Health Newsletters & Daily Tips

  • 2019 Flu Season, H3N2 | Natural Health Newsletter
    - 3/16/2019

    Instead of peaking in February, the incidence of flu this year is still climbing. Even worse, having had the flu once this year may not protect you from getting it again as it has changed strains.

  • Dangers of Glyphosate | Health Blog
    - 3/2/2019

    While you've been looking elsewhere, the use of glyphosate has grown and grown and grown, and is continuing to grow, at astonishing rates.

  • 2019 Update on Ebola | Natural Health Newsletter
    - 2/16/2019

    The danger from Ebola does not lie where you might think. If you’re not concerned, it’s because you’re looking at it all wrong.

  • Combating Work Burnout | Natural Health Newsletter
    - 2/2/2019, burnout is omnipresent, affecting people across all spectrums and in almost all professions.

  • Studies on Vitamin D and Fish Oil | Natural Health Newsletter
    - 1/19/2019

    Don't believe new studies that claim to show that neither fish oil nor vitamin D lower the incidence of heart disease or cancer.

  • Truth Behind Studies | Natural Health Newsletter
    - 1/5/2019

    Let's start the New Year with something a little bit different--a scientific study unlike any you've seen before.

  • Increasing Allergies Epidemic | Natural Health Newsletter
    - 11/17/2018

    Not only is the number of people with food allergies rising, it would seem the number of foods to which they are allergic is also growing.

  • - 11/3/2018

    In the end, we can sum up the latest hullabaloo about detoxing as an inaccurate interpretation of a valid study by a mainstream nutritionist aided and abetted by bad journalism.

  • Carbohydrates & Dieting | Natural Health Blog
    - 10/20/2018

    Making smart dietary choices—including eating adequate amounts of healthy carbohydrates--gives you much better odds of living a long, healthy life.

  • Low-Dose Aspirin Not Protective | Heart Health Newsletter
    - 10/6/2018

    Major study shows there is no protective benefit from a regimen of low-dose aspirin -- but it does increase your risk of dangerous bleeds.