Archive for the ‘Women’s Health’ Category

Sedentary Lifestyle and Swollen Legs Contribute to Snoring

Understanding why you or your loved one snores is important to take charge of your health.

Common Meds May Increase Dementia Risk by 50 Percent

News headlines grabbed the attention of many in the past few days with the findings that anticholinergic medications may lead to dementia.

MTHFR Gene Defects, Methylation, and Natural Support

Methylation is one giant topic that pertains to epigenetics. Knowing a little more about methylation can help optimize health.

Atrial Fibrillation Linked to Stress, Diabetes, Dental Health, and Gut Health

Is oxidative stress an underling source of your heart’s atrial fibrillation? For many individuals, the answer may very well be – yes. The follow-up question is where is the source?

Sunscreen and Vaccine Adjuvants: As Harmless as You Are Led to Believe?

Imagine being told to consume or use something that appears harmless and is encouraged by those with knowledge and stature. Recent studies have shown that sunscreen does more harm than good.

Steroids Increase Breast Cancer Metastasis

Glucocorticoids for breast cancer? Taking glucocorticoids while fighting breast cancer has been linked with increased metastasis. Are you aware of the risks?

Best Nutrients for Postpartum Health

Discover the top nutrients to help your body recover after pregnancy so you can be your best self for your new little one.

New Postpartum Depression Drug Carries Hefty Risk

The FDA recently approved a new drug, Zulresso/brexanolone for postpartum depression and it comes with a Black Box Warning. Get the facts before you consider it.

Folic Acid vs. Folate When Choosing Prenatal Vitamins

Pregnant or planning to get pregnant in the near future? Discover how folate and folic acid support you and your baby’s health, the differences between the two, and things to be aware of.

Sail Through Menopause with These Key Nutrients

Discover the top supplements we recommend to help care for the unique nutritional needs of women navigating the transition into menopause and beyond.