Say no to migraine medication and yes to natural care

By Editorial Staff If you’ve ever experienced a migraine headache, you know how debilitating it can be. According to the Mayo Clinic, “a migraine headache can cause intense throbbing or pulsing in one area of the head and is commonly accompanied by nausea, vomiting, and extreme sensitivity to light and sound. Migraine attacks can 

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Outwitting an old doctor

An old geezer became very bored in retirement and decided to open a medical clinic. He put a sign up outside that said: “Dr.Geezer’s clinic. Get your treatment for $500, if not cured, get back $1,000.” Doctor “Young,” who was positive that this old geezer didn’t know beans about medicine, thought this would be a 

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Healthy doesn’t have to be hard

By Editorial Staff Interested in healthier eating, but don’t want to sacrifice your favorite foods? It doesn’t have to be hard if you know how to do it. In many cases, all it takes are a few simple ingredient substitutions / inclusions to dramatically increase the nutrient / health value throughout your day. Let’s 

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Workplace stress can be deadly

By Editorial Staff We all experience stress in our jobs, even if we’re working at our “dream job.” That’s because every job entails a certain amount of responsibility. Unless you don’t care a bit about your job – in which case, you won’t be employed much longer – you make every effort to fulfill 

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Keep your spine in shape

By Editorial Staff Your spine is the backbone of your entire body – literally and figuratively. That means poor spine health can negatively impact you from head to toe. How can you keep your spine in shape? Let’s learn more about this critical anatomical structure and take a look at some of the simple 

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Dengvaxia Mishap: Result of corporate greed and corruption

(Statement of Health Alliance for Democracy) The Aquino government and the Department of Health maneuvered a P3.5 billion budget for a vaccine that now put 700,000 Filipino children at greater health risk. The decision of the authorities to procure , approve its commercial release and implement the mass vaccination using Dengvaxia, all in haste, was 

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James McCormack

Eat up: the diet you’re on is likely a pretty good one

A plethora of ‘experts’ have provided nutritional advice that sounds definitive and evidence-based. Many of us have lived through vast recommendations: low fat, high fat; salt is a problem, salt is no problem; eggs are good, eggs are bad; butter is very bad, margarine is good, then butter is good again; high carbs, no carbs 

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A smart diet starts before pregnancy

By Editorial Staff According to the American Pregnancy Association, an appropriate pregnancy “diet” involves “fine-tuning your eating habits to ensure you a receiving adequate nutrition for the health of you and your baby. … typically, you will need to consume an extra 300 calories a day.” But what’s adequate nutrition? The type and source of 

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A diet to prevent breast Cancer

By Editorial Staff We’ve talked before about the potential benefits of the Mediterranean diet for cardiovascular , bone and brain health. Now, research points to the diet’s value in reducing the risk of developing estrogen-receptor-negative breast cancer, a variant of the disease that strikes postmenopausal women and often has a poor prognosis. In the study, 

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A book a day keeps the doctor away?

By Ryan Keel If you read a book today, you may live longer. Scientists have found that by simply reading every day, you can tack on almost a full two years to your life. The good news is, you don’t have to read an entire book every day to reap the health benefits, either. Further 

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