Lower Your Diabetes Risk

You can prevent the onset of type 2 diabetes. Here’s how. Growing up in Mississippi, Herman L. Kemp, Jr. dined on fried chicken and biscuits for breakfast, sometimes with a side of macaroni and cheese. Read More

The Diabetes Pandemic

Back in 2010, diabetes mellitus was a hot topic among practitioners and the public. Estimates were released that ascribed mind-numbing numbers to prevalence and costs of future care. Currently, other diseases have captured our attention, Read More

Transform a Toxic Lifestyle

A typical day for many adults goes like this: drink coffee, sit in a car or take public transit to get to work, work at a desk bent over a computer all day, take quick Read More

Connecting the Senses

We can’t look inside our own ears—but if we could, we would see that what goes on in the ears is intimately connected to the nose, and what goes on in the nose is intimately Read More

Avoid Antibiotics

No one would dispute the miracles of modern medicine: surgeries performed with minimal incisions, organ transplants, limb reattachments, advances in chemotherapy, and so many lives saved by antibiotics. Just 100 years ago, 25 percent of Read More

Managing Chronic Pain Naturally

By: David Foreman, R. Ph. “The Herbal Pharmacist”   When I ask people what is the most prevalent chronic illness, chronic pain isn’t even mentioned.  Conditions such as heart disease, cancer, diabetes and stroke are Read More

Pill Free, Pain Free

Swap your meds for these natural and effective alternatives. By Kristin Bjornsen Athletes often joke about relying on “vitamin I,” aka ibuprofen, to get through the aches and pains of training. But they’re not the Read More

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