New research shows a 50% to 75% increase in gastrointestinal bleeding among those taking antidepressants, even when the drugs are taken for as little as 7 days.
A reader forwarded me this letter written by a chronic pain sufferer who found relief on a gluten-free diet. With his permission, I'm sharing this letter with you.
Part 2 of this article on gluten sensitivity outlines a self-care plan which should help nearly anyone whose digestive tract is reactive to the gluten protein found in wheat.
If you're contemplating hip replacement surgery, here are some facts to consider.
Adam Frank's editorial in the NY Times about the politicalization of science. Does it get you feeling outraged, too?
Many are finding health renewal in adopting a gluten-free eating approach. Could you benefit from eliminating gluten from your diet?
My colleague George Russell fields questions about pillows and how to get the most out of a night's sleep.
Which professional group contributes the most to the prevention of cardiovascular disease? Check out the answer to today's quiz.
There's much more to fitness than just muscle strength and cardiac endurance. Here are a few simple balance challenges to incorporate into your daily life.
Dr. Karen Erickson offers simple guidelines for health.
As our scientific knowledge of tendon problems grows, chiropractic principles of treatment are proving effective.
The American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons now recommends against the use of hyaluronic acid (Synvisc) injections for arthritic knees. That doesn't leave many proven options for people with knee pain...
Three simple breathing exercises to help you relax and gain mental clarity.
A paper from the Canadian Medical Association Journal in 1986 describes the sad overuse of advanced medical technology, even where it hasn't proved itself to be useful.
Guest article on biofeedback for chronic pain, from expert author Dr. Lawrence Thomas, Director of The Brain Clinic.