1. Overview The ketogenic or “keto” diet is a low-carb, high-fat diet designed to promote the body’s metabolism running on fats and ketones rather than carbohydrates and sugars. The ketogenic diet is designed to promote ketosis, the fat metabolism often associated with fasting 2. Some History In Y 1921 endocrinologist Rollin Woodyatt discovered ketone bodies […]

Strategies to Help Us Live Longer

Strategies to Help Us Live Longer

Supercentenarians are the rare individuals who have made it to the age of 110 and beyond. At any given time, there are only 50 to 80 supercentenarians in the world. In the US an estimated 120,000 people make it to 100, only 20 of them make it to 110 What sets them apart is that, […]

Coca-Cola (NYSE:KO) says: “No Plans to Enter Cannabis Market”

Coca-Cola (NYSE:KO) says: “No Plans to Enter Cannabis Market”

$KO, $ACB Coca-Cola Co. (NYSE:KO) has dampened speculation that it’s getting into the cannabis business. Speculation came on after a video posted to YouTube (since deleted) by a user with the screen name “Gabor the Blind Guy” showed a Coca-Cola can with a childproof lid. The man in the video says that his father is […]

What about Caffeinated Energy Drinks?

What about Caffeinated Energy Drinks?

$MON, $KO The Big Q: What about Caffeinated Energy Drinks? The Big A: Studies on energy drinks are so preliminary that there are no conclusive answers yet. But, the most intriguing suggestions are physiological. The ingredients in the energy drinks could be affecting the brain’s dopamine release, extending the initial euphoria that accompanies rising blood-alcohol […]

Americans are Becoming More and More Obese

Americans are Becoming More and More Obese

Fully 49% of American adults will be obese within a decade and 25% will be severely so, a new report predicts. It corrects for a weakness in previous estimates that may have made the problem seem not as big as it really is. Those estimates often relied on national health surveys and people tend to […]

Processed Food Increase Risk for Type 2 Diabetes

Processed Food Increase Risk for Type 2 Diabetes

Store-bought chicken nuggets, jelly donuts and energy bars may taste delicious. But a large, new study warns that the more of these and other highly processed foods you consume, the greater your risk for type 2 diabetes. Every 10% increase in the amount of “ultra-processed” food translated into a 15% increase in the risk for […]

Our Brains and Bodies Benefit from Playing

Our Brains and Bodies Benefit from Playing

Play Makes You Smarter, Kinder and Braver, and is important for the generation of well-being. The replacement of physical play with technological gadgetry has many experts worried, as research shows playing makes people smarter, braver and kinder. Dr. Stuart Brown, founder of the National Institute for Play, a nonprofit corporation is “committed to bringing the […]

Gratitude Is a Happiness Booster

Gratitude Is a Happiness Booster

It has been proven that gratitude increases happiness, so be grateful for all the things in life big and little. In 1 study, participants were divided into 3 groups and 1 group was instructed to write about things that had happened during the week they were grateful for. The 2nd group wrote about the about […]

Antibiotics are Overprescribed Nearly 50% of the Time

Antibiotics are Overprescribed Nearly 50% of the Time

When your doctor prescribes an antibiotic, there’s a 43% chance it may not be needed, a new study finds. “While there has been a lot of research looking at inappropriate prescribing, our findings suggest that we still may be underestimating the proportion of prescriptions that are inappropriate,” said lead study author Michael Ray, a researcher […]

Cannabis Use Linked to Heart Disease By Frequent Users

Cannabis Use Linked to Heart Disease By Frequent Users

Medical marijuana, which refers to the use of the whole, unprocessed marijuana plant or its extracts for medicinal purposes, has generated a lot of excitement for its potential role in treating diseases ranging from anorexia to Alzheimer’s. While the plant has impressive medicinal properties that are still being explored, emerging research also suggests that frequent cannabis […]

Ways to Deal With Jet Lag

Ways to Deal With Jet Lag

The Key to dealing with jet lag is to 1st understand why it happens. Both the underlying cause and the basic cure for jet lag are dependent upon a natural body process called the circadian rhythm. Your circadian rhythm regulates your 24-hour sleep-wake cycle. When you travel through different time zones, your circadian rhythm gets […]

CBD Oil is Not a Dietary Supplement, Fed Cracks Down

CBD Oil is Not a Dietary Supplement, Fed Cracks Down

CBD Excluded From FDA’s Dietary Supplement Definition According to the FDA’s consumer update, dated 25 November 2019, there is a lack of scientific information supporting the safety of CBD in food, stressing that:“It is currently illegal to market CBD by adding it to a food or labeling it as a dietary supplement.” In short, CBD […]

