What You Need to Know About Doping

Doping is in the news again. In just a few days, the 2018 Winter Olympic Games will kick off in South Korea.

Are Churchgoers Healthier?

You probably go to your doctor, or maybe even Google, for health-related questions and concerns. But did you know that your local church may be a great vehicle for delivering health information and benefits to the communities they serve? For people who regularly attend church, it is a natural point of reference, a place of trust, comfort and consistency.

Your Wellness Program Should Involve Time in the Sun

Have you ever considered what would happen if the sun disappeared?

3 Nutrients Women May Need When They Exercise

If you are a young woman who is an athlete or simply looking to improve exercise performance, listen up!

Cayenne Pepper, a Healthy Food That’s Worth the Kick

The health benefits of cayenne peppers are touted all over the Internet. There is the cayenne cleanse for losing weight or curing digestive problems. It is reportedly good for constipation, allergies, gas and even hypertension. One health professional even stated that “'you can normalize blood pressure in three months with garlic, but when you add enough cayenne, it can happen in three days.”

Parkinson’s Adds Another Great to Its List- Be Proactive

Singer Neil Diamond kicked off his 50 Year Anniversary World Tour in April of 2017. The 77-year-old Grammy winner and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee was going strong and giving fans what they wanted, stellar performances with his greatest hits like “Sweet Caroline” and “America.”

The Secret to Pain Management Starts with Diet

Pain management can be a daunting task. If you are a Tom Petty fan, you had to be saddened by his recent death in October, 2017 from his unsuccessful attempt at managing his pain with opioids. He was just 66-years-old.

When Life Gives You Lemons, Smile!

Here is one instance where life gives you lemons, and it’s actually a good thing. You don’t even have to make lemonade.

Improve The Taste of Your Food Without Sodium. Try Rosemary

Sodium is a mineral that significantly improves the taste of your food. “Sodium improves the sensory properties of foods, by increasing saltiness, decreasing bitterness, and increasing sweetness and other congruent flavor effects,” according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

What Do Your White Blood Cells Have To Do With The Flu?

As part of your annual physical, your doctor may order a complete blood count (CBC) to evaluate your overall health. This is a very important test that measures your white blood cells. Your white blood cells play a critical role in your fight against the flu and other viruses and infections. Think of your white blood cells as being “immune system cells.” You want to have the optimal number of these cells to ensure you are in the best position to combat viruses and infections.

Healthy Parents, Healthy Kids

As parents we often forget that if we are not healthy, neither will our children be. Healthy parents make healthy kids.

Mint, A Healthy Food That Is Most Often Forgotten

Some healthy foods are sometimes hidden right beneath our noses. Mint, is one of those foods.

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