Newsletter Archive – 2015
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 has found that the shape of beverage glasses we drink from greatly influences our consumption of alcohol. Using curved glasses appears to impair perception as to just how is being consumed.
Bipolar Disorder in children has grown 20 times faster than the growth in the diagnoses of adult bipolar-disorder over the same decade.
New research suggests that metals may transfer from tattoo needles into the skin and then travel to the lymph nodes, impacting our immune system.
For PTSD patients who don’t get better using psychotherapy and/or SSRIs, MDMA has been shown to have up to an 80-percent cure rate.
While it may appear that multitasking is an efficient way to get things done, studies indicate otherwise and, in fact, show that multitasking may impair attention and memory.
Google just updated their search engine algorithm with the Google Medic Update. This update was specifically designed and created to censor alternative health websites and clobber their rankings, including Baseline Nutritionals and our Foundation. Learn more…
Research has found that antibiotics are linked to a higher chance of developing rheumatoid arthritis. Because antibiotics damage the gut microbiome, probiotics may be helpful. Learn more.
Hermetically sealing cheeses, lunch meats, and the like in plastic vacuum packs may be ramping up the potency of Listeria bacteria 100-fold.
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.
New research suggests that the virtual reality (VR) devices that you probably associate with video games or sci-fi movies could offer significant pain reduction.
The medical community is hypocritical when it mocks all forms of detoxing practiced within the alternative health community.
Experts have been working to develop artificial intelligence/robotic solutions that can read and respond to human emotion and provide companionship. Can they help with loneliness too?
Research shows that people with osteoarthritis have a greater chance of heart problems when they use NSAIDs. Learn some natural alternatives.
New research shows that pharmaceutical drugs, such as acid inhibitors, for heartburn may worsen allergies. Learn some natural remedies.
Most commercial sunscreens carry risks, but an excellent form of skin care protection can be attained through the consumption of vitamin A.