How I got my technology-induced migraines to disappear, including blue-light-blocking glasses.
For the sake of your health, you need to release them.
Why I use Epsom salts and magnesium baths for insomnia, inflammation, and sleep.
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How lack of sleep disrupts your hormones, including female hormones, insulin, and cortisol.
And they don’t require a pill!
There may be a way to treat celiac disease, more people are turning to holistic medicine, and New Zealand bans offshore drilling.
What you need to know about the renal diet, including how to eat for optimal kidney health and function.
Scientists develop a genetic road map for sperm, how Proposition C could improve homelessness in San Francisco, and a new discovery in traumatic brain injuries.
As if you needed another reason to grab a cup!
How to decrease dampness in the body, including drinking warming drinks and avoiding smoothies and dairy.
Natural remedies could be best for the common cold, how our diet and grocery habits can affect the environment, and what your food preferences say about your personality.
Everything you need to know about magnolia bark, including how to use it for sleep, depression, and anxiety.
Palau is the first country to ban reef-toxic sunscreens, how a strong immune system could improve brain health, and why climate change could increase rates of Lyme disease.
How to use witch hazel for your face, body, and more.
How to help your body adjust to the cold, including eating more green, fibrous veggies; using castor oil; and changing your perspective.
How to recover from a sugar hangover in three easy steps, including adding cinnamon to your coffee and going on a nice walk.
We may be the last generation to save wildlife, there may be a new protocol for C-sections, and grief could increase inflammation.
A new enzyme technology can turn sugar into fiber, a few drinks could alter the way memories are formed, and apparently 20 seconds is the sweet spot for interval training.