Healthy Living

Aged Cheese & Cancer Prevention

 September 14, 2019

There is a new study on a simple way to help reduce the risk of liver cancer that was reviewed by Honor Whiteman. This simple step could also extend lifespan by consuming mushrooms, soy, whole grains, aged cheese and other foods that are rich in spermidine. Mice that are fed an oral supplement of spermidine […]

Breakfast & Weight Loss

 September 7, 2019

Serena Gordon, a HealthDay Reporter, investigates the theory that breakfast is the key to weight loss, but now believes that isn’t true.  We’ve all believed that breakfast was the most important meal of the day, especially if you are trying to maintain a healthy weight. Her new research suggests this is not true. When we […]

Sleepless Nights – Painful Days

 September 5, 2019

Alan Mozes composed an article for HealthDay Reporter explaining why sleepless nights can mean more painful days for you.  Your lack of a good nights sleep may be the reason you are aching all over the next morning. There is new research that finds the sleep loss you have may deliver a double whammy to […]

Pass the Guacamole, Please!

 September 2, 2019

Guacamole is more than an orgasmic dip for tortilla chips. The popular and versatile Mexican dish also provides extraordinary health benefits because of its main ingredient — avocados. As a matter of fact, most nutrition experts consider avocados a miracle food or superfood. Top Benefits of Guacamole According to science, below are five reasons to […]

Warding Off a UTI

 August 27, 2019

What can we do to ward off a Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)?  Rachael Rettner, Senior Writer for Live Science published an article weighing the effects of drinking an extra six glasses of water a day to accomplish this. The study found that of the women who frequently get UTIs they could cut their risk in […]

Walking Vs. Running

 August 26, 2019

The subject of walking vs. running is a big question among the older generation of people.  Many are unable to run but not sure if they are getting the same results by walking.  So how fast do you have to walk then?  Regina Boyle Wheeler from the HealthDay Reporter has written an article on what […]

Dog Allergies: How to Make It Work Between You and Your Best Friend

 August 26, 2019

National Dog Day is an annual celebration encouraging dog ownership of all breeds. However, studies show that a whopping 15 percent of the population is allergic to pets — including dogs. One study revealed that even if advised to give up their dog by a doctor, only one of five people did (who even is […]

Vitamin E More Than A Vitamin?

 August 25, 2019

Vitamin E is a group of fat-soluble vitamins with antioxidant effects that fight free radicals.  These are electrons that have broken off from an atom and have been linked to many health conditions such as from cancer to premature aging.  Vitamin E oil can be applied directly to the skin or can be added to […]

Stop That Craving!

 August 16, 2019

Have you ever had a night that right before bedtime, you all of a sudden started craving ice cream or something else to eat? You tell yourself that you know it’s not good to be eating that late, especially junk food. However, all of a sudden you find yourself gobbling it down anyway. Your taste […]

Preventing Foot Pain

 August 15, 2019

Did you know that we are likely to walk more than 100,000 miles over the course of our lives?  That would be about the same as circling the earth 4X at the equator, but even as important as your feet are, it’s so very easy to neglect them….at least until they start to hurt!   […]