It’s often said that truth is stranger than fiction, and in the realm of your health this is often the case. The tips that follow may sound counterintuitive, but they can actually result in some very real benefits to your health.
1. Balance on One Leg While You Get Dressed in the Morning
This simple act forces you to e … Read More
New York doctor Craig Spencer is the latest person to be diagnosed with Ebola in the United States. As a physician working with Doctors Without Borders, he had recently returned to the US after treating patients in Guinea, Africa, which is one of the three hardest-hit countries with Ebola.
After returning home, the doctor … Read More
The following is adapted from Jesse Cannone's latest book, The End of All Disease. To get a free copy, click here
Cancer is applied to so many different types of dysfunctions that it is impossible to say there is a one-size fits all cure for "cancer". However, there are a few different methods that are very effective at z … Read More
About 24 million Americans have chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), but more than half don’t know it – even though they have symptoms.[i] That’s because the increased breathlessness and frequent coughing that accompany COPD are often mistaken for something else, or even just assumed to be a ‘normal’ part of aging. … Read More
There are four major blood groups – A, B, AB and O – each of which is either ‘positive’ or ‘negative,’ as determined by the presence or absence of certain antigens (substances that may trigger an immune response, which is why it’s so important to know your blood type before receiving a transfusion).
While your blood type … Read More
Chronic diseases – heart disease, stroke, cancer, diabetes, arthritis and even obesity – are the leading cause of death and disability in the United States. In fact, seven of the top 10 causes of death in America are chronic diseases (and just two, heart disease and cancer, account for 48 percent of all deaths).[i]
Nearly … Read More
Whether you want to admit it or not, the choices you make today are impacting your life in the future. If you’re making healthy choices, you’re probably glad for that fact, but if you’re not, well you’re setting yourself up for some not-so-nice surprises down the road.
What’s good about this is that recognizing these bad … Read More
More than half of U.S. women, and up to 45 percent of men, suffer from some type of vein problem, including spider veins. These red or blue discolorations on your skin (most often on your legs or face) resemble spider webs that can cover large patches of your body.
Although spider veins are typically not dangerous, they c … Read More
Do you have high blood pressure? High cholesterol or diabetes? Are you a smoker, over the age of 55, physically inactive or overweight? These, as you may know, are all factors that increase your risk of heart disease.
Are you ready for a surprise (unfortunately in this case not a very good one … )? … Read More
When most people think of enzymes, they typically are thinking of digestive enzymes, which convert the food you eat into small molecules that your body uses as fuel.
Amylase is an example of a digestive enzyme that breaks down starch; protease, also known as proteolytic enzymes, is a name for multiple enzymes that break d … Read More