If blueberries were pharmaceuticals, they would be hailed as the greatest “miracle” health breakthrough in the history of medicine
Blueberries are miraculous natural medicine.
Blueberries are miraculous natural medicine.
Wegmans is experimenting with new, heartier produce, and new ways of growing it, on over 200 acres of organic farmland and orchards, and they plan to pass that knowledge on to local farmers.
Southern Nevada Substance Use & Behavioral Health Summit brings mental health, criminal justice professionals together to educate and collaborate on critical public health issues.
Hypochondriacs and extreme worriers, take heed of this advice: Taking the time to write down how you feel may be an effective way to get yourself sorted out and thus go about a stressful task more effectively, a study that was conducted in Michigan State University showed.
Kennedy hopes new evidence and a fresh look at criminal misconduct will result in law enforcement action, rigorous and transparent vaccine safety science, and safer vaccines.
Sonoma County, CA (KSRO) – An expert on fall allergies is offering some tips for sufferers on this first day of fall.
We know there’s a problem. What can be done about it?
“So much pain; so many questions”
When Teri Barr discovered in 2009 that her son, Max, was using drugs, she was well aware of the challenges she faced. She had been an addict herself, years before, but had survived.
Southwest Medical Associates said Thursday it is reversing its decision to stop providing care next year to about 7,000 Southern Nevada seniors with traditional Medicare plans.
Orange County health officials say they are “very concerned” about a possible hepatitis A outbreak, but unlike Los Angeles and San Diego counties, no outbreak has occurred locally.
Fears can now be blocked in a split second, provided that a specific region of your brain will be stimulated magnetically.
An estimated 133 billion pounds of food is wasted in the U.S. each year, enough to fill Chicago’s Willis Tower 44 times. Globally, 1.3 billion tons of food is lost or wasted annually.
In the rush to approve new medicines, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration often requires drug companies to study possible side effects and alternative doses for medicines once they hit the broader market.
Death Wish Coffee Co, a New York coffee maker that sells what it says is the “World’s Strongest Coffee,” is recalling cans of its Nitro Cold Brew because of the risk that some could contain the deadly toxin botulin.
Recently released court documents reveal Monsanto had a hand in the retraction of a groundbreaking study that left little doubt about the dangers of glyphosate in a prominent food science journal.
Washoe County health district officials say a south Reno resident has contracted the county’s first case of hantavirus since 2006.
The recent decision by Southwest Medical Associates to stop covering traditional Medicare patients in Southern Nevada makes 66-year-old Anne Zarate sick to her stomach.
Gov. Brian Sandoval will convene the Governor’s Opioid State Action Accountability Taskforce on Monday to hear updates from state and federal agencies combating the opioid crisis in Nevada.
Vitamin C gets a lot of buzz during cold season, but it turns out that the nutrient also has a substantial effect on the human brain.
Scientists now warn that colored tattoos can increase the risk of cancer.
We all have stories about how broken our healthcare system is. Huge bills, unnecessary procedures, long wait times, a life changed for the worse.
Visiting the doctor just got faster, easier and more useful in parts of rural Nevada.
Kyle Canyon residents are being warned about their drinking water after elevated levels of lead turned up in samples collected from a handful of homes on Mount Charleston.
As deaths mount in America’s opioid crisis, communities on the front lines face a hidden toll: the financial cost.
Before you use any skincare product, check the ingredients label to see if it was made with these chemicals:
Triathlon competitors may be more likely to die suddenly and suffer a fatal trauma or cardiac arrest than previously thought, U.S. data suggest.
Improved joint health can now be added to the long list of fiber’s health benefits as researchers associated a fiber-rich diet with a decreased risk for degenerative joint disease, particularly in the knees.
Newly renovated low-income housing units in Boston earned awards for green design and building but flunked indoor air-quality tests, a new study shows.
Drug companies and doctors have been accused of fueling the opioid crisis, but some question whether insurers have played a role, too.
Despite federal changes to school lunch requirements recently announced by the Trump administration, Clark County School District officials are vowing to make what they serve to students healthier than ever.
A new study published in the journal Nutrients has found that older adults can increase their MP levels by upping their intake of avocados.
U.S. employers are bracing for higher health care expenses in 2018 as spending on new drugs to treat diseases such as cancer, multiple sclerosis and hepatitis C is expected to rise more than 7 percent, according to consultancy firm Mercer.
Tony Turner knew he had to improve his eating habits to reverse a recent diagnosis of prediabetes, but, after several years in the foster care system, he did not know where to start.
Children whose mothers took folic acid supplements early in their pregnancies were less likely to develop autism, even when the pregnant moms were exposed to pesticides linked to the neurodevelopmental disorder, a new study found.
A new study revealed that the key to thriving, rather than just surviving, could be as simple as feeling good about life and yourself, and being good at something, according to a report by the Science Daily.
A four-month investigation from the animal rights group Direct Action Everywhere challenges Whole Foods’ core selling point of healthy and humane food.
With Allegheny County in the depths of an opioid epidemic and the city of Pittsburgh still grappling with a lead crisis, Dr. Karen Hacker, the Director of the Allegheny County Health Department, has a lot on her plate.
A new study shows that ginseng could prove an effective tool in the fight against obesity.
The experiment could provide evidence of how bacteria develop resistance to drugs used to treat infected astronauts in space.
As a physician and actual resident of San Clemente, I feel an obligation to respond to Mr. Bastone’s August 23rd opinion piece in the Voice of OC. Mr. Bastone certainly has admirable credentials as a hospital administrator with a public health background but his arguments in favor of the 241 Toll Road extension through San Clemente are incorrect in so many ways.
A new study has shown that the humble artichoke can be a valuable tool in fighting two specific problems.
For those that need a better way and want REAL medicine, you can begin with the “medicine plant,” commonly known as aloe vera.
As U.S. consumer outrage grows over prescription drug prices, state authorities and patient advocates in Maryland are preparing to enforce the nation’s first law designed to punish drugmaker price-gouging.
Have you ever felt so stressed that you can’t sleep? Here’s good news.
Turmeric is a superfood that has long been hailed for its numerous health benefits, which many people swear by.
Regular strawberry consumption has been found to alleviate the pain levels of knee osteoarthritis.
A compelling new study implies the use of food as medicine.
Listening to happy music while working may spark the kind of divergent thinking that’s associated with creativity and problem solving, a recent study in the Netherlands suggests.