To Your Health Newsletter
- Article Index
- A Sugar-Cancer Connection?
- Starving for Sleep
- Flexibility Matters: Are You Stretching the Wrong Way?
- Packing a Nutritional Punch
- Exercise Doesn't Have to Be Hard
- Why Chiropractic Can Relieve Your Back Pain
- Another Strike Against Acetaminophen Use During Pregnancy?
- Prevent Urinary Tract Infections Naturally
- Time to Cover Drug-Free Pain Relief
- Child Obesity and Asthma: Bad News
Could the dreaded "C" word – cancer – one day be paired with an even more dreaded word that's the cause of the first: the "S" word? We're talking about sugar and too many of us are essentially addicted to it, putting our health at risk courtesy of tooth decay, obesity, type 2 diabetes ... and yes, perhaps even cancer. While the sugar-cancer connection is still considered a "myth" in many scientific circles, evolving research may eventually change that perception.
5 Reasons You're Not Getting Enough Sleep This Winter
Try the Right Way
Top 10 Whole Foods for Health and Wellness
Get a Great Workout Without Lifting a Finger
Doctors of chiropractic are known for treating low back pain – and preventing its recurrence – and recent research emphasizes the science underlying their effectiveness. A recent study suggests chiropractic care (spinal manipulation) can reduce low back pain, but it also suggests chiropractic can increase spinal disc height - a big benefit.
Tylenol is probably the most well-known over-the-counter pain medication that contains acetaminophen. It's also one of the few pain-relieving OTC medications that's generally considered safe to take during pregnancy. But even that may change in light of the results of this study. Read what the latest findings suggest.
The recurrent urinary tract infection (UTI) is one of those nuisance conditions that can play havoc with your quality of life, and this particular infection is much more common than most people realize. Fortunately, a daily cranberry drink, or intake of cranberry capsules or tablets, has been shown to reduce the risk. Learn about the latest research here.
Attorneys general tell the insurance industry to cover nondrug pain-relief options.
Does childhood obesity and asthma make asthma episodes more frequent & dangerous?