Heavy Marijuana Use is Risky

Heavy Marijuana Use is Risky

Heavy marijuana users are nearly 2X more likely to have a heart attack after common types of surgeries as those who do not use the drug, a new study shows. “While cannabis is often purported as being safe or benign, we don’t fully understand the health implications of this drug, particularly in heavy users,” said […]

BPA in People’s Bodies is Much Higher than Thought, Steer Clear of Food Products in Plastic Containers

BPA in People’s Bodies is Much Higher than Thought, Steer Clear of Food Products in Plastic Containers

Levels of the widely used chemical bisphenol A (BPA) in people’s bodies are much higher than thought, according to scientists who say they’ve created a more accurate way to measure them. BPA is used in many plastic products, including food and drink containers, and animal studies have shown that it can interfere with hormones. Exposure […]

We Can Train Our Brain to do Just About Anything, So Do Not Forget to Exercise, Take the Test!

We Can Train Our Brain to do Just About Anything, So Do Not Forget to Exercise, Take the Test!

 You cannot exercise away a poor diet, you must eat Real food too! This is important, check it out! Results from a new study, shared in the video above demonstrates the importance of exercise and movement to your health. Exercise may be one of the best preventive strategies against common chronic ailments, including heart disease […]

New Year’s Resolution: Eat REAL Food

New Year’s Resolution: Eat REAL Food

More Than Half of All Americans Are Chronically Ill The cost of health care in the US has increased over the past year accounting for 17% of GDP. But even though the US spends more than $3-T on health care each year, it is the worst performing system ranked by multiple aspects of healthcare. The […]

Daily Meditation: the Path to Happier, Healthier Life

Daily Meditation: the Path to Happier, Healthier Life

There is growing evidence revealing that meditation can make us healthier and happier. For example, brain imaging technology suggests meditation actually changes the human brain in a number of beneficial ways. MRI scans have shown that long-term meditation can alter the structure of the cerebral cortex. Additionally, brain regions associated with attention and sensory processing […]

Drink Good Water Cold!

Drink Good Water Cold!

70% of the Earth is water, 60% of our body is water, and water along with sleep is another thing we take for granted. Drinking water is 1 of the easiest ways to speed up digestion, burn calories, and improve metabolism. The recommended minimum is 8 glasses a day, but drinking more definitely does not […]

Meditate Daily

Meditate Daily

Dawson Church recently published a new book with the self-explanatory title, “Mind to Matter: The Astonishing Science of How Your Brain Creates Material Reality.” “I was one of those people who was very focused on the effects of energy therapies in the physical body. I did the first triple-lined, randomized control trial showing how EFT […]

Giving Thanks is Good

Giving Thanks is Good

Gratitude involves affirming the good in your life and recognizing its sources. It is the understanding that life owes you nothing, and that the good things in your life are gifts that cannot be taken for granted. Focusing on gratitude has become a growing trend in recent years, and for good reason. There is a […]

Exercise Protects the Heart from Injury

Exercise Protects the Heart from Injury

Exercise decreases heart attack risk as well as protects the heart in the event that a heart attack takes place. For many years, physicians have been attempting to analyze how this 2nd exercise benefit functions, with the purpose of discovering methods of protecting the heart following a heart attack. Scientists have determined the heart’s capability […]

San Miguel de Allende Draws Creative Visionaries From Around the World

San Miguel de Allende Draws Creative Visionaries From Around the World

Some call it an energy vortex… “You need to go behind the closed doors, peek inside the court-yards in San Miguel de Allende,” said Bertha González Nieves, the co-founder of Casa Dragones, a luxury, small-batch tequila company she started with media veteran Bob Pittman in Y 2008. “Here, everything goes back deep.” Ms. González was […]

Wildfire Smoke Blankets Sydney, Residents Warned: “stay inside”

Wildfire Smoke Blankets Sydney, Residents Warned:  “stay inside”

Heavy winds stirred dozens of wildfires across Australia’s east coast on Tuesday, blanketing Sydney in hazardous smoke and prompting health warnings for the country’s most populous city. Wildfires have destroyed about 2.5-M acres of farmland and bush over the past couple of weeks, fueled by tinder-dry conditions after 3 years of drought. Strong winds fanned […]

Feeding Your Spirit

Feeding Your Spirit

HOW NATURE IS THE GREAT HEALER, BEING SURROUNDED BY PLANTS IS AS BENEFICIAL AS EATING THEM In October of last year, when the 1st bite of Fall entered the air and New York City began to sport an autumnal glow, I left my noisy, crowded urban home of a decade and headed south. My destination […]

