Long walks on the beach are not just a romantic cliché – it turns out that it can actually improve your health. “Grounding” is the process of removing excessive electrical charge from an object by releasing it into the ground; walking barefoot can perform this important task for your body.
Humans are electrical beings, and electrons play a role in every cellular process that takes place in your body. The earth is a reservoir of negative electric energy, and when …Read More
Mothers-to-be have many things to worry about when they’re expecting, and consuming a healthy diet is usually a top priority. While most pregnant women know to dutifully start munching on more fruits, vegetables and sources of calcium, the importance of less promoted trace minerals like iodine is something they rarely think about. Doctors know that severe iodine deficiency during pregnancy can cause mental disabilities in children — but the newest research is showing that even milder iodine deficiencies during pregnancy …Read More
For decades, people have been unsuccessfully trying to fight against the ravages of time. But researchers now believe that a small section of the brain may hold the key to everlasting youth. Researchers from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine at Yeshiva University discovered the main pathway of the aging process in mice, leading to hopeful advancements in uncovering the source of aging in humans as well.
The report, published in Nature, may lead to the development of new treatment …Read More
Feeling stressed? When left unmanaged, stress can lead to heart disease, insomnia, and premature aging. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) lists heart disease as the leading cause of death in the United States; nearly 70 million Americans currently suffer from hypertension, which is the leading risk for heart disease. Similarly, 70 million Americans suffer from insomnia, which can ultimately lead to a long list of health problems, including early signs of aging.
The modern age has brought …Read More
Many people have seen men wear skirts on Halloween, on television, or have attended a wedding in which the groom insisted on wearing a traditional kilt (sometimes, to the bride’s dismay). But, despite traditional North American notions about appropriate attire for men, new research reveals that men in skirts may actually be onto something—according to the Scottish Medical Journal, kilt wearing men may be more fertile and have better rates of healthy procreation.
Infertility – the inability to conceive …Read More