A long term study from Canada of 250 patients with an increased risk of cardiovascular disease found that adding natural approaches with an integrated medicine physician reduce the risk of heart disease. The risk went down from 7.7% to from 10.8% over the 10-year study. The naturopathic doctors prescribed health, lifestyle and
Dr. Bryan Warner of BodyLogicMD of St. Louis offers natural remedies for treating cold and flu symptoms. Chicken soup. Studies have shown that chicken soup really is an ideal remedy for cold and flu season. Specific molecules in the broth help break down nasal mucous. Fevers. “Allow fevers to happen,” says Dr. Warner.
by Dr. Roger Garcia The term wellness has become extremely popular in recent years. We hear this word in conversations, at work or read it in newspapers, magazines and on the web. It is connected to certain foods and vitamins, to laundry detergents and cosmetics. The problem is that wellness means different
I have great news to share! My amazing friend JJ Virgin will release her new book, The Virgin Diet: Drop 7 Foods, Lose 7 Pounds, Just 7 Days, on November 27 of this year. In preparation for the release of the book, she’s giving away The Virgin Diet Quick Start Guide for
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Tune in tonight for another LIVE broadcast: Monday, May 7 from 7pm to 730pm EST. (Click here for local broadcast listings.) If you missed the live chat on April 30, you can hear my conversation with Ellen Kahmi, The Natural Nurse on her radio show. Click to hear the full broadcast! Catch me this Friday,
Over the last several months activists have been busy drudging up the cold, hard facts society must face – all the advancements made in technology and modern conveniences has contributed to an increase in dangerous environmental toxins. As a doctor, I have become increasingly aware of these additional threats to the health
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A study published in the April 2011 issue of Science Translational Medicine concluded that poor sleep patterns lead to an increased risk of type 2 diabetes and heart disease. Shift workers and pilots are among the most likely to suffer from these conditions, due to constant disturbances to the sleep/wake cycle. The
Over the last several months activists have been busy drudging up the cold, hard facts society must face — all the advancements made in technology and modern conveniences have contributed to an increase in dangerous environmental toxins. Many of them are in your favorite cosmetics, lotions and toothpaste. I chatted with GalTime’s
Ever wondered if sex had more benefits than procreation and just plain fun? Well, there are many reasons sex is good and good for you. Discover how a little time between the sheets can help you torch calories, sleep better and reduce stress on Bodychecklist.com.
Shocked and appalled. The flames continue to be fueled as outrage grows among the public and the medical community – Paula Deen endorsing diabetic medication – really!? (This story has resurfaced thanks to recent allegations of sexual harassment against her and her brother.) Sharing in my outrage, The Doctors expressed their incredulous
Preventive health begins early – that is why it is important to begin screenings as early as your twenties and follow-through with routine screenings throughout every decade in life. I chatted with Daytime TV to talk about “knowing your numbers” and which medical screenings are a must to ensure your good health
Tip #9: Have more sex! Check out why having more sex promotes health and all the ways you can make it your favorite anti-aging technique. Check MORE Magazine’s “Tips for Aging Gracefully“ slideshow.