America’s Most Popular Vegetable Oil May Be Bad For Your Brain

A recent study found evidence suggesting that consuming soybean oil may have a negative effect on the brain and influence neurological conditions such as autism, Alzheimer’s, anxiety and depression.

Men, You Need to Take This to Heart

There is no shortage of pH Labs blogs discussing heart disease, but I think it’s worth adding yet another one to the board considering heart disease is still the leading cause of death for both women and men in the United States.

Menopause is Inevitable, But Having Sex May Delay It

A recent study found evidence which suggested that women who have less sex have a higher risk of going into menopause earlier. According to one report discussing the study, “Sexual activity includes sexual intercourse, oral sex, sexual touching and caressing or self-stimulation.”

If You’re a Milk Drinker, You Need to Read This!

If you’re a milk drinker, let’s just say that you have options when it comes to your choice in milk no matter what your preferences or dietary restrictions may be.

January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month – Here's What You Need to Know

Many of you, like myself, may not have known that powerhouse sportscaster and Dancing With the Stars contestant Erin Andrews is a survivor of cervical cancer. Reportedly, Andrews was diagnosed back in 2016 and chose to keep this information private at the time. Despite such a scary diagnosis and doctors telling her to take it easy, she continued to work, never missing a football game.

Hustle For That Muscle!

If you haven’t checked out actress Jada Pinkett Smith’s mother, Adrienne Banfield-Norris (formerly Banfield-Jones), Google her now! The 60-something Banfield-Norris is in such incredible shape that even her son-in-law, Will Smith, can’t believe it. Yes, she is beautiful. But what impresses me the most is how muscular her body is.

Why It’s Time for Tea!

In China, people have been drinking tea for thousands of years. And reportedly, Turkish people are the biggest tea drinkers in the world! And we all may want to follow suit.

Go Nuts This Year!

The holidays are over. It’s finally 2020, so it’s that time of year where many of us are trying to stick to our New Year’s resolution of getting in better shape and getting healthier. Obviously, a major part of this involves being mindful about what we eat.

Stress Fractures Got You Stressed? Cryotherapy to the Rescue!

If you’ve ever broken a bone, you know how painful it can be as well as how taxing the recovery can be. But if you suffer from stress fractures, you might want to consider cryotherapy.

Think Tylenol is Harmless? Your Liver May Beg to Differ!

If you are a parent of teenage children, one of your main concerns may be your kids being exposed to alcohol and drugs such as marijuana and cocaine. Over-the-counter (OTC) drugs such as Tylenol (acetaminophen), which is used to treat pain and reduce fever, is probably not something that you are too worried about.

Exercise Matters. Especially For Your Brain’s “Gray Matter”

Like many people, your New Year’s resolution may be to exercise more. It’s great if your motivation stems from wanting to lose a few pounds and look good in your swimsuit or what have you, but I think it can be even more motivating and empowering if you are aware of what exercise may do for your health.

The Power of Prunes

Here are some fun facts which I recently became aware of. As many as "63 million people in North America meet the diagnostic criteria for chronic constipation." And there are many studies which demonstrate that "the prevalence of constipation increases with age and is more common in women than men."

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