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!
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.
It is essential to do something to ease your stress. And achieving that relief might even be easier than you realize. According to new research, all it may take is a little time spent in nature.
Eating mixed nuts daily in combination with a Mediterranean diet may reduce cardiovascular risk by 70%.
Acne is a fact of life for many people, affecting between 40 and 55 percent of adults over the age of 18. Many natural acne treatments are available, all of which are safe to use and prevent further breakouts. See our full list…
Switching out some of the saturated fat in a person’s diet for a handful of walnuts a day just might add up to a big difference over time in cardiovascular risk.
If you have a red, painful sunburn, take heart. Here’s a list of eight natural home remedies that can ease your discomfort and help your sunburn resolve more quickly.
Tomato juice is a great source of antioxidants like lycopene, and a cup a day may lower the risk of heart disease.
Inflammatory arthritis and gout sufferers, take note. You may be able to fight the inflammation related to your condition with blueberries. They are a healthy superfood and associated with a considerable reduction in inflammation.
Should you wear a mask in public or not? Do we end the quarantine ASAP or in a measured way? Is the virus real or just a hoax? How many dead people can fit on the head of a pin? Jon covers it all…