Health

Meat Consumption: A Slow Killer?

A recent Mayo Clinic study in Arizona found that through the studies of over million people, through 5 and a half to around 20 years and discovered that reduced meat intake likely leads to a lower mortality rate....
Health

Timely sleep the best solution?

Researchers and professionals from both the and have come together to evaluate statistical data from the United Kingdom’s Biobank Resource. Scholars involved come from prestigious American universities such as the University of Pennsylvania, and even Drexel University....
Health

Overconsumption of Water Can Be Dangerous

We all know and wholeheartedly believe that drinking water even in copious amounts is beneficial for our health and certainly not detrimental. Life on this lonely planet is will not be sustainable without water and it is one liquid...
Alternative Medicine

Maximizing Your Health and Memory

There are many ways, in many places for various types of people to seek out, enjoy, and remember positive experiences—also known as happiness. What defines happiness for some, is not always a guaranteed way of creating happiness for others....
Health

Going Vegan could protect You AND the Environment

Recent research has found that up to 60-70% of Greenhouse Emissions which negatively impact the environment and cause global warming can be averted through an increase of vegan diets across the globe. Not only is going vegan optimal for...
Alternative Medicine

Blueberries and Dementia

Those whom are growing older, fear, or believe to currently be suffering from memory loss—Dementia in particular—could benefit from daily consumption of blueberries over the course of 3 to 4 months. For those over the age of 68 in...
Health

Seeing What Eye Care Is All About

Taking care of one’s eyesight is of paramount importance. From diseases to old age, to injuries and more, should something bad befall you and your eyesight is compromised, you’ll need to know what to do. Basically, one should get...
Health

Brain Sustainment and Conditioning

The Journal of Prevention of Alzheimer’s Disease recently released a study conducted on upwards of 120 participants with the average age around 70 years old, to determine if, and what sorts of brain activities, therapy, conditioning, and dieting measures...
Fitness

The Not So Promising “BMI Calculator”

People, professionals, and researchers alike have relied on BMI, also known as Body Mass Index, calculators to identify and further judge the likelihood of an individual’s health, based on a formulated equation based around height, weight, and sometimes age....
Medicine

Get Ready For The Bionic Lens!

It sounds like something out of a science fiction story, but the news that a new bionic lens is on the horizon is true. Dr. Garth Webb, the scientist behind this new lens says that it can increase a...
Alternative Medicine

Plant Based Omega-3 Optimal Nutrition

Today’s modern world of science, health, fitness, diet, and nutrition is ever evolving, with trends such as the great “acai berry” or diet, coming and going, each seeming a bit particular or bizarre than the next. Then there were...
Nutrients

Everything You Need to Know About Sweet Potatoes

Sweet potato a distant variant of the humble potato (solanum tuberosum), is actually a tuber that is largely used as a culinary ingredient but has some non-culinary applications as well. Though the origin of this root vegetable can be...
Health

Undermining the Realities of Alcoholism

In today’s fast-paced world, struggling economies, and competitive job-market; people continue to rely more and more frequently on ‘drinking socially’ to cope with their stressors or to ‘break loose’. Unfortunately, according to continued research conducted by the National Institute...
Medicine

The Chemistry of CBD and Seizure Treatment

CBD, also known as Cannabidiol, is a pure extraction chemical compound found in Marijuana, similar to THC, or Tetrahydrocannabinol—although THC has psychoactive ingredients and typically causes a “high”, while this is not the case with CBD. The last decade...