You may have seen the acronym but wondered, "What is NAC?" It stands for N-acetyl cysteine (NAC), a form of the amino acid L-cysteine. NAC benefits both the brain and body, which is why it has been in use as a supplement for decades. In clinical trials, supplementation with NAC … Read More
Which would you rather have—a head cold, or a chest cold? Pick your poison, right? A head cold can take you out of play for a few days, thanks to all the typical symptoms—sinus congestion, clogged ears, watery eyes, a runny nose, chapped skin on your face from … Read More
Nobody wants bad breath, and many who have it don’t know they’re afflicted—until they notice that people are standing farther and farther away when they speak. If you've ever suffered from halitosis, you’ll understand how embarrassing this condition can be. Some are so embarrassed they won’t even … Read More
There are few things more repugnant than dragon breath, especially when you’re dealing with a “close talker.” Even worse than being stifled by someone’s offensive mouth odor is having it yourself. If you or someone you’re close to (physically or emotionally) suffers from mouth stink, it’s time to find out … Read More
Anyone who’s ever had a sinus infection and felt the miserable pain it causes typically has one thought in mind: sinus pressure relief.
Fortunately, there are medications as well as simple home remedies that can ease the inflammation and infection of the sinuses associated with sinusitis. These … Read More
Snoring can be annoying for your partner, and a sign of a potentially serious medical problem for you. What causes snoring is the vibration of tissue in your airways that is made worse because of blockage in or a narrowing of the airways. It's more than just an annoying noise. It can … Read More
The dairy debate rages on. Just one week after I wrote about the benefits of whole milk vs. skim and claimed that dairy, “appears to be a neutral or even protective food for those who do not have any allergies or intolerances to any of its components,” a … Read More