The New Science of Sleep and Dreams (Video)

The New Science of Sleep and Dreams (Video)

In this featured video, professor Matthew Walker, PhD., founder and director of the University of California Berkeley’s Center for Human Sleep Science and author of the book “Why We Sleep: The New Science of Sleep and Dreams,” shares the latest discoveries about sleep and how it impacts virtually every area of our physical and mental […]

Smart Coffee Drinking

Smart Coffee Drinking

The Big Q: Do you reach for a cup as soon as you wake in the morning? The Big A: If you do, well that is doing it wrong. According to science, you do not actually need coffee until 10 am. Human bodies are governed by a 24 hour cycle called the circadian clock in […]

These Foods Will Damage Your Heart

These Foods Will Damage Your Heart

The findings are scheduled to be presented Saturday at an American Heart Association meeting, in Philadelphia. Grab & Go foods are an easy option for busy lives, but if you opt for ultra-processed foods a lot, you may pick up something you do not want; heart disease. About 55% of Americans’ daily calories come from […]

Frequent Marijuana Smokers 2X Odds for a Stroke

Frequent Marijuana Smokers 2X Odds for a Stroke

Smoking marijuana does not do one’s heart or your brain any favors, 2 new studies shows. Frequent marijuana smokers are more than 2X as likely to suffer a stroke compared with those who do not partake, the 1st study found. They are also more likely to be hospitalized for a dangerously erratic heart rhythm, according […]

A Key to the Door of Good Health: Regular Exercise

A Key to the Door of Good Health: Regular Exercise

No matter what our age, our body benefits from regular exercise. It is one of the Keys to unlock the doors to good health. Experts say that a regular exercise program helps us looking and feeling younger and stay independent longer. It also lowers the risk of various health issues from cardiovascular disease and diabetes […]

80 is the New 60: Staying Healthy in an Aging World

80 is the New 60: Staying Healthy in an Aging World

Globally, aging populations are posing big challenges for healthcare systems; together, new technology and old techniques offer the opportunity to manage them. The new challenge for the 21st Century The Big Q: Can we live better? The Big A: Yes! The booming population of older adults is a testament to the incredible developments in science and technology […]

The Anam Schools Guests in Vietnamese Martial Art and Self-Defense

The Anam Schools Guests in Vietnamese Martial Art and Self-Defense

Holidaymakers of all ages at Vietnam’s new “it” destination are kicking, foot sweeping and wrestling their way to fitness as part of the Anam’s new in-resort vovinam classes. Based on the ancient Asian philosophy of yin and yang, vovinam endeavours to align body and mind through the art of self-defence. Vovinam ranks as the largest and […]

Prevent Holiday Weight Gain

Prevent Holiday Weight Gain

From Halloween through New Year’s, holiday weight gain affects people the world over and, according to a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine, it can happen with any major holiday, not just the Winter ones. As you may know, it is a lot harder to lose that weight than to put it on. […]

“America’s Most Trusted Pharmacist”Says…

“America’s Most Trusted Pharmacist”Says…

Industry experts predict that spending on Rx medicines in the United States will reach $610-B by Y 2021. Americans often rush or get rushed into taking drugs too quickly, say physicians who believe in trying lifestyle changes 1st in many health situations. Very often, doctors diagnose their patients in “pre-disease” stages of a condition like […]

Ways to Lower Your Resting Heart Rate

Ways to Lower Your Resting Heart Rate

Your resting heart rate is one factor used to identify potential health conditions and gauge the health of your heart; by maintaining your resting rate from 60 beats per minute you lower your risk of cardiovascular disease and improve your overall health The Big Q: What does your resting heart rate say about your level […]

Alex Trebek Asks for Support in Pancreatic Cancer Battle

Alex Trebek Asks for Support in Pancreatic Cancer Battle

Long time friend and “Jeopardy!” host Alex Trebek is on a mission to raise awareness for pancreatic cancer. He has teamed up with the World Pancreatic Cancer Coalition to launch a new public service announcement to get the message across ahead of World Pancreatic Cancer Day on 21 November. In this video of the announcement Alex Trebek, who was […]

Azerai Hotels & Resorts Introduces Special New Wellness Packages

Azerai Hotels & Resorts Introduces Special New Wellness Packages

Health and wellness are at the forefront of several new room packages being offered at Azerai La Residence, Hue and Azerai Resort Can Tho. Azerai La Residence, Hue’s new “Culture and Wellness by the Perfume River” package is highlighted by a private half-day tour of the former imperial capital’s venerable citadel, along with Thien Mu Pagoda […]

We are what we eat, so…

We are what we eat, so…

We are what we eat, so what healthy eating habits are worth keeping? These eating habits are so good you may want to replace any fad diet or unsustainable diet with them, as follows: Eat smaller portions. Overeating, or eating larger portions, is an easy habit to get into. There are a few hacks to […]

Can Melatonin Be Taken Every Night?

