From the monthly archives:

February 2019

Times change, and with them, so has some off the risk factors for heart disease. New studies have found that changing lifestyles have impacted who’s at risk for a cardiac event, and when. In one study, changing lifestyle and work patterns have moved the time you’re most at risk for a heart attack away from […]

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Insomnia: Cause or Effect?

February 27, 2019

Sleep is a cornerstone of health. Not getting enough doesn’t just leave you ragged the next day, it can cause long term damage over time. Poor memory, poor metabolism, poor heart health, and more. While studies continue to find more health problems caused by insomnia (including how our fat cells function), two well done studies […]

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Herb of Life: Jiaogulan

February 26, 2019

Jiaogulan, which grows in Southern China and Southeast Asia, is becoming better known in the West for what it’s already well-known for in the East: longevity. Studies are adding fact to what those who drink Jiaogulan tea every day have been saying for centuries: it may support health in multiple ways. An organic herbal tea, […]

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Low Vitamin D levels cause a range of problems. Symptoms of depression, a weakened immune system, bone weakness, and worse—low Vitamin D levels can even contribute to the onset of schizophrenia. Unfortunately, most people are some degree of Vitamin D deficient. For that reason, researchers are exploring how Vitamin D helps the body in the […]

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In the News: Hepatitis A

February 22, 2019

Hepatitis A outbreaks have been happening regularly, and they’re affecting a lot more people these days than just the small handfuls of years past. Right now, Columbus, Ohio has its largest outbreak since 1999—with ten times as many cases (over 1600). Hepatitis A is a preventable disease mostly spread by poor hygiene, in other words, […]

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