Newsletter Archive – 2009
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!
By supplementing the diet with D-Glucarate, we can block glucuronidase activity, and the body can rid itself of carcinogens, thus inhibiting the onset of many forms of cancer, including lung, breast, prostate, and colon.
Valentine’s Day isn’t always the easiest of holidays. If you’re in a relationship, then you may gorge on pounds of chocolates. If not, you might feel lonely and gorge on comfort foods. Read some healthy tips!
A new study found that the air pollution produced by cruise ships may be hazardous to the passengers and staff, as well as residents of the port communities in which they dock
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.
We all know that stress causes headaches, anxiety, insomnia, and other health problems. Research states that stress can even result in serious damage to the immune system. How to avoid stress?
As we get older, we may lose muscle mass. If left unchecked, this kind of slow decline can leave the body in a frail state and is associated with cognitive problems as well.
According to new research, the key to not giving in to junk food cravings might be to just stand there and keep sniffing. Read more…
Although men and women report similar stress levels, a 2016 study reported that two times as many women experience severe stress and anxiety compared to men. Why is that and what can you do?
Recent research has discovered that lack of sleep can more than double your risk of death from cardiovascular disease. It also shows that people who sleep 8 hours or more are also more than twice as likely to die, but from non-cardiovascular diseases. Both too little and too much sleep are unhealthy.
https://www.jonbarron.org/doctors-and-drugs/your-doctor-suicidalToday, burnout is omnipresent, affecting people across all spectrums and in almost all professions.
We all know that sitting all day long is bad for your health. But to counter the damage done by that sedentary behavior, you may not need to spend hours exerting yourself. Find out how much you really need…
Type 2 diabetes is a serious disease that can take a major toll on your body. And now, new research suggests that diabetes may affect the state of your mental health.
If you are tired of brain training games, there are other things you can do that are more surefire ways to smarten up.
While flossing is important to keep your teeth and gums in good shape and disease free, new research suggests that—depending on the products you use—you might be doing more harm than good.
Today, one out of every four adults checks his or her cell phone less than a minute after waking up. Why? And is this healthy?
If your job is at risk, it might hurt more than your bottom line. New research suggests that financial instability can damage your heart.
Don’t believe new studies that claim to show that neither fish oil nor vitamin D lower the incidence of heart disease or cancer.
If you had a stroke and survived the ordeal, you’d do everything in your power to get healthier, right? Unfortunately, while that might seem like the most rational plan, new research shows that more survivors are doing the opposite.
This time of year can bring on the doldrums in a lot of people. But if your blues are occurring more often, it is possible that you’re experiencing Seasonal Affective Disorder.
In cities where air pollution is a bad problem, it has been linked to cognitive decline. And now, new research suggests that heavy air pollution might begin doing damage to the brain in early childhood.
If you ask 10 people on the street if they’ve ever had an MSG reaction, at least half will probably say yes. If this is you, how do you avoid MSG?
New research may suggest that sustaining a robust love life into your golden years can help you feel good all-around.
The belief that over the years, life and passion leave a relationship may be wrong. Recent studies have investigated what actually happens to relationships over time…
Let's start the New Year with something a little bit different--a scientific study unlike any you've seen before. Scientific studies--and especially clinical trials--are considered the gold standard for the evaluation of most new medical treatments. If a treatment is...
If you occasionally overlook breakfast, you might want to rethink your morning schedule to reduce your risk for diabetes.
A recent study found that people actually buy more high-calorie foods at the supermarket between January and March than they do during other months of the year.