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Understanding (the hormone) Vitamin D

Understanding (the hormone) Vitamin D

Vitamin D is a fat-soluble hormone which your body produces naturally when exposed to the sun. There... »

WHOOP: Metrics with a Meaning

WHOOP: Metrics with a Meaning

The amount of sleep you receive each night plays a fundamental role in so many facets of your life. ... »

Can Dairy Cause Issues?

Can Dairy Cause Issues?

If you experience regular bloating, acne flare-ups, unexplained fatigue, painful and noisy indigesti... »

Understanding “Chronic Lyme”: How the Infections Work

Understanding “Chronic Lyme”: How the Infections Work

According to the CDC, the traditional treatment for Lyme disease in adults is a 14-day antibiotic th... »

Bulimia: A Cycle of Restriction, Self-Hate, and Silence

Bulimia: A Cycle of Restriction, Self-Hate, and Silence

More than 30 million people in the United States will suffer from an eating disorder. Of those suffe... »

Key To Achieving Wellness? “Tracking” Progress

Key To Achieving Wellness? “Tracking” Progress

Integrative Wellness plans include nutrition, exercise, recovery and good tracking of these elements... »

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5 Drugs That Treat And Manage Alzheimer’s Symptoms

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What Are CBD Creams? – Everything You Need To Know!

What Are CBD Creams? – Everything You Need To Know!

You’ve probably seen CBD products hitting the shelves of lots of your regular stores, and you might be wondering what it is and wh... »

The Role Of Arabidopsis Thaliana Extract In Cosmetics

The Role Of Arabidopsis Thaliana Extract In Cosmetics

Did you know that the Arabidopsis thaliana plant is used in the cosmetic industry? It’s true! This plant is known for its anti-inf... »

Food Safety Recalls: U.S. System Leaves Consumers Vulnerable

Food Safety Recalls: U.S. System Leaves Consumers Vulnerable

With few federal regulations, it’s up to grocery and convenience stores to decide if and when they notify customers about a ... »

Electronic ‘nudges’ may improve safety in opioid prescribing among California doctors, study finds

Electronic ‘nudges’ may improve safety in opioid prescribing among California doctors, study finds

On-screen prompts for prescribers decreased long-term, high-dose opioid prescriptions and increased orders for a lifesaving opioid... »

Sperm Counts Rebound When Obese Men Shed Pounds

Sperm Counts Rebound When Obese Men Shed Pounds

However, men need to keep the weight off to maintain the improved sperm count. »

Lower Incomes May Mean Lower Survival After Heart Attack

Lower Incomes May Mean Lower Survival After Heart Attack

New research shows that those with lower incomes have significantly lower chances of living through a severe heart event. »

Clinical Trial Upgrades Will Open Care Up to More People

Clinical Trial Upgrades Will Open Care Up to More People

For nearly 80 years, clinical trials have formed the backbone of medicine advancing life-saving medications. And despite unquestio... »

Has your food been chemically altered? New database of 50,000 products provides answers

Has your food been chemically altered? New database of 50,000 products provides answers

Northeastern experts are taking the mystery out of what we eat. »

Rising rates of people experiencing homelessness in rural areas call for increased WASH-access, particularly among women

Rising rates of people experiencing homelessness in rural areas call for increased WASH-access, particularly among women

In the United States, 2.3 to 3.5 million people experience homelessness every year. While homelessness is often considered an urba... »

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