A beginner’s guide to crystals

A beginner’s guide to crystals

By using your intuition, you will be able to feel the energy that a crystal gives off and with practice, will know its properties and characteristics.Many people like to carry a crystal tumblestone around in their pocket to keep the energy of the stone with them throughout the day.

Cancer and circadian rhythm: Can chronotherapy benefit patients with cancer?

Cancer and circadian rhythm: Can chronotherapy benefit patients with cancer?

The body’s circadian clock oversees several processes that are critical for healthy cell function, according to Michael Breus, a licensed sleep specialist and the author of the article.

Chronic Rhinosinusitis May Soon be Treatable with Medication

Chronic Rhinosinusitis May Soon be Treatable with Medication

CRS is a condition hard to treat with medication.The researchers observed sixty individuals with CRS and nasal polyps.Upon the completion of the study the researchers found 50% of the individuals had a reduction in symptoms.

Monsanto Article Retracted

Monsanto Article Retracted

"In directing the focus onto IARC, Kabat is distracting us from what is supposed to be the focus of his article — the findings of the new meta-analysis showing a link between glyphosate and Non-Hodgkin lymphoma ," GMWatch states.

Better digestion // what works for me

Better digestion // what works for me

Some ideas for exercises are: Start the day with a light meal that can be broken down easily .

Anti-Inflammatory Supplements: 10 That Really Work

Anti-Inflammatory Supplements: 10 That Really Work

The Top 10 Anti-Inflammatory Supplements and Nutrients A diet focused on vegetables, fruits, fish, olive oil, nuts and whole grains can reduce inflammation. Sure, it may not be as therapeutically effective as the anti-inflammatory supplements listed above, but research has found that a little bit of dark chocolate reduces systemic inflammation and boosts your heart health.

Doctors Break Patients Trust by Not Discussing Vaccine Safety

Doctors Break Patients Trust by Not Discussing Vaccine Safety

Increasingly, parents are left feeling belittled or threatened by their children's doctors should they so much as question the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) vaccination schedule.

Is Parkinson’s Disease a Gut Problem?

Is Parkinson’s Disease a Gut Problem?

The study, which was conducted at the Van Andel Research Institute in Grand Rapids, Michigan, found that Parkinson’s disease may be triggered, at least for some people, by a gut protein that collects in the appendix.1 These findings were based on an analysis of the medical records of close to 1.7 million men and women in Sweden’s national health database, going back as far as 1964.

Consumer Reports takes wide, mostly critical view of 'natural cures'

Consumer Reports takes wide, mostly critical view of 'natural cures'

·       The writers point to American Health Association research finding that omega-3s “might” help people with a history of heart disease, but also state that “there wasn’t enough evidence to show whether they improved cardiac health in people without existing heart problems.” No mention is made of the fact that upwards of 80 percent of American’s don’t eat the AHA-recommended two servings a week of fish, a primary omega-3 source.