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No matter which health topic comes up, it’s important to start with the basics, because they are often a more simple, affordable, and less invasive solution. Sleep, exercise, and nutrition can each help prevent disease when they’re a positive part of your daily routine. Sleep and exercise are mostly self explanatory (as long as you […]

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Spice Up Your Holidays

November 23, 2017

Here’s something that has a long list of studies supporting its potential health benefits: turmeric. A good source of the antioxidant curcumin, this superfood may help with a whole range of health problems, even offering a health boost to otherwise healthy people. One of the most studied benefits of curcumin is to support joint health. […]

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Your gut bacteria are important, they hold influence on functions all over your body, and have been linked to everything from heart health, to mood, to immune function and inflammation, and more. Now, certain (lack of) bacteria may be indicative of PTSD. Trauma from childhood may be more likely to cause PTSD later in life, […]

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They say everything in moderation is OK, and they’re generally right. The trouble with stomach acid blockers is that the more you use them, the more you need them, and overtime, you do start to see some side effects. They can change how your stomach works and create dependency, but studies are finding long-term use […]

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Sometimes experience gets it wrong, or there’s a wrong assumption that the easy, first steps were tried, and simple problems are given a complex solution that often fails. A new study has found that for teens with treatment resistant depression, the best solution might be what should have been tried first: better nutrition. In the […]

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