How dealing with past trauma may be the key to breaking addiction

On January 21, 2019, in Commentary, by Erik

Addiction can devastate the lives of an addict and those who love him and breaking free from the addiction is not easy. One of the reasons that it can be hard to break free from an addiction is because the traumas from the past are still there, still unresolved and haunting your mind and heart. […]

 

Rise in melatonin use to help children sleep leads to safety warning

On January 17, 2019, in Commentary, by Erik

Parents have turned to melatonin to give to their children to relax them and to help them sleep better at night. It’s an all-natural supplement that’s worked for many parents who’ve avoided using medications that could be risky, such as Ritalin. However, the increased number of children using melatonin has caused the issuance of a […]

 

Four ways to help you take a break from alcohol

On January 14, 2019, in Commentary, by Erik

Cutting out alcohol for a while can be beneficial to people’s health, even if they’re only an occasional or moderate drinker to start with. People who cut out alcohol say it helps them sleep more soundly and promotes weight loss by removing empty calories. It can be useful to set a longer duration for an […]

 

London under threat of ‘sinking’ as global warming makes sea levels rise, new report finds

On January 10, 2019, in Commentary, by Erik

There really are some serious threats that global warming is proposing to the world. There are some people who realize these threats while there are others who continue to bat an eye towards it. For the people who know what global warming is, they know that some of the major cities in the world are […]

 

Brexit will seriously harm UK cancer research, experts say

On January 7, 2019, in Commentary, by Erik

The research that has been going on in the United Kingdom about cancer has been really good. For years, they have been one of the world leaders and they try to meet a certain standard with their research. Between them and the United States, the mind power at work was truly something special to behold. […]

 

Young people’s mental health: we can build a resilient generation | Paul Burstow

On January 3, 2019, in Commentary, by Erik

Young peoples mental health problem is a worsening crisis and there is immediate action required. Early prevention and intervention will half the number of people with life long health issues. What if we could tackle the causes and reduce the incidence of enduring mental health problems with starts from the age of 14.to tackle the […]

 

Why modern medicine is a major threat to public health | Aseem Malhotra

On December 31, 2018, in Commentary, by Erik

Modern medicine has severely over-prescribed medications, to the point where medication side effects, abuse and over-use are a major cause of death in themselves. Life expectancies for British adults have stalled since 2010, even though more than half of British adults are on at least one prescription. Most of the increased costs projected to hit […]

 

What this dermatologist said about micellar water will freak people out

On December 27, 2018, in Commentary, by Erik

Micellar water is very new but it is something that is not completely found out yet by the people who should know about these things. In other words, it is still being tested for the positives and negatives that it provides. A lot of people are wondering what the affects of this water are on […]

 

What clinical nutritionist and naturopath Jess Blair wants people to know about healthy eating

On December 24, 2018, in Commentary, by Erik

Healthy eating has to come from within someone. No one can force people to eat things that they do not like and no one can force them not to eat the things that they do like. If anyone is trying to achieve a certain body image, then that is on each individual to figure out what […]

 

The Gallbladder and the Body

On December 20, 2018, in Commentary, by Erik

Taking care of one’s body is extremely important regardless of how old or young someone is. As people get older, it only gets harder to take care of little things that once meant so much to them. With that being said, the gallbladder is absolutely no different and it should be treated as such. Reducing […]