From the monthly archives:

May 2016

How things work can get a little abstract—there’s just so much going on at once how can you link one thing to another? Not everyone stay tuned into their health every single day, noting what they eat, if the exercise, how they slept, if they’re stressed. So here’s an analogy to help you visualize how […]

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Over the past few years, Alzheimer’s has garnered lots of funding and attention, and we’ve taken several small steps to finding the cause, and possible solution to this aging problem. While some causes, like genetics, don’t have an easy solution, here’s one you can fight against right now: infection. According to new research, amyloid beta, […]

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Most Hep C Untreated

May 27, 2016

A study in Colorado has shown that 90% of people with Hepatitis C are going untreated. In Tennessee, they’re seeing an uptick in cases among high-risk groups (including untreated prison populations). And Baby Boomers account for 75% of Hep C patients—and it appears they’re under-tested (and subsequently undertreated). In addition to all that, there’s still […]

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Hot weather doesn’t mean you have to stop drinking tea. In fact, there’s sun tea, moon tea, iced tea, and all manner of summer-y ways to enjoy your favorite leaves. While a little bit of caffeine is okay (and even good for you) the summer sun and warmer nights are already disrupting sleep patterns, so […]

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There are a lot of health threats that humans are facing this summer, so let’s take a moment to remember our furry friends, who face many of the same problems as us! Heat & Sun Just like us, dogs can sunburn! If you have a cold-weather dog that gets shaved for summer,or just a thin-haired […]

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