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Breastmilk Boosts Brain Function

August 6, 2013

What if breast milk could boost infant IQ levels? According to new data featured in the Project Vida study, researchers surveyed 1,312 mothers and children. As the results were tallied, researchers noticed a notable increase in picture-vocabulary tests and overall intelligence scores. These are wonderful findings, but many mothers are not initiating, nor do they…

Health is the Greatest Wealth Sweepstakes!

July 23, 2013

1 winner will receive a one month supply of  Salerno Ultra Daily Essentials Multivitamin (valued at $295) How To Enter Visit the contest page on ronandlisa.com Read the article At the bottom, login with your Facebook Account or email Complete certain actions to gain more entries (71 is the max you can earn) The more…

PFC Exposure: Airborne Subway Toxins

July 23, 2013

When you ride mass transit, rarely do you think of toxic run-off with long-term side-effects, but that’s exactly what the New York Police Department and Brookhaven National Laboratory have in mind for the millions of daily commuters that call New York their home. Sponsored by the Department of Defense, all five boroughs and 21 subway…

Are Food Allergies Making You Fat?

June 4, 2013

While it’s true that most individuals with weight issues struggle with portion control, sugary foods, and low-fat fantasies, many are unaware of the health consequences most of these foods possess. Hidden throughout many popular products, including sauces, condiments, beverages, and processed goods, lurk a plethora of allergy triggers. In fact, many of these negative bodily…

Toxic Lead Found in Lipstick & Makeup

May 15, 2013

If you are what you put on your skin every day, everyone must be toxic. According to a new research conducted at the University of California-Berkeley’s School of Public Health, 32 commonly sold lipsticks and lip glosses contained lead, cadmium, aluminum, and other dangerous metals. With the average user applying lipstick 2.3 times daily, you…

Air Pollution Causes Heart Disease

May 8, 2013

Depending on where you call home, one thing is necessary – we all need air. While the amounts of toxins that reside alongside our homes, communities, schools, and factories varies, scientists are one step closer to understanding how these contaminants affect our lungs, brain, and heart. According to a new cardiovascular study featured in the…

The Five Boro Bike Tour

May 7, 2013

John Jr. and I just completed the 12 mile Five Boro Bike Tour: What a neat event! John is nine-years-old and this is his fourth tour – he completed all three prior. This year, we were part of the Grand Fondo Giro d’Italia, an event which times your climb over the Verrazano Bridge at the…

Vitamin D Deficiency Linked to Uterine Fibroids

April 30, 2013

Inadequate levels of vitamin D may increase the risk for developing fibroids, according to a new study performed at National Institute of Environment and Health Science. Researchers selected 620 African-American women and 410 Caucasian women. They determined their levels of vitamin D in the blood as well as health status with a questionnaire. The research…

Cycling With My 9-Year Old

April 11, 2013

John Jr., my 9-year old son, is an avid cyclist. He religiously cycles with me every morning, rain snow or sleet, after breakfast. As we travel 8 miles through steep hills and alongside the beautiful Connecticut shore line each morning, we share words of encouragement along the way. John Jr. has been cycling every day…

Mercury: A Shock to Your Teeth & Your Health

April 9, 2013

If you have ever experienced what it’s like to have a filling implanted, replaced, or fixed, you fully understand the important hygienic consequences involved. But have you ever asked yourself what’s being used to replace the lost matter? Would you believe me if I said it’s the cause behind many cases of endocrinological imbalance, paralysis,…

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