Author Archives : Devon Andre

Devon Andre has been involved in the health and dietary supplement industry for a number of years. Devon has written extensively for Bel Marra Health. He has a Bachelor of Forensic Science from the University of Windsor, and went on to complete a Juris Doctor from the University of Pittsburgh. Devon is keenly aware of trends and new developments in the area of health and wellness. He embraces an active lifestyle combining diet, exercise and healthy choices. By working to inform readers of the options available to them, he hopes to improve their health and quality of life.


Physical Activity Alone Won’t Counteract Cardiovascular Disease Risks of Sugary Drinks: Study

A recent study suggests that relying solely on physical activity may not be enough to counter the heart risks associated with sugary drinks like sodas and fruit cocktails. Researchers from Canada discovered that even if people meet the recommended 150 minutes of weekly physical activity, it may not fully offset the negative effects of consuming here to read more

Depression and Body Temperature: Major Study Reveals Potential Connection

In a recent study conducted by researchers, it was discovered that individuals diagnosed with major depressive disorder (MDD) often have higher body temperatures. This finding suggests potential treatments that could help manage this aspect and potentially ease the challenging symptoms associated with depression. Researchers from the University of California San Francisco (UCSF) examined data collected here to read more


New Study: Hearing Loss Hits Harder in Rural Areas and Among Men

A new study on hearing loss was published in The Lancet Regional Health-Americas journal. This study was led by NORC, a research organization at the University of Chicago. It reveals that approximately 37.9 million Americans experience hearing loss. Interestingly, the study finds that hearing loss is more prevalent in rural areas than urban settings and here to read more

Study Finds: Moderate Impacts in Daily Physical Activities Preserve Bone Density in Older Adults

A recent study at the University of Jyväskylä in Finland discovered that engaging in a year-long exercise program can help older adults (aged 70-85) maintain or even slightly improve the structural properties of their femoral neck despite a decrease in bone mineral density. The participants, who were previously physically inactive, underwent a multicomponent exercise training here to read more

New Research Uncovers Potential Link Between IBS Patient, Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Scientists at the University of Missouri School of Medicine have made an important discovery connecting irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) to somatic disorders like chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia. IBS is a common disorder of the stomach and intestines. It affects about 15 percent of the overall population. Its effects include abdominal pain, cramps, diarrhea, bloating here to read more

New Study on Senolytics and CPAP Shows Potential for Obstructive Sleep Apnea Treatment

A groundbreaking study recently published in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine sheds light on innovative ways to treat obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and its related health issues. Led by Dr. David Gozal and a team from the University of Missouri School of Medicine and Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of here to read more

Sleep Deprivation Affects Mood and Increases Anxiety: Study

A recent study provided by the American Psychological Association reveals that lack of sleep does more than just make us feel tired—it affects our emotions and mental well-being. The research, which synthesized information from over 50 years of studies on sleep deprivation and mood, highlights the significant impact of sleep loss on our emotional health. here to read more