Newsletter Archive – 2011
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!
Recent research suggests hornlike structures, born spurs, may grow on the skull from smartphone use. Poor posture when using smartphones may be to blame.
Seniors not only are having sex well into their golden years, but at least some are being reckless about it. Senior citizens comprise the largest population seeking medical help for sexually transmitted infections.
If you’re female and shivering inside your air-conditioned office building, it’s time to turn up the temp. New research shows that productivity and cognitive skills for women increase in warmer rooms.
DNA home health tests provide information about vulnerability to a range of hereditary diseases. But are home DNA tests safe, private, and accurate?
Learn four things about crying. Is crying healthy? Do pets cry? How does crying impact mood?
Deadly falls among the elderly are on the rise. How do we protect ourselves and our loved ones from a potentially deadly fall in our golden years?
New research suggests that heavy consumption of coffee is associated with a greater likelihood of developing heart problems. But what is too much coffee? You may be surprised.
Canola Oil: there are myths and facts about Canola oil all over the net, but that doesn’t make it true. Let’s look at these Urban myths and decide if canola oil is healthy or not.
Men can also lose bone density and experience osteoporosis. Learn some natural prevention techniques.
Chemotherapy promotes a lingering intellectual deficit. The question remains: is Chemotherapy worth the risk of the side-effects such as cognitive impairment?
Ultra-processed foods are now almost impossible to avoid, but there may be a way to minimize the damage done by those unhealthy foods that sneak their way into your diet.
A study found that physicians are more likely to give considerably more thorough care during morning appointments compared to those that take place late in the day.
We frequently talk about the importance of fasting—in which breakfast seems to absolutely be skipped. How does that fit with breakfast being the most important meal of the day?
Happiness has a significant impact on health, and given how it spreads, your own happiness has a significant impact on public health, as do your lifestyle choices.
The Liver Flush Tincture is an extremely powerful medicinal rebuilding and anti-parasitic formula, designed to be used on an as needed basis.
We are constantly barraged about the need to wear sunscreen. But popular brands of sunscreen might potentially be doing us considerable harm as well.
While many of us are thrilled that summer is here, there are certain health pitfalls that can definitely put a damper on our summer enjoyment.
A study found that hypertension, a stressful job, and insufficient sleep is a combination that may increase the likelihood of dying prematurely from heart disease.
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.
New research clarifies what’s the healthiest diet when pregnant to prevent excessive weight gain and potentially harmful problems: the Mediterranean diet.
Carnosine still stands as the single most important anti-aging ingredient available. It is the real deal.
What is better? Hand dryers or towels? There are numerous studies comparing dryers to towels and a lot of controversy on the subject. Learn more…
A new study found that the typical beard carries more germs than does dog fur. Are beards safe?
While it’s true that there are negative impacts to stopping exercise, new research suggests that certain benefits may still be sustained years later.
New research suggests that a lot of time spent on smartphones and other devices could be linked to putting on extra pounds.
New research suggests that faking a smile at work could lead to overindulging in alcohol after hours.
A new study that Alzheimer’s may be connected to leaky blood vessels in the brain.