Don’t overlook the multitude of outstanding NAC benefits you can gain by supplementing with this remarkable natural compound—particularly if you have any type of chronic lung, respiratory, mood or brain-related condition.
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With literally billions of people traveling by air every year now, researchers are finally starting to gather and publish more data about the health risks associated with airplane travel. In terms of the common cold, it is now well-accepted that acute respiratory infections are frequently experienced after air travel. So
Diabetes With Advanced Complications Can Lead to Dementia
People with diabetes who suffer from advanced diabetic complications, such as blindness, kidney failure, and decreased blood flow in limbs (that can lead to amputation), are at greater risk of dementia as they age, according to a new, 12-year study published in the
A recent meta-analysis suggests that the ancient Chinese martial art tai chi benefits older adults with a range of long-term conditions. Originating in China as a form of martial art, tai chi—dubbed “moving meditation” by practitioners—is a series of slow, gentle movements called forms, which flow from one into another.
Less Healthy Fare in Restaurants, too
Restaurant fare can be just as unhealthful as fast food items, according to a study of 18,000 Americans. While people who dined at full-service restaurants consumed more vitamins, minerals, and omega-3s than their fast-food eating counterparts, they also took in 412 milligrams (mg) more sodium,
Where I live in Seattle, August is the perfect month to get outdoors, enjoy the sun, and do some good old-fashioned sweating. For some ultra-therapeutic sweating, I’m hoping to make it to the mountains and hike up to some hot springs this month. But I’ll also be doing some day-to-day
What is dioxin? It’s a toxic chemical that’s likely lodged in our cells at this very moment. But before you panic, know that you can prevent dioxin toxicity by taking some simple steps to avoid it in the first place. Here’s how.