Can Melatonin Be Taken Every Night?

Melatonin, a hormone produced naturally by your body’s pineal gland, is a popular supplement used by an estimated 3.1-M Americans. One of its Key roles is regulating your body’s circadian rhythm, and melatonin supplements are often used as sleep aids or to help sleep problems related to shift work, jet lag and sleep disorders. From […]

Living Near the Ocean has Real Health Benefits

Living Near the Ocean has Real Health Benefits

Many people dream of living near the ocean, there is a reason why, as coastal living may be good for mental health, according to a study by researchers from the University of Exeter, England.  The research builds on prior studies linking natural environments to mental health and well-being, and suggests that you may be able […]

Fusion Combats Vietnam’s Litter Issue With Giant Fish Installations

Fusion Combats Vietnam’s Litter Issue With Giant Fish Installations

The latest move is one of several sustainable initiatives the company rolled out this year The diet of a typical fish shouldn’t include plastic, that is unless it’s one of the oversized guppies that have found a home on the beach fronts of Fusion Resort Cam Ranh and Fusion Resort Phu Quoc, in Vietnam. The […]

Grape Seed Extract Can Lower Risk of Heart Disease

Grape Seed Extract Can Lower Risk of Heart Disease

One of the Key factors of the French paradox is that along with their high fat, buttery croissants and rich sauces, the typical diet includes wine. And red wine is loaded with disease-fighting antioxidants that may be the reason the French have 50% the incidence of heart disease than Americans. Cheryl Myers, RN explains that […]

Saturated Fat (cholesterol) Theory of Heart Disease Began With Ancel Keys

Saturated Fat (cholesterol) Theory of Heart Disease Began With Ancel Keys

According to the “Heart of the Matter,” American physiologist Ancel Benjamin Keys can be credited with originating and cementing the saturated fat/cholesterol theory of heart disease. In the 1950’s, Keys produced research that showed perfect correlations between cardiovascular disease and the dietary consumption of fat in several prominent Western countries. But, there was a problem […]

Laughter is Good Medicine

Laughter is Good Medicine

Anthropological research suggests laughter and humor are genetically built-in, and that humor, historically, has functioned as “a social glue.” The critical laughter trigger for most people is not necessarily a joke or funny movie, but rather another person Many studies support the notion that optimism has a beneficial influence on your health. The Big Q: What […]

Yes, you can overdose on Espresso

Yes, you can overdose on Espresso

This is a scary story: after a night with just 5 hours sleep a young UK woman decided to down a 2X Espresso. Then it was no-holds-barred as she then downed 6 more 2X shots. Apparently, she thought she was drinking single shots. Astonishing because she actually works in the cafe, and was making the coffee […]

Updating Bernie Sanders’ Heart Health Issues

Updating Bernie Sanders’ Heart Health Issues

Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders , 78 anni, suffered a heart attack earlier this week, his physicians said Friday, describing his heart health issue in more specific terms than disclosed previously. Friday after Senator Sanders left the hospital, his treating physicians cast the events in a more serious light. “After presenting to an outside facility with […]

Major Blow to Vegan Lie

Major Blow to Vegan Lie

Cutting back on red meat is standard medical advice to prevent cancer and heart disease — but a review of dozens of studies has concluded that the potential risk is low and evidence uncertain. In new guidelines published on Monday in the Annals of Internal Medicine, a panel of researchers from seven countries suggested that […]

Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) has a new program for employees, and it’s probably just getting started

Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) has a new program for employees, and it’s probably just getting started

Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) has a new program for employees, and it’s probably just getting started Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) has never been shy about its ambitions. But while the company seeks to dominate every area it enters, it does not always state its intentions before making a big play in a new area. For example, the company first launched its […]

Make No Mistake, Fake Meat Is Junk Food, Health is Not Driving the ‘Meat Makeover’

Make No Mistake, Fake Meat Is Junk Food, Health is Not Driving the ‘Meat Makeover’

