Acupuncture beat placebo controls for pain reduction in this high quality study published in The Journal of the American Medical Association.
If you start feeling better as spring begins pushing up its tender shoots, you might be living proof of a trend discovered in data from a new study: The more green space in the neighborhood, the happier people reported feeling. “The greening of neighborhoods could be a simple solution to reducing stress,” says the lead author. “If you want to feel better, go outside.”
I <3 the forest!
Onions are a good source of vitamins C and B6, iron, folate, and potassium, and they are anti-allergic, anti-histaminic, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant.
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Obesity is no longer just a rich country’s problem. It’s now taken hold in poor and emerging countries and is rapidly developing into an insurmountable health crisis. Type 2 diabetes, heart disease and some cancers are on the march in nation’s ill equipped to treat sufferers or educate others about the dangers of getting too fat. It’s predicted that by 2030 one billion people will be obese, so how will the world cope with its ever expanding waistline?
There are plenty of intermittent movement routines you can do during your work hours — here are some beginner exercises.
It’s National Stress Awareness Month, and to help out the millions of people that are experiencing increasing stress levels, we thought we’d share 5 healthy foods that can help reduce unhealthy stress levels. Not only will lowering stress levels help improve your health, but it also will brighten up your relationships and attitude. Make this month, a stress-free month!
Be sure to pick up a watermelon - or two - at your local grocery store. It could save your life.
Green tea is hailed for numerous health benefits. Now, new research from the University Hospital of Basel in Switzerland finds the beverage could boost our working memory.