Lori Shemek, Ph.D
By any standards, October must be said to be a colorful month. The trees are full of autumn leaves in a hundred shades of red, yellow and orange, and shops, streets, and jacket lapels are filled with pink ribbons, symbolizing the global fight against breast cancer. However, it is easy to take steps that can help improve breast health.
By Clyde Pepper
ByMaylin Rodriguez-Paez RN
What causes chronic inflammation? Stress, lack of exercise, genetic predisposition, and exposure to toxins are all common culprits. However, there’s another major cause that’s often overlooked: the foods that you put into your body. Let's take a look at how you can manage inflammation by eating the right foods in this blog post.
Life Extension was the first organization to recommend Omega 3 fatty acids in fish oil for heart health.