You're probably always looking for the latest health food to keep your overall health in check.
And there really are millions of foods, herbs and supplements you can take to do that.
But usually, each one does just one thing.
That's not the case with chia seeds.
Read on below to find out the four best reasons to eat more…... ››› more
One of the main problems with type 2 diabetes complications is your weight.
And being overweight means you're probably not getting as much exercise as you need.
But researchers say it's one of the most important parts of improving your health.
Here's what they found in a new study…... ››› more
Constipation isn't something you want to talk about. But it's an important subject that could mean a world of difference to your overall health.
A few years ago, a group of British researchers did a comparison study of severely constipated women, who had bowel movements approximately once a week, vs. women who had daily movements and didn't suffer from constipation at all.
Because they wanted to see whether there was a connection between constipation and cancer, study volunteers had their breasts compressed sufficiently to squeeze out a few drops of fluid, which scientists then examined under a microscope.
What they found was surprising!
Those who suffered from severe constipation had many more ‘atypical' and ‘pre-cancerous' cells in their breast fluid than the women who didn't. All of which put them at higher risk of breast cancer.
Here's why…... ››› more
With Angelina Jolie in the news again, this time for having surgery to remove her ovaries and fallopian tubes, many women around the world are again reminded of the harsh reality genetics can play on your health.
Here's what you should know if you're concerned about your risk for breast cancer…... ››› more
If you've been holding thumbs hoping and wishing for pain relief, you've been doing it wrong.
You should have been crossing your fingers.
That's the latest findings from researchers at University College London.
Read on to discover how this simple pain relief remedy works…... ››› more
I have men phoning me, wanting to come for counselling because they think they have premature ejaculation (PE).
In the session, I find out that they are unable to last longer than 30 minutes of penetration, saying that they are still feeling unable to please their partners.
Sadly, it's a perceived idea - based on porn and ‘popular knowledge' - of what good sex is, and how long it should last.
But in reality, PE is something completely different. And it's devastating for men who suffer from it.
Read on to find out more about it and how to know if it's really a problem in your life…... ››› more
The World Health Organisation estimates that over 4 million people die every year due to household air pollution.
It's a situation so severe, it's even given it a name: Toxic Home Syndrome.
Read on to discover why you're at risk.... ››› more
When doctors told 74-year-old Danny McDonald his stomach cancer was so severe it would kill him within three months, he ignored their advice. He chose to forgo toxic chemotherapy and embraced a nutritional approach to healing instead.
Four years later, Danny is alive, well and cancer-free!
So what did he do to defy these odds?
The answer, lies in the cancer-fighting benefits of this superfood…... ››› more
For ten long months, hundreds of men and women worked tirelessly to clear up the World Trade Center site.
Piece by piece they removed the rubble.
Inch by inch they cleared up the remains left by the devastating plane crashes on 9/11.
But now, a recent study has revealed it's still having a huge impact on their lives, fourteen years later.
And not in a way you might think…
Read on to find out more about how the World Trade Centre study can provide insight as to why you have rheumatoid arthritis.... ››› more
When your doctor handed you the prescription for the meds to keep your blood sugar under control, you probably never even thought to question him about what they would actually do to your health.
But you should have.
That's because a new study by researchers from the University Health Network reveals your heart failure risk increases 14% when you take certain diabetes drugs. They found a DIRECT link between the drugs and your risk.
Read on below to find out more about the how this direct link puts your heart health at risk…... ››› more
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