The American Heart Month may have ended last week, but a sports association’s healthy heart tips continue to inform and educate about beneficial lifestyle choices.
These days, it is all too easy to rely on potent drugs to reduce cholesterol levels, but one analysis has pointed out that pharmaceutical companies do not always have all the answers.
Consumer Watchdog has called on the Californian HMO regulator to make public its communications with insurance companies relating to cases of coverage denials for autism treatment.
New research has found that a surprising number of women fail to take proper care of their health before becoming pregnant.
A new study sheds light on the role of dietary supplements in the treatment of patients with chronic kidney disease who require dialysis.
Overeating causes a problem with your metabolism which leads to insulin resistance, abdominal obesity and inflammation, which are markers for heart disease and cancer. When you eat too many nonfoods—foods with empty calories—you suffer from significant metabolic stress. Read further to find out the amazing health benefits of restricting calories, but not nutrition…
Try this non-invasive treatment for congestive heart failure and you could potentially avoid bypass surgery—and the high cost associated with it! Keep reading…
A therapy based on traditional Buddhist meditation may be more effective than conventional drugs for treating depression, a new study suggests.
The simple problem with many aging Americans is overacidity and dehydration. These two are the key components of all sickness and disease. It’s a good thing that water is readily available or the medical mafia would be taking control! Read more…
According to well-known researchers, at least 10 of the most serious diseases can be traced back to toxins in the colon. It can affect your total health and the mental well-being of your mind. So death really does begin in the colon!