Archive for the ‘Healthcare’ Category

Oat Beta Glucan – Nature’s Heart Healthy Wonder

Fiber intake from wholesome foods and supplemental sources like oat beta glucan provide more benefits than you likely ever imagined.

Sunscreen Dangers Continue to be Exposed

A new study further exposes the potential harm of sunscreen chemicals which enter the blood stream after just one application.  

Is Sluggish Thyroid Function Stressing Your Mood?

Studies show a strong inter-relationship between thyroid disorders and mental health conditions like depression and anxiety.

Top 10 Health Stories of 2019

Current events, cutting-edge research, and delving deep into the literature this past year brought a great diversity in topics written for the Wellness Resources weekly newsletter.

Answers To Your Dr. Google Questions

Results were recently posted for the most popular questions asked to “Dr Google” in 2019. Here are some great resources to address some of these topics for you!

Vitamin D and Magnesium: Essential Partnership for Health

One pair for nutrients that have gotten more research and understanding is magnesium and vitamin D. Bother are needed, but the presence or absence of one affects the other.

Curcumin Helps Esophagus, Stomach, and Digestive Health

New research shows that curcumin significantly supports the health of the whole digestive system.

Thyroid and Brain Health Impacted by Glyphosate Herbicides

It has been a more than a year since a California jury found Monsanto’s weed killer Roundup a major reason for cancer in a school groundskeeper. Now class-action lawsuit advertisements…

Antibiotics Before Flu Vaccination Alters Immune Response

Flu vaccination promotions are about to flood the market again. A recent study opens up questions and concerns on the combination of antibiotic use and flu vaccinations on health.

E-cigarettes and Vaping – Not Just Harmless Water Vapor

E-cigarette use has dramatically increased in a short time and has caused alarm with the CDC, health professionals, schools and parents.