Dr. Angeli Chitale ND

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A 36-year-old who learned to invest like Warren Buffett explains Buffett's No. 1 rule

When Danielle Town found herself burnt out and even starting to get sick from her work as a corporate attorney, she knew she didn't want to keep …

Investing

Forget That Product You're Working On. What's Really Going to Sell in the Future Is ... Services.

"Do-it-for-me" is the next evolution of the on-demand economy.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Today’s consumers value their time more than ever. With the proliferation of on-demand apps, there is virtually no need to wait in lines or even to leave your house if you’re …

Action Movies

Want To Prevent Inflammation & Autoimmune Disease? Here's Where To Start

In the last four years of my private practice as an integrative medicine doctor, I have personally witnessed the rise of autoimmune conditions. It …

Wellness

40 Meals You Should Never Eat After 40

Finally hitting 40 comes with a lot of perks. You’ve mastered the arts of confidence and resilience, and you’re at your peak career- and family-wise. …

Nutrition

How to increase hemoglobin: Home remedies

Hemoglobin is a protein found in the red blood cells. These cells are responsible for carrying oxygen around the body.<p>In addition to transporting …

Wellness

China launches open-source platform as part of its quest to become AI world leader by 2030

China’s science and technology minister said on Saturday that the government had made an open-source platform to boost the development of artificial …

This modified smartphone measures blood pressure directly from your finger

High blood pressure can lead to heart disease and stroke, but it often goes undetected and untreated. A new technology could change that by putting a …

High-fiber foods may boost gut bacteria to control diabetes - Futurity

Evidence that eating the right kind of fibers can alter the ecosystem of bacteria in your gut could make a high-fiber diet a big part of managing …

Why is one side of my throat sore?

A sore throat is a common reason to see a doctor. Most of the time, it is a symptom of allergies, a cold, or the flu. While a sore throat can be …

What Really Happens to Our Brains When We're Sleep Deprived? A Neurologist Explains

Ugh.<p>As people in the Northern Hemisphere are preparing for the daylight saving time switch, many of us dread the loss of the hour's sleep we incur by …

The Brain

A deadly drug epidemic sweeping the US has caused ER visits for overdoses to jump 30%

The path to death can start innocently, with a benign prescription for painkillers from a doctor. But after weeks or months on a powerful drug like morphine, a small percentage of patients will become dependent — a function of innate human wiring.<p>Every year, thousands of patients receive a …

Medicine

To know your biological age ... check your urine?

It's easy to know your chronological age, as it's just the amount of time that has elapsed since you were born. However, what about your <i>biological</i> …

What's in the IV bag? Studies show safer option than saline

New research calls into question what's in those IV bags that nearly every hospitalized patient gets. Using a different intravenous fluid instead of the usual saline greatly reduced the risk of death or kidney damage, two large studies found.<p>The difference could mean 50,000 to 70,000 fewer deaths …

Medicine

Study shows that gut bacteria is linked to yet another health issue: obesity

It seems as if the world learns something new each day about how gut bacteria affects health. (Heck, the right kind can even help you age better or …

The biggest Breast Cancer risk that women are not aware of

Women and their doctors need a greater understanding of the risks of cancer in dense breasts, an MP has warned.<p>A woman with dense breasts - those with more glandular tissue - could be six times more likely to develop breast cancer. At the same time, it can also be harder to detect tumours in dense …

Can applying Vicks VapoRub to your feet really cure a cough?

There's an interesting theory behind this one.<p>Vicks VapoRub has been around since 1919, when a Spanish flu epidemic solidified its place in American medicine cabinets, but only in relatively recent history have consumers begun using it on their feet instead of its intended application on the chest …

A Closer Look at the DASH Diet | Personal Alarms

The DASH Diet has been been named as the best diet to follow for the eighth year in a row. For those of who you may be unaware, DASH stands for …

Healthy Eating

What Is Coffee Flour? Here's the Deal With the Nutritional Trend​ | Men’s Health

Typically, it’ll be used in bread-based items, like waffles, pancakes, cookies, breads, and muffins, thanks to its “mild, nutty flavor,” says Gans. (To be clear, when it’s used in baked goods, coffee flour doesn’t really taste like coffee.) It can also be used as a spread or added to soups, sauces, …

Does Your Metabolism Need an Overhaul?

The American metabolism is sputtering. This past summer, researchers at the University of Florida crunched stacks of government health stats on …

Diabetes

The author of the 5:2 diet tested the popular theory that eating carbs at night is bad for you — and the results suggest we've got it all wrong

It's a common belief that eating late at night — particularly anything carb-heavy — can ruin an otherwise good diet.<p>However, Michael Mosley, the doctor behind the so-called 5:2 and blood-sugar diets, put the theory to the test as part of a new BBC show, and the results suggested this may not be …

Diabetes

Scientific Study of Surfer Butts Reveal Drug-Resistant Bacteria in the Oceans

Here's a study we can all get behind.<p>Surfers are known to brave bad weather, dangerously sized waves, and even sharks, for the perfect ride. But, it …

Microbiology

5 Common Reasons You're Waking Up in the Middle of the Night

If you find yourself tossing and turning at night, there could be several possibilities for your disrupted slumber. It could be attributed to certain daytime habits, like drinking coffee too late into your day, or other underlying issues that are worth identifying. Regardless of what's preventing a …

Sleep

America is spiritually bankrupt. We must fight back together

The undeniable collapse of integrity, honesty and decency in our public and private life has fueled racial hatred and contempt<p>We live in one of the darkest moments in American history – a bleak time of spiritual blackout and imperial meltdown. Exactly 25 years ago, in my book Race Matters, I tried …

Society

4 Powerful Lessons You Gradually Learn as You Let Go of the Past

If somebody is working on themselves and changing for the better, it’s unnecessary to keep bringing up their past. People can change and grow. You …

Boats

Our Bodies Could Be Treating a Western Diet Like It Was a Dangerous Infection

Put that burger down.<p>The immune system responds to a fast food diet in much the same way as it does to a bacterial infection, according to a study on …

Immune System

8 subtle signs your body's telling you your diet is all wrong

There's one very obvious way you can tell if your diet isn't healthy: putting on weight. But it's certainly not the only means your body has of …

Wellness

How Antivirus Software Can Be Turned Into a Tool for Spying

It has been a secret, long known to intelligence agencies but rarely to consumers, that security software can be a powerful spy tool.<p>Security software runs closest to the bare metal of a computer, with privileged access to nearly every program, application, web browser, email and file. There’s good …

Kaspersky Lab

Health Officials Issue A New Warning About The Dangers Of Cellphone Usage

We are all guilty of doing it, but apparently it's something that is a lot more harmful than we thought. Keeping your phone in your bed is …

New York City

At Age 101, She's A World Champ Runner

Man Kaur is 101, but her routine could tire most 20-somethings.<p>Every day she wakes up at 4 a.m., bathes, washes clothes, makes tea, recites prayers until about 7 a.m. Sometimes she goes to the Gurdwara, the place of worship for Sikhs, other times she prays at home.<p>And then she goes to the track for …

India

Tokyo 2020 Olympics could deploy facial-recognition tech on a huge scale

While the jury is still out on the extent to which facial recognition technology will be used globally years from now, many tech firms are continuing …

Olympics