Newsletter Archive – 2005
If you missed a recent bi-weekly newsletter from Jon Barron, don’t fret! We have archived all the health newsletters below for your convenience. Scroll topics or if you are looking for specific health information, use our search field above. More than likely, Jon covered your topic in one of these health newsletters!
Do you work the night shift? There may be health issues associated with working overnight, including new evidence that it might be linked to certain types of cancer.
Do you eat, drink, and spill in your car? Aside from the aesthetic nightmare created by driving around in a pigpen and the humiliation if discovered by your mother or your boss, you might actually be creating a health risk in your own driver’s seat, even if the car stays parked in your garage.
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Carrying excess weight at a young age opens the door to a range of health issues. One less known problem is asthma. Learn more…
People like to complain, “what’s the matter with kids today?” Is it possible that this difficult period of life has gotten even harder in recent years?
Flu season is here with a vengence. Read five quick tips to help you make wise decisions about prevention and treatment.
While it can be very nice to unwind at the end of a long day with a glass of wine, it’s important to keep in mind that this is not a calorie-free endeavor. Find out why those drinks come at such a high caloric cost.
scientists have now figured out how to grow mini human brains from scratch. While it’s “mind-blowing,” the more startling development is that some of those brains have been successfully implanted into various non-human critters!
Any vaccination, whether it’s for you or your children, should be a personal choice. (Sadly, many states are moving away from that option.) But that choice should be based on facts, not fear and emotion.
Friends are a valuable resource in so many ways emotionally and mentally. And now new research suggests that having friends might help you avoid diabetes.
What is the number one thing you can do 10 minutes before a test, lecture, speech, or anything that involves brainpower? Find out…
A new study found that greater consumption of both tomatoes and apples is associated with healthier lungs that show fewer signs of age-related damage.
According to new research, firefighters are more likely than the general public to be diagnosed with skin cancer.
Life can often be hectic, so the idea of everyone sitting down to eat dinner together might seem difficult. But if you can pull it off, it may be very much worth your while. Find out why…
Is laying about really the best course of action when you’re under the weather? If it is just a head cold, you may not want to just stay home and rest.
Time spent in nature makes our troubles feel less troubling, and in fact, studies show that immersion in nature has real power to heal both body and mind.
Tooth decay concerns? The latest research shows that gum disease appears to increase the chance of an esophageal cancer diagnosis.
Most of us deal with daily air pollution these days, but could our air quality be getting so bad that walking for exercise is no longer safe?
The younger may be getting arthritis! A new study found that of the 91 million adults that have arthritis, almost one-third of them are between the ages of 18 and 64.
Rev up your metabolism naturally by adding some spice to your life. Find out why you should add cinnamon to your daily menu.
Even though experts disagree about how often we should change our sheets, wash our towels, and launder jeans, here are some home cleaning guidelines to consider.
Sleep apnea is a serious condition that may put you at risk for many health issues…now including Alzheimer’s disease.
We all know about the CA fires, but do you know about the dangerous air quality it causes for weeks on end, exposing millions of people living throughout California to hazardous pollution?
Did you ever pass a bakery and feel the need to stop in and buy something just due to the presence of the cakes in the window? Find out why…
New research suggests that carrying belly fat might put you at increased risk if you need to have surgery.