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Eight Key Steps to Heal Crohn's Disease Using Natural Remedies

Heal Your Symptoms > Crohn's Disease<p>What Is Crohn's Disease*<p>Crohn’s disease is an inflammatory bowel disease in which parts of the digestive system …

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30 Most Popular Herbs for Natural Medicine

Tess Pennington <br>Ready Nutrition <br>Comments (14)<p>We tend to look to God as a source of all healing. It is said that He has provided all that we will ever …

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Studies show that turmeric can be as effective as 14 pharmaceutical drugs

Turmeric and saffron are the two prominent spices used in South Asian and Middle Eastern dishes including Persians and Indians. Persian saffron and …

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Life

Sometimes, your yoga teacher gets it completely right. Here are the 10 most powerful, life-changing things yoga teachers have ever said to me.<p>You may …

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Feeling down? Try these 3 natural remedies for the winter blues

November tends to be a dreary month. This time of year can be depressing for many people, whether it's the onset of cold weather, the change from …

Wellness

Dr. Oz Tries To Do Science: The Green Coffee Bean Experiment

Dr. Mehmet Oz hosts a popular TV show in which he promotes all sorts of medical treatments, some good and some – well, not so good. And once in a while, he tries to do a science experiment, as he did in 2011 with a badly flawed experiment on arsenic in apple juice.<p>Well, Dr. Oz has done it again. …

Dr. Oz: 3 Reasons People Don't Get Flu Shots, And Why They Should

The host of TV's "The Dr. Oz Show" came to Advocate Health Care in Park Ridge Tuesday to promote flu shots, and he posed with fans. Advocate gave …

Symptoms Of A Heart Attack, From Dr. Oz

What are the symptoms of a heart attack? According to Dr. Oz , Daytime Emmy Award winning host of "The Dr. Oz Show," there are several tell-tale major symptoms of a heart attack.<p>The first sign is shortness of breath, which is the most dangerous and tell-tale sign of all. If you are experiencing …

20-Minute Exercises For Your Heart, From Dr. Oz

Is there a heart-healthy exercise that you can do every day, even if you only have 20 minutes? According to Dr. Oz , Daytime Emmy Award winning host of "The Dr. Oz Show," the answer is yes! Even if you only have 20 minutes to squeeze in a workout on the fly, there are a few full body workout …

The Rise Of Overdose Deaths In Rural America

Rural U.S. counties have seen greater increases in fatal drug overdoses since 1999, a new study finds.<p>Over the past few decades, the rate of people dying by drug overdose in the U.S. has risen dramatically. Drug overdose has become one of the leading causes of injury deaths in America, mostly due …

White Bean Stew with Winter Squash and Kale Recipe

<i>Based on the Chilean Porotos Granados, this vegan white bean stew includes butternut squash, kale, and fresh basil for a hearty and flavorful one-pot</i> …

Quinoa Caesar Salad | Isa Chandra Moskowitz

Notes<p>~I highly recommend making the quinoa a day in advance so that it’s easy to pull together on a weeknight. Soak the cashews all day so that you …

Good News! Stories We Dig From Around the Web

1<p>SHARES<p><i>A round-up of VT editors’ favorite newsworthy links.</i><p>Drink up! New research confirms that tea may help prevent chronic illnesses such as heart …

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Depression Linked With Shorter Telomeres, A Sign Of Cell Aging

By Bahar Gholipour, Staff Writer<p>Published: 11/12/2013 08:18 AM EST on LiveScience<p>People suffering from depression may be aging faster than other people, according to a new study from the Netherlands.<p>In the study of about 1,900 people who had major depressive disorders at some point during their …

It Might Be Possible To Give HPV To Yourself

By: Rachael Rettner, Senior Writer<p>Published: 11/12/2013 07:42 AM EST on LiveScience<p>One potential risk factor for getting oral infections with the human papillomavirus (HPV) may have been overlooked by researchers: giving it to yourself.<p>In a new study, women who engaged in behaviors that could …

First Step Toward Mental Health

Friday, Nov. 8 marked a milestone that countless American families never thought they would see: The Obama administration released the final rule for enacting "mental health parity," requiring that insurance companies cover the treatment of mental and substance use disorders at the same level as …

Mental Health

Obesity Linked With Increased Heart Risks, Regardless Of Metabolic Syndrome

Weight alone could be a significant risk factor for heart attack and heart disease, regardless of whether a person also has metabolic syndrome, a cluster of conditions that includes high blood pressure, blood sugar or cholesterol, a new JAMA Internal Medicine study suggests.<p>Researchers from Herlev …

Why You Should Never Eat High Fructose Corn Syrup

Renaissance physician Paracelsus famously said, "The dose makes the poison," meaning that even harmless substances can become toxic if you eat enough of them. Many people ask me, "Is high fructose syrup really that bad for you?" And my answer to this question is "Yes," mainly for this very …

How to Break Bad Habits Like a Boss

"We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit." -- Aristotle<p>That Aristotle was one smart dude. What he's saying is that people who are wining at life are doing so because of their positive habits. Through the repeated routines and rituals of their daily lives, they are …

Focus on How You Connect With Others

We're not going to eliminate technology from our lives anytime soon. Nor should we. Smart phones and social media expand our universe. We can connect with others or collect information easier and faster than ever. But they also expand our spectrum of attention. In this instance, too much of a good …

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My Name Is Liddy, and I'm a Type 1 Diabetic

For 18 years of my life, I was embarrassed to admit I was a Type 1 diabetic. I was embarrassed to admit I was different from everyone I went to school with. I was embarrassed I had to eat or drink juice in front of peers when the time didn't permit. I was embarrassed to pull out a syringe during a …

Spanking Kids Leads to Adult Mental Illnesses

Casual Sex and the Unsatisfied Woman

"Women are less likely to have orgasms during uncommitted sexual encounters than in serious relationships." Hmm... And the pope is Catholic. And, oh yes, the world is round.<p>The quotation above about women and sex, from yesterday's New York Times citing a new Kinsey Institute at Indiana University …

Administration Invites HealthCare.gov Users To Try Again

If at first you don't succeed, try again.<p>That's the message from the White House on Tuesday, with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) asking more than 275,000 people who tried and failed to sign up for health plans on the stalled HealthCare.gov website to give it another shot.<p>As …

Changing The Way You Think About Change

By: Elizabeth Palermo<p>Published: 11/01/2013 06:32 AM EDT on BusinessNewsDaily<p>There's a reason some people fear change: It can be scary. It can also be uncomfortable, nerve wracking and potentially embarrassing. But that doesn't mean you should avoid change. Fear of change can keep you from reaching …

I Will Not Tolerate Gluten

My name is Kristen, and I am (almost) 100 percent gluten-free. From the beginning, this lifestyle has been both complicated and interesting. Personally, I've found that the biggest hurdles are not when I'm standing at Whole Foods with an overpriced bag of rice bread in one hand and a chart in the …

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