Anxiety Disorder and Your Thyroid (strange connection)

Anxiety Disorder and Your Thyroid (strange connection)

Most people think of anxiety disorder as a purely psychological disorder, but we often forget that psychology is also affected by the biological mechanisms in our physical bodies. A study presented at the 2020 Congress of the European Society of Endocrinology reminds...
This Nut Boosts Good Cholesterol While Slashing the Bad

This Nut Boosts Good Cholesterol While Slashing the Bad

It tastes great raw, toasted, seasoned, and smoked; it can make milk, butter, oil, and flour, and it now turns out that it can benefit your cholesterol profile too. Researchers from Penn State University have just published a study in the Journal of Nutrition that...
This Candy Cures Type 2 Diabetes

This Candy Cures Type 2 Diabetes

Too often when talking about healthy living, we have to give up on the food and things we love the most. So I love it when new studies come out proving the most delicious things to be healthy. A new study published in the Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry reveals a...
This “Bad” Ingredient Cuts Blood Pressure in Half

This “Bad” Ingredient Cuts Blood Pressure in Half

Now this may go against everything you’ve ever heard about how to lower blood pressure. In fact, this may prove that you were right all along and the doctors and other “health experts” were leading you the wrong way, telling you to cut down on this one ingredient....
How Bad Is Acid Reflux For Your Teeth? (very)

How Bad Is Acid Reflux For Your Teeth? (very)

We all know that acid reflux causes stomach acid to back up into your esophagus, throat, and mouth. A new study in the Ukrainian Dental Almanac reveals that this is bad for your teeth. But how bad is it? And what can you do to save your teeth? The researchers...
Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease: Not What, But How We Eat

Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease: Not What, But How We Eat

The food we eat is important for health, but often the way we prepare food can be equally important. The Saudi Journal of Biological Sciences just published a study comparing how different cooking methods affect non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. The authors of the...
How Gout Kills (very serious)

How Gout Kills (very serious)

It is easy to think of gout as a painful but less serious type of arthritis. But a study just published in The Lancet Rheumatology shows why we should not think of gout as less serious in any way. To the contrary, it is serious and potentially deadly in its own right....
Parkinson’s Disease Blocked By This Popular Drink

Parkinson’s Disease Blocked By This Popular Drink

Some people are genetically more vulnerable to Parkinson’s disease than others. And the medical system claims there is nothing you can do to protect yourself from it if you are. But a new study published in the journal Neurology, the medical journal of the...
Unrelated Pill Tackles Arthritis

Unrelated Pill Tackles Arthritis

The pharmaceutical search for an effective arthritis medication has been very bumpy, to say the least. Several drugs have been pulled off the market after being proven to be both useless and dangerous. But maybe a pill already exists that can prevent arthritis? One...