Do you let the colder weather keep you from reaching your health goals? 5 ways to prevent the cold weather slump before it hits! Yes we all can feel it in the air, colder weather is coming... This is the time of year of joy, giving thanks, making snow angels
Are Your Medications Killing You? You might think that’s a sensationalized headline designed to grab your attention with its shock value, but, unfortunately, it’s not. Something called “iatrogenic disease” is killing and sickening hundreds of thousands of people every year. What is iatrogenic disease? According to Chambers English Dictionary, it
MORE THAN JUST BLOWING SMOKE: THE REAL RISKS OF VAPING Whether you’re a regular or former smoker, a smoker who’s trying to quit or you’ve never lit up in your life, you’re probably familiar with vaping, the popular term for the use of electronic cigarettes, or e-cigarettes. Also known as
Could social separation be a larger cause of death and disease than poor nutrition, lack of exercise or even smoking? New research is saying just that! Over a decade ago, Dan Buettner teamed up with National Geographic and the world's best longevity researchers to identify pockets around the world where people live
The microbiome, dysbiosis, "leaky" gut and what it means for you. A lot of people suffer from issues that are caused from issues in their digestive systems but rarely find what is actually causing their problems.
Millions of people suffer from hormone related diseases like thyroid disease, diabetes, osteoporosis, cancer, heart disease and much more. Therefore you should know the signs your hormones are out of balance. Below are the top five signs your hormones are out of whack: 1) Continual weight gain despite exercise
More and more research has come out proving how important the microbiome is to your overall health. The microbiome is an amazingly complex system of bacteria that’s unique in each one of us. The majority of the microbiome is located in the gut.
Recently, a lot of patients have been asking us about the coronavirus and what they can do to prevent it (or reduce its affects) if they were to contract it. There is a lot of concern and fear associated with this virus for obvious reasons. You can’t turn on the TV, listen to the radio, or open your email without seeing something about the coronavirus.
Heartburn and GERD can be extremely frustrating to deal with. Both are painful and debilitating, and always carry some anxiety since the symptoms can resemble a cardiac event.