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The Best Himalayan Salt Inhaler

Whether it is Dr. Oz, Oprah, or your local health food store – everyone seems to be talking about Himalayan salt air inhalers. Many people are asking which style of Himalayan salt inhaler is best to use, where they can find a good recommendation, or if it really...

Environmental Causes Of Cancer – Obama’s Advisors Speak Out

An expert panel of Presidential advisers recently spoke out about the many effects that environmental pollutions have in causing cancer. In their 230 page report titled “Reducing Environmental Cancer Risk: What We Can Do Now,” President Obama’s...

UVA Not The Cause of Melanoma Skin Cancer

Scientists from The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center have just released a new study about the correlation of UVA light and melanoma skin cancer. Test results show that UVA exposure does not actually cause this deadly form of skin cancer. Since the ealry...

Sweating and Safe Detox

The blogosphere has been buzzing with talk about the the possible dangers of saunas, sweat lodges, and steam rooms. This has led to people doubting whether or not sweating is a valid method to get a good detox. For years saunas have been regarded as a reliable way to...

HEALTHandMED Now Carries All of the Nutriplex Whole Food Formulas

We now carry all of the Nutriplex line of nutritional supplements.  That is really something to be excited about! What’s so great about them is that they are the only company that has 100% whole food products with no isolates (not separated/isolated from natural...

Vitamin D Effects MS Brain Atrophy, Cognitive Function

Studies conducted by neurologists at the University at Buffalo have shown a direct link between vitamin D levels and the brain function of people with multiple sclerosis. The findings were reported earlier this month at the American Academy of Neurology meeting....

Obesity Associated With Risk of Fibromyalgia

Scientists at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology have discovered a link between the amount of physical exercise, leisure time and a future risk of developing fibromyalgia. They also found that having a normal body mass index (BMI) was an integral part...

Junk Food, Phosphates & Premature Aging

Research showing the connection between junk food consumption and premature death is hardly revolutionary, but the latest study coming out of the Harvard School of Dental Medicine is giving more specifics on how this occurs. The study by M. Shawkat Razzaque, M.D.,...

Grapes Fight Heart Disease, Diabetes.

Recent experiments are showing a connection between eating grapes and a reduced risk of getting diabetes and heart disease. Scientists at the University of Michigan Health System have been exploring whether or not the natural elements found in grapes can actually...

Negative Ions Improve Health

The health of most Americans is severely impacted by the ever worsening state of our indoor air quality. The day to day health of a person is impacted by the continual outgassing coming from paint, carpet and other toxic chemicals found in most households. A growing...