We’ve known for a long time that air pollution spells trouble for those with compromised respiratory systems - kids with asthma or adults with COPD, for instance. And pollutant...
In 10-20% of those infected with Lyme disease a normal course of antibiotics (doxycycline is most commonly used) isn't effective. And even when antibiotics are effective, they...
Medicare Advantage plans sound good, but they limit which doctors and hospitals you can use and they lock you in, making it difficult to get out.
The commonly prescribed procedure of knee replacement, though it helps many, also leads to chronic problems in a significant minority of cases.
Well, first of all, it’s got gluten in it. That’s a problem for a few people. But that’s not the focus of this article. Wheat flour - even whole wheat flour - has plenty of...
While opioid prescriptions are decreasing, the use of gabapentin and related drugs is increasing. These drugs have their dangers too.
Acetaminophen overdosing presents a significant risk to the public.
Our compulsive need for cleanliness carries with it many health risks, beginning with the toxic nature of many of the cleaning products we use in our homes on a daily basis.
Antidepressant drugs cause a dangerous 33% increase in mortality. Safer alternatives exist.
The active ingredient in Roundup, glycophosphate, damages your enzymes and contributes to chronic disease
Consolidation of health care into large hospital chains is bad for the nation’s health.
Four recent studies suggest caution in accepting certain aspects of the medical model.
The shocking epidemic of over-medication of seniors.
Does blood pressure medication make you more healthy? Allopathic doctors and chiropractors see the question differently.
An epidemic of poor sleep is walloping the nation’s health. Here’s what you can do about it…
Using NSAID’s to alleviate the pain of muscle and tendon injuries will get you back onto the field of play sooner but may lead to poorer results in the long run. Here are some alternatives….
The most common reason people call a poison hotline is the use of pain killer drugs.
The health breakthroughs we need don’t have to come from a high tech research lab. Four recent scientific articles underscore the value of common sense and public health approaches.