To Your Health Newsletter

April, 2015 (Vol. 09, Issue 08)
Spring Back From Allergy Symptoms

Now that allergy season is in full swing, you may be experiencing some or all of these symptoms: coughing, itchy and watery eyes, itchy throat, nasal congestion, runny nose, or sneezing and wheezing. If this sounds familiar, you may be tempted to run to the drugstore for some over-the-counter relief - but why not try the remedy road less traveled and try some natural methods to get rid of those annoying symptoms?

Practice Makes Perfect

Improve Your Health by Perfecting Your Posture

Your Thyroid and Metabolism

A Healthy Thyroid Equals a Healthy Weight

Do You Lead a Sedentary Life?

Avoid Sitting Too Much, Moving Too Little

Get Heart Healthy

5 Food Substitutions to Improve Heart Health

An App Might End
Up Saving Your Life

The more than 700 million iPhone users have just been given the opportunity to "do their part to advance medical research." Apple has released ResearchKit "an open-source software framework that makes it easy for researchers and developers to create apps that could revolutionize medical studies, potentially transforming medicine forever."

Keep Your Brain Young Into Your Golden Years

Alzheimer's disease is an irreversible, progressive brain disease that slowly destroys memory and thinking skills. Although you can't currently stop this train, you can slow it down; research by the Alzheimer's Association suggests combining good nutrition with mental, social and physical activities may help in maintaining brain health.

Gain Some ZZZs With the Power of Melatonin

According to the Mayo Clinic, insomnia is caused by stress, anxiety, depression, medical conditions, and more. Aside from being tired after a night of tossing and turning, there are a number of serious health problems long-term sleep deprivation can cause as well. So, how do you get back on track? Melatonin may be the answer.

Infant Antibiotics Lead to Obesity?

While processed, empty-calorie foods and sedentary behavior usually take the blame for childhood obesity, a recent study suggests another culprit: antibiotics.

When Your Workout Backfires

One day while jogging, you twist your ankle; your doctor confirms you have a bad ankle sprain. Here are some drug-free treatment and prevention tips.

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