By Dr. Mark Hyman
You are more likely to be healthy if your friends are healthy and more likely to be overweight if your friends are overweight.
Both good health and bad health are contagious. So is happiness or depression.
Too much sodium in the diet increases the risk for high blood pressure, stroke, heart failure, osteoporosis, stomach cancer and kidney disease.
That’s why the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued a guideline for sodium intake — less than 2300mg/day for healthy individuals under 50 years old, and Continue reading »
by Michael Fuhrman D.C.
Dental care doesn’t just benefit your teeth and gums, it plays a crucial role in maintaining your overall health. While oral conditions such as gingivitis and periodontal disease can cause bleeding gums and severe pain, and eventually may even cause tooth loss, Continue reading »
Dr. Leo Galland, an award-winning pioneer in integrated medicine, presented this lecture at the New York Presbyterian Hospital/Cornell University Medical School.
In Chapter 4 of this eight part video series, Dr. Galland discusses how elimination of specific foods or food groups can Continue reading »