Archive For The “Integrated Health Wellness & Diet Spot” Category

NEARLY HALF OF CANCER DEATHS ARE DUE TO BEHAVIOR

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“A new look at cancer in the U.S. finds that nearly half of cancer deaths are caused by smoking, poor diet and other unhealthy behaviors. That’s less than commonly-cited estimates from more than 35 years ago, a result of new research methods and changes in American society. Smoking rates have plummeted, for example, while obesity…

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Is Snail Cream Good for Your Skin?

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SOURCE: FOX NEWS A new ingredient that’s making its way into high-end skin care products is full of beneficial compounds that moisturize, reduce inflammation and minimize acne scars. But you’ll need to keep an open mind if you want the benefits. Helix aspersa muller glycoconjugates is the technical name for the slimy mucus secreted by…

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Wow?! Is There a Link Between Deodorants & Breast Cancer

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SOURCE: FOX NEWS Not that long ago, you might have heard about an alarming concern with deodorant. People warned their friends through email and social media that these necessary antiperspirants cause breast cancer. Actually, some people even stopped using deodorant before this threat, such as Cameron Diaz who hasn’t worn it in years! Before ditching…

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Cornell Professor: Eating Nuts Will Help You Be Healthier

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SOURCE: BLUE ZONES Why Nuts are a Nutritional Powerhouse  

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Cool Research: Diets Need to Be Personalized!

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SOURCE: Food Navigator The long-raging debate over whether cutting carbs or cutting fat is a better way lose weight is a false dichotomy, according to new research published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition that found successfully shedding pounds is less about what someone eats and more about who they are. READ THE ARTICLE…

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Interesting Article About the Use of Psychedelic Medicine

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SOURCE: REASON The maturation of the field is not nearly as remarkable as the medical utility researchers are beginning to uncover, but the latter is the result of the former. The world lost a generation’s worth of promising research and medical discovery following the tumult of the 1960s. For more than 30 years, Doblin and…

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The Mediterranean Diet May Reduce the Risk of Dementia

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SOURCE: FOX BUSINESS Healthy eating habits, particularly the Mediterranean diet, which was originally developed to improve cardiovascular health, may lower your risk of developing cognitive impairment up to 35%, the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference said Monday. A group of U.S. scientists, who studied the diets of 6,000 older adults, found that those who consistently followed…

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Wellness Festivals May Become HUGE!! The Next Coachella…?

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SOURCE: FASTCOMPANY “The buzzing energy at Wanderlust might explain why there are currently almost 1,000 other festivals just like it in the U.S. and abroad. They range from pricier weekend resort getaways to more affordable one-day seminars. The audience for these body-mind-soul events is overwhelmingly female: An estimated 85% of the Wanderlust attendees are American…

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Yoga Helps With Back Pain: Clinical Evidence

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SOURCE: Annals of Internal Medicine Yoga is effective for mild to moderate chronic low back pain (cLBP), but its comparative effectiveness with physical therapy (PT) is unknown. Moreover, little is known about yoga’s effectiveness in underserved patients with more severe functional disability and pain. READ FULL ARTICLE HERE

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