Newsletter Archive – 2008
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!
If you had your gallbladder removed several years ago and just haven’t felt the same since. What can you do?
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.
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.
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.
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?
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.
You mention that you don’t like most vegetable oils for cooking. What oils should I use?
Do you consider the oil in flax seeds to be superior or inferior to fish oil? Some experts say Fish oil is better and that Flax oil is bad.
Question and Answer about Vasacor, the all-natural formula which supposedly targets the two types of cholesterol; LDL and HDL.
Quick simple advice for someone who recently had quadruple bypass surgery and links to other reports.
Organic produce seems to be suffering rapid fire body blows. You can have germ free chemically grown, irradiated produce that will not kill you now, but will contribute to your long term decline. Or, have nutrient packed, life sustaining organic produce.
To naturally manage cholesterol levels, you might want to read Lessons from the Miracle Doctors. It’s almost a specific course in getting heart conditions under control.
Everything in moderation is generally a pretty good motto to live by. But now, new research suggests that even one daily drink might be detrimental to your health.
Question: Should I be iodized or non-iodized sea salt? A good quality sea salt like Celtic Sea Salt will actually contain more natural iodine per gram than iodized table salt.
Major study shows there is no protective benefit from a regimen of low-dose aspirin — but it does increase your risk of dangerous bleeds.
New research suggests that for one form of early onset Alzheimer’s, we might be able to postpone symptoms by getting enough physical activity.
Even a small amount of the sugar substitute Xylitol can trigger a significant insulin release, which experts believe causes a drop in a dog’s blood sugar level. The decline in blood sugar can be fatal.
CBD, also known as cannabidiol, can be extracted from either hemp or cannabis (marijuana) plants. Is it good for you?
Coffee enemas in particular, they can be of great benefit in detoxing since they have the ability to open the bile ducts and stimulate the liver.
Even the most confident of us occasionally feel awkward in social situations, especially meeting people for the first time. But new research suggests you probably made a better impression than you think.
October is National Vegetarian Month, but even if you’re a die-hard meat eater, there are plenty of ways for you to celebrate.
New studies show that childhood trauma has such a profound effect on a child’s physiology that they continue to affect mental and physical health long into adulthood.
Each year, more than 140,000 die from that stroke in the U.S. However, new research suggests there is an easy way to protect ourselves from stroke, and all it takes is some dietary changes.