Dec 092017
 
Hassle-Free Allergy Test

  Interview with Ms. Lisa Blaurock, the Founder and President of Affordable Allergy Testing   Let’s start at the beginning: there are two main types of allergies and MANY types of food sensitivities. All of them are on the rise, […]

Oct 262017
 
Pain Prevention And Pain Relief For Bicyclists

Bicycling is HOT! Some cycle for fun. Some use a bicycle as an alternate mode of transportation to reduce their contribution to global warming. Most Angelenos caught the fever of CicLAvia. Bicycle sales are going through the roof in Los […]

Oct 262017
 
Tips to Improving the Health and Safety of Your Company

If you are an employer, one of your top concerns should be the health and safety of your workplace and its employees. While certain issues like an absence due to illness cannot be avoided, there are numerous measures that you […]

Oct 242017
 
Walking For Better Health

Running isn’t everybody’s cup of tea and that’s for a good reason. Running can be exhausting and has high impact on joints. Walking on the other hand has more health benefits than you may think and some of them are […]

Oct 222017
 
Therapeutic Benefits Of Massage

Even though massage has a 5,000 years long history going back to ancient Egypt and China, we usually think of massage as a form of pampering. It certainly can be, but it is a lot more. According to the Mayo […]

Oct 202017
 
Top 7 Health Benefits Of Meditation

The next instance you let loose, switch off and immerse yourself in deep relaxation, just remind yourself of what your body could be reaping from the meditation effect. Here are some of the scientifically proven benefits of deep relaxation. 1. […]

Oct 192017
 
Art For Good Health

For the average person, it can be intimidating to create and interpret art, but science has proven that it isn’t necessary to have artistic talent in order to reap the many health benefits that are offered by art. Whether or […]

Jul 042017
 
Authorities Warn Pasadena Of Zika Virus

Eggs of mosquitoes known for carrying the Zika virus (the Aedes mosquito, better known as the Asian tiger mosquito) have been found in Pasadena. (The latest is the second such finding in Greater Los Angeles area, a similar mosquito was […]

Jun 242017
 
More Negative Side Effects Of Heartburn Drugs

  Nexium, Prilosec and Prevacid already linked to kidney damage, infections and weakened bones are now blamed for causing dementia and early death We’ve been hearing for a while that heartburn medications have negative side effects. Recently, there have been […]

Nov 222016
 
Viagra Sued Over Increased Risk Of Melanoma

Viagra (Sildenafil Citrate) has been on the market for over 18 years and taken by over 68 million of men with erectile dysfunction worldwide. The mass-enthusiasm for the drug wasn’t marred by suspicions of its negative side effects which were […]

Oct 202016
 
Helmet-Like Device Protects Cancer Patients From Hair Loss

A cancer diagnosis is scary. Cancer treatments are a great challenge. Having to cope with hair loss on top of it is traumatic. Cancer treatment related hair loss is very damaging to a person’s self image and self confidence. Worse, […]

Sep 182016
 
Are Tattoos Safe?

As the number of post-tattoo emergency room visits rises, tattoo shops’ commitment to sterilizing needles and using safe inks is under increased scrutiny. The tattoo inks alone are becoming a cause for concern: some of the pigments in the inks […]

Sep 182016
 
Threat Of Zika Virus In The US

Zika virus may well be one of the greatest public health threats in recent history. I’m not saying that to cause panic, but to raise awareness. Zika virus was first identified in 1947 in Africa. The virus has been named […]