Newsletter Archive – 2007
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!
A Barron Report on how natural colon detox — also known as a colon cleanse — can improve intestinal health and prevent digestive disorders, diverticular disease or irritable bowel syndrome.
It’s so convenient to read a book on your Kindle, computer, or other device. But is it healthy? Is a Kindle better than an iPad for your eyes?
According to new research that suggests organic foods can help provide protection from cancer, that extra money may be well worth it in the end.
In the end, we can sum up the latest hullabaloo about detoxing as an inaccurate interpretation of a valid study by a mainstream nutritionist aided and abetted by bad journalism.
There is another reason to dislike the windy, wintry weather that will soon be upon us. New research suggests that cold weather could mean trouble for your heart.
Did you grow up in a large family with several siblings? You might end up with a major, unexpected health benefit according to new research.
Keeping mentally active protects against dementia. Do crossword puzzles; listen to classical music; learn a new language; go back to school, whatever it takes.
When the pointer (index) finger is longer than the ring finger, research now says it could link to your sexuality and personality.
We’ve got good news for you if you suffer from rosacea: a new study suggests that coffee might actually help you in the fight against rosacea.
In most documented cases in which any benefits were associated with laetrile, the laetrile was used as part of a comprehensive protocol that included detoxing, an extremely clean raw diet, and a high level of supplementation.
Urinary tract infections are often difficult to get rid of and can easily spread to the kidneys. You need to knock the infection out, acidify the urine, and use D-Mannose to carry any E coli out of the urinary tract.
Whatever benefits radiation therapy may have in terms of treating cancer, it is profoundly damaging to the tissues, cells, and genetic structure of the human body, not to mention, if nothing else, it is a known carcinogen.
Restless legs syndrome (RLS) is a neurological disorder characterized by unpleasant sensations in the legs and an uncontrollable urge to move them for relief.
My grandson is four years old and has high levels of lead. Can he use something like a Metal Magic formula to remove the lead?
Making smart dietary choices—including eating adequate amounts of healthy carbohydrates–gives you much better odds of living a long, healthy life.
According to new research, even if you are careful and only stick with certain safe brands of nail polish, you could still be exposing yourself to toxic chemicals.
According to a study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, the consumption of cola soft drinks is associated with significantly lower bone mineral density.
If you had your gallbladder removed several years ago and just haven’t felt the same since. What can you do?
Any woman who has ever experienced a urinary tract infection (UTI) knows once is more than enough. However, new research suggests you may have an answer right in your own kitchen.
If you drink more than eight drinks per week (16 for men), you may experience symptoms of alcohol withdrawal upon stopping. Learn more…
More and more women are now opting for voluntary breast removal (bilateral prophylactic mastectomy) after testing positive for what is being called ‘the breast cancer gene.
It’s certainly no surprise that stress can contribute to illness, but it turns out that certain types of stress are far more likely to get you sick than others.
Gynecomastia, male breast enlargement, results from an altered estrogen-androgen balance. Surprisingly, it is quite common in men, being present in 30% to 50% of healthy men. What can you do?
Spinal stenosis is a narrowing of the spine, either in the center of the spine, in the canals where the nerves branch out, or in the spaces between the vertebrae.
New research shows that making good health choices might just be a matter of finding the right perspective to get yourself back on track and stay there.