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Symptoms of Caffeine Withdrawal—Worse Than Headaches

Do you have a caffeine addiction? It's not uncommon. As little as 100 milligrams of caffeine a day, the amount in about 12 ounces of coffee, can lead to symptoms of caffeine withdrawal — e.g., headaches and marked fatigue—when caffeine consumption is discontinued. Higher daily doses of caffeine (the average … Read More

Vitamin D Deficiency Symptoms You Can Identify

Vitamin D Deficiency Symptoms Vitamin D deficiency symptoms have been linked to numerous health problems, including heart disease, depression, and even cancer.[1] Here are 10 signs you're not getting enough vitamin D: Depression or anxiety Bone softening (low bone density) or fractures Fatigue and generalized weakness Muscle cramps and weakness … Read More

Early Flu Symptoms: Common Warning Signs—and How to React

Every year, between 5 percent and 20 percent of the U.S. population contracts the influenza virus, tens of thousands are hospitalized, and thousands die from flu-related illness, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Therefore, it’s critically important to recognize the first symptoms of flu—and seek medical attention quickly. Waiting for … Read More

What’s the Right Vitamin D Level?

We know we need vitamin D: It contributes to healthy muscles and bones and also plays a role in our mental well-being. In fact, new research from The Irish Longitudinal Study on Aging (TILDA) at Trinity associates vitamin D deficiency with a substantially increased risk of depression—more than 75 percent—over … Read More

Oregano Oil May Lower Cholesterol Naturally

Herbs and spices have long been used for culinary purposes as well as medicinal reasons. But one herb in particular ranks high above the rest when it comes to lowering cholesterol naturally: oregano. Oregano was first used by the ancient Greek physicians who prescribed it for a variety of ailments. In … Read More

Coronavirus and Eye Health: Keep your Guard Up

A recent study evaluating patients with COVID-19 revealed that while the tears of the majority of infected patients tested were clear of virus, samples taken from the back of the nose and throat were brimming with COVID-19. According to the authors of the study, which was published online in Ophthalmology, their findings show … Read More

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