Toss a crimson cranberry in your mouth and an irrepressible response begins. That sweet zip followed by a puckered sour…
The connection between the pandemic and our dietary habits is undeniable. The stress of isolation coupled with a struggling economy has caused many of us to seek comfort with our old friends…
Some researchers are concerned about how the twice-a-year switch impacts our body’s physiology.
As temperatures fall, people are spending more time indoors. That heightens the risk of the coronavirus spreading, but there are some simple steps you can take to help protect yourself and everyone around you.
Studies show that within a span of a few weeks, reducing air contaminants and particulates in the air children are exposed to significantly decreases respiratory problems, such as shortness of breath…
Scientists have been warning for months that the coronavirus could be spread by aerosols – tiny respiratory droplets that people emit when they talk or sneeze and that can linger in the air.
Ultraviolet light has a long history as a disinfectant and the SARS-CoV-2…
EPA's in-house experts admitted what we already know—they have no safety data on fluoride intake and neurotoxic effects. And they agreed that recent studies confirm its harmful effects. Will this finally bring an end to water fluoridation?
A perspective based in objectivity and equality will allow caregivers to escape the antiquated blaming approach and perceive those with overweight or obese conditions in the same light as those with other diseases.
Since the onset of COVID-19—which clearly did not originate on an industrial factory farm—experts have rightly pointed out that our industrial meat and poultry production systems are breeding grounds for future pandemics.
Nearly a year before the novel coronavirus emerged, Dr. Leonardo Trasande published “Sicker, Fatter, Poorer,” a book about connections between environmental pollutants and many of the most common chronic illnesses.
Check out these top six hints to help you enjoy a deep sleep all night, every night. You’ll start feeling refreshed and ready for anything before you know it.
Is Telehealth As Good As In-person Care? A Telehealth Researcher Explains How To Get The Most Out Of Remote Health Care
COVID-19 has led to a boom in telehealth, with some health care facilities seeing an increase in its use by as much as 8,000%.
It's an unfortunate fact that health officials and pandemic response authorities, by and large, are completely ignoring the role a healthy lifestyle plays in the COVID-19 pandemic, focusing instead, almost exclusively, on the necessity for a vaccine.
While the global lockdowns for the COVID-19 pandemic have had far-reaching ramifications, not all side effects have been bad.
Like many industries, the yoga industry is facing some major upheavals due to COVID-19, with studios closing their doors, some of them permanently, and a mass transitioning of classes to online formats.
With the advent of an infectious disease outbreak, epidemiologists and public health officials quickly try to forecast deaths and infections using complex computer models.
The World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action's annual World Breastfeeding Week will take place this August 1 -7.