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!
Celery juice is trending, to the tune of over 35,000 recent Instagram endorsements and 62 million Google results. Should you join the latest health craze?
Anticholinergic drugs, used to treat allergies, depression, gastrointestinal problems, have been linked to an increased risk of dementia.
A new wearable device using electromagnetic energy shows great promise in not only stopping but also reversing the effects of Alzheimer’s Disease.
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.
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.
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.
According to a study out of Oxford University, people who exercise together increase their pain threshold and physical endurance by a huge margin.
Research shows that mercury levels in some fish are still increasing, despite lower levels in our oceans. Learn what you can do.
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.
Researchers have found that an antioxidant in green tea works to counter antibiotic resistance.
Understanding pandemics throughout history and what we have learned from them. Let’s look at what today’s data really means and how you can protect yourself from COVID-19.
New research shows that pharmaceutical drugs, such as acid inhibitors, for heartburn may worsen allergies. Learn some natural remedies.
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.
Allergies are increasing at an exponential rate, with 50 million in the US affected each year and up to 30 percent of the world’s population affected by seasonal allergies. Learn about natural allergy solutions!
Time spent in nature makes our troubles feel less troubling, and in fact, studies show that immersion in nature has real power to heal both body and mind.
New research shows that exposure to polluted air may increase aggressive behavior.
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.
New research links older people’s use of hearing aids with lower risks of dementia, depression, anxiety, and dangerous falls.
According to new research, a common food additive might be contributing to health and weight problems.