Newsletter Archive – 2017
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!
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…
Discover five surprising health benefits that you will receive from eating corn. Celebrate National Corn on the Cob Day on June 11, and keep on celebrating it all summer.
Since May 19 is World Plant a Vegetable Garden Day, we thought this would be a good time for everyone to plant a garden. Here are six good starter suggestions.
Most commercial sunscreens carry risks, but an excellent form of skin care protection can be attained through the consumption of vitamin A.
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?
While not all forms of carbohydrates are nutritious, ultra-long-chain carbohydrates and fiber certainly are. And new research reminds us that getting adequate fiber in our diets can help keep us healthy.
Exactly what is a virus, and how does it infect you? How does your immune system defend against viruses? And, how can you boost your immune system to prepare for the coronavirus?
The best way to introduce a new, healthier lifestyle is by making small changes incrementally. But aside from making your changes one step at a time, you also might want to consider when you’re putting them into effect. According to new research, there’s a certain time of day that might be more favorable than any other.
A magnesium study published by doctors at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill suggests that getting enough magnesium could help you ward off diabetes.