Do you remember how it feels to fall in love?
In those early days of a new romantic relationship, we think of our new love night and day and everything seems right with the world.
It turns out these feelings of well-being not only affect our emotions, but also our perception… read more »
Inflammation is an important defense mechanism by which our body responds to infection or injury. However, serious problems arise when the inflammatory response gets out of control.
Uncontrolled inflammation directly contributes to diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, Alzheimer’s disease, multiple sclerosis, and sepsis among many others. But the real killer from… read more »
Spinal decompression has a 2,000 year track record of relieving back and neck pain. If you’re one of the millions of people with some kind of pain along your spine it could be just the answer you’re looking for.
But don’t make the mistake of assuming all forms of spinal… read more »
By Al Sears, MD
We all know sunshine is the cure if you don’t get enough vitamin D in your diet, right? Well, not so fast … sunshine isn’t always enough.
The problem is that even when it’s sunny you might not get enough vitamin D. In a study from the city… read more »
When you suffer from back pain, beginning a new exercise routine is the last thing on your mind. But did you know that yoga is a great alternative exercise to relieve back pain? Think about it, calming yet strenuous yoga to help you relax your mind and your body. Sounds… read more »
So one day I was doing some research for a new article about pain relief and I come across a shocking claim…
The author, Dr. Floyd Chilton claims that 30 different major diseases and health conditions are all the result of one single cause…
I know, it sounds a bit hard… read more »
By Jesse Cannone, CPT, CPRS, MFT
The great bastion of (ahem) public health and safety known as the United States Environmental Protection Agency, continues to push forward the highly carcinogenic neurotoxin methyl iodide as an approved fumigant for… produce.
Yes, you read right. Carcinogenic. Neurotoxin. On your food. Government approved and… read more »
By Mark Hyman, MD
The slow insidious displacement of home cooked and communally shared family meals by the industrial food system has fattened our nation and weakened our family ties. In 1900, 2 percent of meals were eaten outside the home. In 2010, 50 percent were eaten away from home… read more »
By Steve Chandler
I first saw the fun and benefit of this when my good friend Duane Black solved the equation on two flipcharts in front of a grateful gathering of leaders.
Here it is: When you are positive (picturing the math sign: +), you add something to any conversation or… read more »
While your spine runs through your neck as well as your back, herniated discs are rarely the cause of neck pain. Far more often it’s caused by muscle imbalances in the upper back and neck and myofascial trigger points.
Getting permanent relief from this type of pain requires restoring the… read more »