$BYND Ultra-processed foods typically have 5 or more ingredients, many of which are not commonly found in home kitchens. This describes the Impossible Burger and Beyond Burger, including fake blood processed from genetically engineered yeast to mimic the taste and texture of real beef. The junk food industry has a new product they are offering […]

Insomnia is Linked to Increased Risk for Heart Disease

Insomnia is Linked to Increased Risk for Heart Disease

Mechanisms by which insomnia or poor sleep affects the heart health include hypothalamic-pituitary axis dysregulation, increased sympathetic nervous system activity, abnormal modulation of the autonomic nervous system, increased atherogenesis and increased systemic inflammation Sleep deprivation has the same effect on your immune system as physical stress or illness, which may help explain why lack of sleep […]

Health fears prompt Swiss 5G revolt

Health fears prompt Swiss 5G revolt

Health fears prompt Swiss 5G revolt Switzerland was among the first countries to begin deploying 5G, but health fears over radiation from the antennas that carry the next-generation mobile technology have sparked a nationwide revolt. Demonstrators against the technology are due to fill the streets of Bern later this month, but already a number of […]

A New Source for Nutritious Omega-3s

A New Source for Nutritious Omega-3s

We should all know that Omega-3’s a Keys to good health, and here’s no shortage of reasons to get omega-3s, which are abundant in fish and their oils. But high consumption of fish and their oils has created a shortage around the world. In addition, fish can be costly, and there are also concerns about […]

Choose Your Omega-3 Source Wisely

Choose Your Omega-3 Source Wisely

The human body needs both plant and animal sources of omega-3 fats, but they are not interchangeable. Plant-based omega-3 provides alpha linoleic acid (ALA), which the body inefficiently converts to EPA and poorly converts to DHA. Plant-based sources of omega-3 include flaxseed, walnuts, pumpkin seeds and chia seeds. These help to boost ones overall ALA intake. Fish […]

French boy, 10, dies 8 years after supermarket burger poisoning

French boy, 10, dies 8 years after supermarket burger poisoning

French boy, 10, dies 8 years after supermarket burger poisoning A French boy aged 10, who fell gravely ill in 2011 after consuming a beef burger from supermarket discounter Lidl that was infected with E.coli bacteria, has died of complications stemming from his poisoning, the family’s lawyer said. The boy, Nolan, died on Saturday “as […]

Did You Know, You Can Drink Too Much Water…

Did You Know, You Can Drink Too Much Water…

We all know some things are really bad for our health. Smoking, binge drinking, and processed foods are all unhealthy, but hang on it does not stop there. Drinking too much water, wearing cheap sunglasses, and taking the window seat on a plane are just some of the other surprising things that can cause damage […]

Avoiding ‘Inflam-aging’

Avoiding ‘Inflam-aging’

Dampening inflammation is a must for people with chronic inflammatory diseases like rheumatoid arthritis. But you can be exposed to damaging inflammation without having a specific medical condition. Inflammation prevents the body from adequately reacting to stressors and puts the aging process on an unwanted fast track, increasing the likelihood of problems like heart disease. The […]

Lemons Are a Girl’s Best Friend

Lemons Are a Girl’s Best Friend

The health benefits of lemon are attributed to its vitamin C content that helps improve the skin quality, encourages weight loss, improves digestion, and acts as a breath freshener. Lemons also help with the treatment of constipation, dental problems, throat infections, fever, burns, respiratory disorders, and high blood pressure, while also benefiting your hair. Known for its therapeutic property through the […]

Gym Launch Wins Gold Stevie® Award In 2019 International Business Awards®

Gym Launch Wins Gold Stevie® Award In 2019 International Business Awards®

Gym Launch was named the winner of a Gold Stevie® Award in the Fastest-Growing company of the year category in The 16th Annual International Business Awards®. The International Business Awards are the world’s premier business awards program. All individuals and organizations worldwide – public and private, for-profit and non-profit, large and small – are eligible to […]

Chronic Pain, Relieve it Naturally

Chronic Pain, Relieve it Naturally

Millions of Americans and millions more worldwide suffer from chronic pain. According to statistics pain affects more people in the United States than diabetes, heart disease, and cancer combined. The National Institutes of Health says that 25.3-M American adults suffer from daily pain, while 23.4-M report that they are in a lot of pain. “Pain […]

US Vs Diabetes

US Vs Diabetes

US adults with diabetes are no more likely to meet disease control targets than they were in Y 2005, a new study finds. Typically, diabetes treatment focuses on controlling blood sugar, blood pressure and cholesterol levels, as well as no smoking. For the study, Massachusetts General Hospital researchers analyzed data on diabetes care in the […]

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