In case you need any added motivation to exercise, consider the benefits of exercise on your brain. Harvard Medical School psychiatrist Dr. John Ratey, author of the book, Spark: The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the Brain, says “exercise is the single best thing you can do for your brain in terms of mood, […]
News that affects your life.
If you are a parent who has experienced a colicky infant, then this story is all too familiar. Excessive, unexplained crying/fussing for hours a day, multiple days a week, for an extended period, in an otherwise healthy infant is not music to my ears either, but unlike many parents, I was able to adjust my […]
Well, this is one of the great questions, for which everybody would like an answer. I’ve written about a number of things in this space, but unfortunately, the source of everyone’s back pain will not be one of them. What I would like to impart to readers is a very common risk factor for low […]
Estimates indicate that about 80% of people will deal with significant low back pain at some point in their lives. And a great many of us will eventually experience arthritis pain and stiffness. Just witness the huge proliferation in products to treat joint discomfort, low back and arthritis pain as a testament to this expanding […]
It seems like it’s hard these days to select a dish soap, hand soap or household cleaner that doesn’t tout anti-bacterial properties. Check the active ingredients and you will likely find triclosan. This compound is very useful for eliminating germs in hospitals, but many worry that widespread use will hamper its efficacy and contribute to […]