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.
Four more research articles reinforcing the need to build health from the inside and avoid a chemicalized approach to health.
Recent research gathered from a variety of medical journals.
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.
If you’re contemplating hip replacement surgery, here are some facts to consider.
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 from Drugwatch, a consumer watchdog website, on the dangers of certain prescription medications for seniors.
It’s a tragedy that the current medical system has strayed so far from its basic mission of protecting people’s health. Financial incentives have become so skewed that they actually encourage sub-standard care.
Two recent articles offer powerful evidence.
Researchers reviewed records of 1,000 MRI’s taken of patients with low back pain and found that more than half were prescribed inappropriately.
The incidence of food allergies has been rising. What does this have to do with environmental exposure to pesticide residues?
An article on food safety and the questionable ingredients found in processed foods from “Currant Table” – a blog covering food sustainability.
Up to one-third of patients fail to fill their prescriptions and about three-quarters fall short of taking their medication as directed. Why? And what should policy-makers do about it?
A survey performed in 2003 asked people with Multiple Chemical Sensitivity what treatments worked best.
We live in an increasingly toxic world. Discover the important steps you can take to safeguard your health.