Scientists have announced they will unveil a more accurate set of standards for measuring vitamin D levels in blood later this year.
Today, people lead stressful lives, and it is easy to simply reach for pills when symptoms become difficult to control. However, there many natural and efficient techniques that can make a big difference.
The materialistic-instant gratification-pop culture mentality of many people today is truly astonishing. If they see it they want it… now. What’s important? Who is the next to leave on American Idol, who is kicked off the island in Survivor, what is my favorite actor up to today? They don’t know what’s important. To find what is truly important, read this article…
Scientists believe that people suffering from celiac disease stand to benefit from boosting their dietary intake of vitamins B.
All seniors need to be familiar with their body’s blood-clotting abilities. If our blood clots too fast or too slow, we could have a medical emergency. When it thickens, we may be unable to thin it soon enough to stop a heart attack or stroke. So it’s better to err on the side of thin blood. To thin your blood a doctor will suggest a prescription blood thinner—most of which have side effects… or are very expensive. But there are many natural and safe blood thinners that you can read about in this article…
New research from UCLA scientists linking stress during teenage years to heart disease in adult life provides yet another lesson in the importance of stress control and management.
Late winter is the season when people tend to get depressed most, and one expert has discussed some of the possible origins of depressive episodes.
Most people need alkalinity to balance their pH. The consequences of low or acid pH are serious, leading to acidic saturation of the body—serious health consequences such as heart attacks, strokes and death. Even our drinking water—which is the universal solvent—needs to be slightly alkaline to be pH balanced. But most water is acidic and harmful. Find out what this means to your health when you read this article…
A new article has reviewed the benefits of polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) and their role in the prevention and treatment of the coronary artery disease (CAD).
Hormone replacement therapy to relieve menopausal symptoms has been increasingly discredited, and a special report recounts the ups and downs of the therapy over the years.