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Kellye Copas

Kellye Copas Staff writer Kellye Copas has several years experience writing for the alternative health industry. Her background is in non-profit fundraising, copywriting and direct mail and web marketing. Email this author.


Vitamin D Decreases Infection And Antibiotic Overuse

Vitamin D Decreases Infection And Antibiotic Overuse

If you have low levels of vitamin D, supplementing with the sunshine vitamin may make you less prone to respiratory tract infections and decrease reliance on antibiotics, according to a new study by researchers at Karolinska Institutet and Karolinska University Hospital.

Hope On The Horizon For Alzheimer’s

Hope On The Horizon For Alzheimer’s

A major breakthrough shows much hope for those suffering from Alzheimer’s, a complicated and devastating disease affecting both victim and loved ones.

Bloodletting May Become Part Of Modern Healthcare

Bloodletting May Become Part Of Modern Healthcare

New research demonstrates that blood donation has real benefits for obese people with metabolic syndrome. In just two sessions of bloodletting, blood pressure improved, as did markers of cardiovascular disease.

Combined Therapies May Relieve Back Pain Best

Combined Therapies May Relieve Back Pain Best

Conventional medicine and alternative medicine most often seem to be at odds with each other. However, many people — whether due to growing skepticism, skyrocketing medical costs or desperation — are opting for alternative treatments.

It’s A Bird, It’s A Plane — No, It’s Super Puffed Rice!

The puffed rice that we’re used to seeing in our breakfast cereals and snack foods now packs a powerful nutritious punch thanks to a new process that not only blows the grains up with air, but adds three times the protein.

Strong Link Between Domestic Violence And Mental Health

Strong Link Between Domestic Violence And Mental Health

Victims of domestic violence, both men and women, can experience long-lasting effects, including mental health disorders, according to new research from King’s College of London’s Institute of Psychiatry and the University of Bristol.

Gluten Intolerance? We’ve Got a Pill for That!

Gluten Intolerance? We’ve Got a Pill for That!

The number of people suffering from gluten intolerance and celiac disease is on the rise, and more and more attention is being paid to finding a way to help these patients enjoy a healthy, pain-free lifestyle that includes the foods they want to eat.

Rosemary—Benefits Far Beyond The Kitchen

Rosemary—Benefits Far Beyond The Kitchen

Rosemary, the aromatic and evergreen Mediterranean herb known for its delicate pink, purple or blue flowers, may play as significant a role in our health as it has in the culinary arts.

Will Your Child Be Safe At School If A Pandemic Strikes?

Will Your Child Be Safe At School If A Pandemic Strikes?

These days, everyone from your neighbor to your employer and, hopefully, you may be developing preparedness plans in the event of bioterrorist attacks or flu pandemics. Unfortunately, your child’s school is likely to be very unprepared.

Does Your Dog Really Think You’re A Great Person?

Does Your Dog Really Think You’re A Great Person?

Wouldn’t it be great if, when Fido looks sweetly into your face and cocks his little head sideways, you could know whether he was communicating his affection for you or only wishing for another tasty treat?

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