Posted Tue, 2012/07/31 - 20:02 by Fred LeeThe ancient art of Tai Chi has been found to not only calm the mind, but scientists believe that regular practice can actually increase the size of the brain and potentially reduce the risk for dementia and Alzheimer's disease.
Posted Mon, 2012/07/30 - 22:12 by Fred LeeA compound in a resin found in honeybee hives has been shown to arrest the growth of prostate cancer cells.
Posted Mon, 2012/07/23 - 20:45 by Fred LeeA new study has found that moderate consumption of alcohol may reduce bone loss in post-menopausal women, thus reducing their risk for osteoporosis.
Posted Thu, 2012/06/28 - 21:59 by Fred LeeIn addition to lowering our quality of life, loneliness can adversely affect our physical well-being and may even compromise our cardiovascular health.
Posted Wed, 2012/06/27 - 23:18 by Fred LeeA study has found that regular consumption of broiled or baked fish help to protect the structural gray matter of the brain, thus reducing a person's risk for dementia and Alzheimer's disease.
Posted Fri, 2012/06/08 - 20:22 by Fred LeeIn addition to the number of known benefits for body and mind, researchers are finding that exercise may be just as effective as medication in reducing the suffering caused by migraine headaches.
Posted Fri, 2012/05/25 - 20:38 by Fred LeeRegular consumption of sweetened sodas is not only bad for your teeth and may cause unwanted weight increase, but it may increase your risk for stroke, as well.
Posted Tue, 2012/05/15 - 20:48 by Fred LeeIn what may seem like wishful thinking, eating dark chocolate may have tangible and legitimate health benefits.
Posted Fri, 2012/05/11 - 02:20 by amybscherMy Six Things Not To Do When You're Trying To Heal From Chronic Illness comes from my own experience with chronic illness which included both Lyme disease and severe painful periods (endometriosis, fibroids, polyps and more not so fun stuff!). I'm sharing here with you in hopes you will recognize if these are playing a part in your life. And of course, if they are, I hope you will do something about it!