Health Newsletters & Daily Tips
Although researchers are not exactly sure how it does it, ever mounting data indicates that high calcium intake increases the risk heart attacks and death.
It's been almost seven years since I devoted a newsletter to Alzheimer's disease (AD). During that time, researchers have learned a great deal--most of which confirms what I proposed back then.
Although liver flush tea is considered part of a liver detox, it provides numerous health benefits on its own and can be used independently of a formal detox.
A recent study suggests that we might be genetically encoded to have heart disease as we age. But the truth may be more complicated than that.
Despite what the medical community may feel about the practice, fasting is one of the cornerstones of many alternative health programs.
This newsletter focuses on those aspects of skeletal anatomy that will make clear how you can optimize bone health.
We conclude our series on the anatomy and physiology of human muscle by looking at how exercise builds muscle, and armed with this understanding, you will be better able to evaluate the countless exercise routines that are available to determine which one works best for you.
In this newsletter, we continue our examination of the human muscle system by exploring both the physics of muscle movement and the code that underpins muscle anatomy.
Exploring your muscles and bones is far more interesting than it first appears -- and properly taking care of them, far more involved than you might believe.
In the past few weeks, there has been a flurry of studies published about the omnipresence of dangerous fire resistant chemicals in our furniture, our homes, and our bodies.