People suffer from long-term pain and illness, so they go see a doctor or healer for help and then expect the problem to somehow magically disappear without substantial effort on their part. Read this article to learn what happens when patients are unwilling to follow the advice of the doctor or healer…
Many Americans are being undertreated for chronic pain associated with medical problems due to physicians’ fear of prescription drug overuse, personal bias or inadequate training, according to a pharmaceutical expert at the University of Oregon.
The consumption of coffee and tea may lead to a lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes, according to a new review of previously recorded data.
Older adults with type-2 diabetes can significantly reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke after just three months of physical activity, a new study concludes.
Many people have very busy lifestyles and, as a result, may suffer from stress. Some people use alternative therapies like meditation to relax, and new research indicates that there may be other benefits to meditation besides just stress relief.
A phone call from a long-lost cousin helped to completely heal a family rift that had begun more than 50 years ago. The reason for that lengthy gap, and how it was bridged, is a story that could change your life as it did the life of Geopolitical Editor Chip Wood. Read this story to learn how a fractured family got back together…
Trying alternative medicine and holistic therapies is a waste of time! That’s because trying most often means not doing. You see, there is a difference between trying and doing. Read this article to learn how trying alternative medicine rather than doing alternative medicine is a waste of time…
An enzyme called ACE2 may help doctors develop an alternative therapy for patients suffering from hypertension, a new study has found.
According to a study published in the upcoming issue of the International Journal of Medical Engineering and Informatics, the practice of yoga may boost heart health.
We often hear about the benefits of exercise, but new information from the University of California, San Francisco, indicates that an excess of physical activity might be a bad thing.