IBS, leaky gut syndrome, and mood disorders are just some of the conditions probiotics may help treat.
Not all probiotics — or gut microbiomes — are created equal. Here's how to find the right probiotic for you.
Even if you eat a high-quality diet, you might want to supplement with a probiotic. Here's why.
The FDA doesn't regulate supplements, but here are some tips to suss out a quality probiotic.
Why are probiotics so popular? Are all supplements equally effective? Can I get enough friendly bacteria from food? Health experts address these and other common questions.
The state of the current healthcare system may leave you feeling powerless over your health and well-being, but you have more control than you might think. Here are some strategies that are worth the investment.
Take control of your health with these low-cost tips.
These free strategies can keep your body and mind in peak condition.
Simple strategies to help keep the doctor away.
The following foods can support the body nutritionally as it adjusts and rebuilds during recovery.
What you eat can play a key role in overcoming drug and alcohol addiction.
Learn how to cultivate a more optimistic mindset so you can enjoy your life now — and well into the future.
Instead of using NSAIDs like Advil or Aleve, many people are starting to use anti-inflammatory CBD to treat pain.
Dosage ranges widely from person to person. Here are some tips to determine your ideal CBD dose.
What is CBD? Our integrative-health experts explain how cannabidiol
works to relieve pain, anxiety, and more.
To reduce tension in your eyes, spend a few minutes every day doing these exercises.
Yes, the beta-carotene found in carrots really does support your vision.
"Computer vision syndrome" is an actual thing. Here are some tips to protect your eyes when using screens.
Experts answer 13 questions about vision and explain how to take better care of your eyes.
Tools and techniques for managing chronic pain — without opioids.
An evolving understanding of pain is leading us to treatments that are safer — and more effective — than opioids.