Diagnosis of mental illness in children is on the rise. Find out why more kids than ever are being labeled and how to prevent the labeling of your child.
From the moment we are born, our hormones play a major role in how we grow, age, become diseased, and die. Understanding hormones is the key to change.
Chronic pain can be worsened or made better depending on the foods you choose to eat. Discover the food and pain connection, and start feeling better.
Magnesium is critical to over 300 bodily processes and is the master mineral Do you see yourself in this list of symptoms from magnesium deficiency?
The side effects from statins include severe damage to many major organs of the body. Here is how to moderate that damage and get your energy back.
New research shows cholesterol is not our enemy. Find out how a high cholesterol level protects the brain and nervous system from modern diseases.
Got a mental disorder? How about too much shopping or internet surfing? Get a load of what the American Psychiatric Association has planned for us.
(Health Secrets Newsletter) Alpha lipoic acid, or ALA, is a potent and versatile antioxidant that also serves to convert blood sugar into metabolic energy. In addition, recent research has shown lipoic acid’s power to help repair nerve damage and possibly protect against Alzheimer’s and declining vision. There are many more health issues helped by ALA than most…
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), otherwise known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease, is a rare progressive neuro-degenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord. This degeneration eventually leads to cell death, making it impossible for the brain to initiate and control muscle movement. As the disease advances to its later stages, it results…
Wondering why people yawn? Contrary to popular belief, yawning is not necessarily an indicator of boredom, restlessness, disinterest or even sleepiness. Yawning is actually an important function of the body that helps the brain both to function better and to maintain an appropriate body temperature. According to researchers from New York University in Binghamton,…