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Ways to Reduce Anxiety Naturally

Reduce Anxiety

In the United States, anxiety is one of the most common mental health disorders. A person with anxiety can often face symptoms such as chest pain, tension, a racing heart, nervousness, and agitation. While everyone feels anxious from time to time, for some people, anxiety is a normal part of life. Unfortunately, when stress and…

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Heavy Metal Toxicity: Signs and Symptoms

Heavy Metal Toxicity

Commonly found in our everyday environment, we are exposed to heavy metals on a daily basis. Typically we are only exposed to small quantities, and in small amounts, many of the heavy metals are essential for a healthy body. However, when heavy metal toxicity happens, severe damage can occur to the body. While certain metals…

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Iron Deficiency and Dementia: The Link Between Anemia and Alzheimer’s

Anemia and Alzheimer’s

Eating a well-balanced diet is beneficial for our bodies and brain. The human body needs a spectrum of nutrients to function at optimum levels and to help prevent problems with our health, especially as we age. Regrettably, if we are not mindful of what we are putting into our bodies, disease and disorders are more…

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Heartburn Home Remedies that Work

Heartburn Home Remedies

At some point or another, you have likely experienced the pain of heartburn. You might have eaten something that set off your stomach, or maybe it was from a case of the nerves. If you happen to have gastroesophageal reflux disorder (GERD), heartburn may be a common occurrence. No matter where you stand with heartburn,…

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Fungi as a major cause of Crohns’s and Ulcerative Colitis

Exciting new research has shown that a fungus called Malassezia, and perhaps others like candida, play a major role in the formation of Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. Martin Lawrence, a researcher at The Malassezia Project in Montreal believes this fungus is contributing to the excessive inflammation seen with theses bowel diseases. Advanced DNA technology…

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Vitamin A: The Warrior Against Measles

Measles, a highly contagious sometimes fatal infection characterized by fever, malaise, cough, conjunctivitis and rash, has been a growing concern in our developed country. In recent months, there have been outbreaks of the disease in the New York area. In 2018, New York and New Jersey accounted for more than half of the measles outbreaks…

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Flint Michigan: How Do We Get the Lead Out?

As part of every pediatric workup, a child must have their lead levels checked to make sure there is no environmental exposure to lead. If your child is not sitting in the corner of your living room eating paint chips off your windowsill, chances are we stop testing for lead in the blood at a…

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Shower Filter Benefits: Why You Should Use a Shower Filter

Why You Should Use a Shower Filter

When you drink a cup of water, you want that water to be free of contaminants and harmful chemicals. However, many of us don’t realize that we don’t just need clean water to drink but to bathe in as well. The water from the shower can also be harmful, and it can affect your health…

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Irisin: The “Exercise Hormone” May Aid In Dementia Prevention

As the prevalence of Alzheimer’s Disease and dementia in our society continues to increase, scientists have been eager to better understand the physiology and biochemical pathways involved in these disease processes. Current research has honed in on a specific hormone, Irisin, that was found to be produced by muscles during exercise. This hormone, originally identified…

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