Newsletter Archive – 2016
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!
New research suggests that regular physical activity may lower the chance of hip fractures in older women.
According to a new study, women who sleep with artificial light in their room may have a higher risk of gaining weight.
Diabetes is linked to all kinds of health issues, including nerve damage, kidney failure, and more. Can diabetes also contribute to stroke? Learn more!
During touch economic times, adult children tend to move back home. But this can impact the parent’s sense of well-being and mental health. Learn how to boost your psychological state.
Carrying excessive weight is bad for your heart, increases your risk of chronic diseases like diabetes, and might decrease your lifespan. But did you ever think that obesity could shrink your brain?
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.
New research shows that children’s intelligence may be negatively affected by their mother’s exposure to fluoride during pregnancy.
We all know that stress causes headaches, anxiety, insomnia, and other health problems. Research states that stress can even result in serious damage to the immune system. How to avoid stress?
You might want to take steps to protect yourself from any virus, especially if you are considerably overweight. Find out why…
New research suggests that far more people are allergic to sesame than was previously estimated. Learn why and how to avoid it.
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.