Newsletter Archive – 2013
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!
According to a study out of Oxford University, people who exercise together increase their pain threshold and physical endurance by a huge margin.
New research shows that people with children are only happier than those without children when their kids no longer live at home
New research shows that children’s intelligence may be negatively affected by their mother’s exposure to fluoride during pregnancy.
Research shows that mercury levels in some fish are still increasing, despite lower levels in our oceans. Learn what you can do.
New research suggests that far more people are allergic to sesame than was previously estimated. Learn why and how to avoid it.
The medical community is hypocritical when it mocks all forms of detoxing practiced within the alternative health community.
Claiming, as does the WebMD article, that 13,000 studies supporting the benefit of probiotics in improving health is not enough to give us some sense of surety, seems, to say the least, a bit contrarian
Understand why your body ages and what lifestyle changes you can make to naturally slow the aging process.
Learn about natural remedies that slow down the aging process at a cellular level.
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.
Warm seawater breeds flesh-eating bacteria. As seas get warmer each year with global warming, more cases are reported along beaches as far north as Delaware. Learn how to protect yourself.
According to new research, continuing to learn is what we should all be doing to keep our brains in tip-top shape as we age.
Just like people, when the weather is hot, pets can get heat stroke. Learn how to quickly cool down your cat or dog and how to avoid UV rays and hot pavements.
New research suggests that a broken heart, or any emotional trauma, might contribute to the development of cancer. Learn why and what you can do.
Even if you’re relatively young and not overweight, you can still develop heart problems. But new research suggests that a potential key to lowering your risk might be as simple as cutting back on your daily calories.
Misdiagnosis today: only 12 percent of patients receive a correct diagnosis. Four million in the US may die or suffer permanent injury annually due to misdiagnosis.