From the monthly archives:

May 2015

Research shows that coffee drinkers are more likely to have the energy (and ability) for intimacy than non-coffee drinkers. For men, everyone but people with diabetes experienced fewer instances of problems like erectile dysfunction with 2 cups a day. For women, 1 cup of coffee was enough for them to report more instances of intimacy. […]

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This weekend, the kids are out of school, the pools open, and summer fun kicks off! Make sure you are set to have a healthy summer as your adventures kick off! Here are our top picks for safe fun: Keep your immune system strong with colloidal silver—seems obvious, but if you’ll be swimming, running around […]

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What’s more romanticized about summer than running around barefoot? At the beach, through a meadow, squishing lake mud, feeling hot sand… But that image tarnishes quickly if you haven’t taken good care of your feet, and even if you have, running around barefoot will tear them up pretty quickly! So here’s our guide to healthy […]

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There’s been lots of rain in many parts of the countries this spring, encouraging lots of mosquitoes! And just in time for Memorial Day! You can actually do a lot to keep mosquitoes at bay. In fact, a few small changes in your backyard can have a big impact on the environment, and make your […]

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Childhood obesity is a leading concern, which has lead to research that can help everyone. Many studies have found correlations between two scenarios where kids miss out on having a healthy probiotic colony, then gain weight. The first is (usually) out of parents control (but might be tempered by introducing probiotics early and often in […]

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