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The Scent of Better Health

Having an acute sense of smell is no longer being seen as something that is nice to have, but instead a possible key player in our very health and wellness. Researchers at the University of Michigan, University of Houston, and Baylor College of Medicine have shown in...

Vitamin K and Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma

Vitamin K is revealing itself to be more than just a blood coagulant. Recent research has just come out about how it helps the the human body fight certain types of cancer. At the 101st Annual Meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR), researchers...

A Key Tool For Athletes: Portable Infrared Sauna

Portable infrared saunas are showing up in locker rooms and gyms around the country. They are being used as an integral part of pre-workout warm ups, post workout conditioning and injury recovery procedures. For athletes who want a thorough pre-workout warm-up to...

Probiotics Prevent Allergies?

It has long been known that probiotics (intestinal bacteria that have a beneficial impact on health) are an important factor in having a healthy body. What seems to be new is the notion that people who suffer from allergies can benefit from eating foods that promote...

Flue Vaccine Contraversy

Conflicting studies surrounding the effects of the seasonal flu vaccine on human immune systems are causing general confusion among health conscious citizens across the nation. The most common assertion is that seasonal flu shots increase one’s likelihood of...

Ionic Foot Detox Users Tell the Top 10 Health Benefits Received

Ed Zimney, M.D., a medical director who is well known for his editorials on HealthTalk.com, has been an information source for patients, their caregivers and medical professionals who are involved with serious diseases and health conditions. Dr. Zimney recently...

Walking Reduced Stroke Risk for Women

The Journal of the American Heart Association published a study about how the risk of having a stroke was reduced when women walked for two or more hours per week. The study included roughly 40,000 different women over ten years. Results showed that women who walked...

Death: Prescription Drug Poisoning

Prescription drug poisoning is now the 2nd leading cause of unintentional death in the U.S. Over the past 15 years the  number of deaths has steadily risen, even to the point of surpassing unintentional death by automobile accident. An article published in the ...

Protein For Breakfast

New research has just come out about the importance of having protein in our diets, especially for breakfast. Scientists have found that eggs are a particularly effective way to get protein into your diet. “There is a growing body of evidence that supports the...

Which Infrared Sauna Is The Best?

Portable infrared saunas have hit the American market with a lot of momentum, and are positioned to grow in popularity here as they have already done in Europe. This leaves most of us asking ourselves: “which portable infrared sauna should I bring home?”...