Turmeric Could be the “Perfect Painkiller”

A 2016 study thoroughly investigated the effectiveness of turmeric as a painkiller, and found that it significantly (and safely!) reduced pain. This conclusive analysis...
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Can Running Help You Live Longer?

Running Helps You Live Longer—and it Only Takes a Little!  If you want to live longer, it’s time to lace up your running shoes! According...

Running May Slow Down the Aging Process

As we grow older, our maximum aerobic capacity declines. What this means is that we don’t take in and transport as much oxygen as...

5-Minute Health Tip: Increase Health and Longevity with Ground Therapy

If our primitive ancestors saw us now, “protecting” our delicate feet with synthetic soles that keep us disconnected from the earth, they’d probably think...
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Beware of Aspartame

Aspartame May Get a Cancer Label  Aspartame has received plenty of criticism for its negative health effects—which we detail below. But now, it’s in the...
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You’re Likely Deficient in Vitamin D—Here’s What to Do About It

A clinical review published in April in The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association found that up to a billion people worldwide don’t have...
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Love Your Red Hot Chili Peppers and Live to be 100!

If you love spicy food, you’re in luck – it seems that spice may be the secret to extending your lifespan! Researchers at the...

5-Minute Health Tip: Eat Your Citrus Fruits

Oranges, limes, and lemons contain three antioxidants that a recent study suggests can help protect against oxidative damage, reduce liver damage, and help manage...

Is Cancer A Result of Eating Too Few Apricots?

The 'apricot connection' may surprise you, but some so-called experts would have you believe that cancer is caused by a laetrile deficiency... and that...
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High-Protein Diet Linked to Heart Failure Risk in Older Women

According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), heart failure afflicts 5.7 million Americans, and accounted for 1 of every 9 deaths in 2009....