Newsletter Archive – 2018
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!
If eating with others increases your calorie consumption, should you eat alone to maintain weight loss? Not necessarily.
New research suggests that seaside living may lower the risk of developing anxiety, depression, and other psychological issues.
New research shows an increase in head and neck melanomas in young people.
Researchers have found that an antioxidant in green tea works to counter antibiotic resistance.
New research shows that menopausal night sweats are linked to difficulties in thinking and paying attention.
Sciatica is a symptom, not a diagnosis. It is a non-specific term commonly used to describe pain that radiates from the butt on down through the back or side of the leg. What can you do?
A new wearable device using electromagnetic energy shows great promise in not only stopping but also reversing the effects of Alzheimer’s Disease.
New research suggests that playing popular video games may help diagnose dementia at an early stage.
Vitamin D deficiency is widespread even among older adults living in tropical climates, and the negative effects of deficiency can be both life threatening and more pronounced in the elderly.
Based on the numbers out of Australia, it looks like a very large number of people are going to come down with the flu this year. Understand the reports and what you can do to naturally prevent the flu.
New research suggests that children delivered by C-section may be at higher risk for developing autism and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
Good news for coffee lovers! Daily consumption of coffee is linked with a lower risk of gallstones. Learn More…
New research shows that you can increase your fitness by introducing an element of competition to your exercise routine.
New research suggests that being short in height increases the likelihood that a person will develop diabetes. Is this true? What can you do about it?
New research links older people’s use of hearing aids with lower risks of dementia, depression, anxiety, and dangerous falls.
Did you know? Using mouthwash after exercise lessens the positive effects of exercise on blood pressure!
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.