General Health

December Heart Attacks Are the Most Deadly

By Richard N. Fogoros, MD, a board-certified physician

Several medical studies now show pretty convincingly that Americans who have heart attacks around the holidays — specifically, the time between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day — are more likely to die than people who have heart attacks at other times of the year.

The increase in cardiac mortality Read more

Music Therapy: Benefits and Uses for Anxiety, Depression + More

Written by Dr. Axe

It’s believed that music has been used since practically the beginning of time to help humans deal with difficult feelings and better connect to one another. Because of its strong and immediate influence over our emotions, coupled with its ability to naturally increase neurochemicals — including “feel good” endorphins — music is now Read more

Childhood trauma leads to lifelong chronic illness — so why isn’t the medical community helping patients?

by Donna Jackson

When I was twelve, I was coming home from swimming at my neighbor’s dock when I saw an ambulance’s flashing lights in our driveway. I still remember the asphalt burning my feet as I stood, paralyzed, and watched the paramedics take away my father. It was as if I knew those flashing lights Read more

5 Tips to Improve Your Digestion

By Cathy Wong, ND 

Do you inhale your food? Are you so busy that even chewing seems like a luxury? Here are some tips on improving digestion:

Tip #1: Cover the Basics

Basic 1: Chew, Chew, Chew

Take smaller bites.
Put your fork down in between bites.
Try using chopsticks – it forces you to slow down.
Thoroughly chew Read more

15 Ways to Be Happier

Put Some Pep in Your Step
Scientists say walking tall with swinging arms helps you feel more positive. Even if you’re not feeling happy, a spirited stroll can help you fake it till you make it.
Slap on a Smile
Want to lift your spirits? Lift the corners of your mouth. When you smile like you mean it, Read more

How to Have Healthy Gut Bacteria

If you haven’t yet heard much about your gut bacteria, part of your overall gut flora, chances are you are going to be hearing a lot more about this topic in the future. These previously much overlooked bacteria are now being associated with a wide range of human health solutions and problems. As you follow along Read more

How to Support Autism Awareness Month this April

Ladislas de Toldi , Contributor

What is Autism Awareness Month? 

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a complex developmental disorder that affects a person’s ability to communicate and interact with others. More than 3.5 million Americans currently live with ASD, and 1 in 68 children are born with a variation of it, so it’s likely you know, whether Read more

Dr. Christine Horner – Radio Interview

Click on the following link to hear Dr. Christine Horner’s latest radio interview where she mentions the Life Vessel.

She discusses the Life Vessel around 4 minutes 12 seconds and then again around the 1 hour 11 minute mark.

Please click on the picture below to listen.

Ep #510 – Dr. Christine Horner – Energy Medicine, Sleep, Ayurveda, Sailing Through Chemo & Easy Principles To Radically Improve Your Health!

The Power of Music To Reduce Stress

By Jane Collingwood

The soothing power of music is well-established. It has a unique link to our emotions, so can be an extremely effective stress management tool.

Listening to music can have a tremendously relaxing effect on our minds and bodies, especially slow, quiet classical music. This type of music can have a beneficial effect on our Read more

What Are Common Headache Triggers?

By Colleen Doherty, MD

There are lots of headache triggers — some easier to avoid than others. If you cannot avoid or minimize them, coping is your next best option. Here is a look at 10 common headache triggers in no particular order.
Holiday Headaches
Certainly the stress of seeing family, hosting, and all the delicious foods and Read more