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First Blood Biomarker for MS Discovered — and What It Means for Treatment
Feb 21, 2017
MS expert — and patient — Terry Wahls, MD, on what the recent discovery means for those with the neurodegenerative disease.
Hidden Triggers of the Sympathetic Stress Response
Aviva Romm, MD
Some unexpected stress factors to consider that can sap adrenal health.
The Stress Alarm
Aviva Romm, MD
Our biological stress response operates the same whether threats are real or perceived. Here's how your system reacts.
5 Things You Can Do to Prevent Arrhythmias
Expert tips to improve your heart health and reduce your risk of arrhythmias.
Out of Rhythm
For decades we’ve been told that endurance exercise is good for the heart. But as more endurance athletes are diagnosed with heart issues, they are learning the hard way that more isn’t always better.
How Exercise Decreases Inflammation
Aug 31, 2016
We know food can make a difference in lowering chronic inflammation, but regular activity also plays an important role. Here are some helpful tips on how to make exercise work for you.
Taking Notes: Chronic Lyme Disease Summit
Casie Leigh Lukes
Jun 10, 2016
Three ways I’m looking at Lyme and tick-borne diseases differently now.
Low-Fat Dairy May Increase the Risk of Type 2 Diabetes
May 9, 2016
A recent study found that people who opted for full-fat dairy products were 50 percent less likely than low-fat fans to develop the disease.
Experience Life Staff
Mar 31, 2016
Protect yourself this tick season (April through October) with these tips.
Heartburn Medications Linked to Elevated Risk of Kidney Disease
Mar 22, 2016
New Johns Hopkins University study finds connection between kidney disease and the use of common heartburn medications.
Depression & Inflammation
A new study suggests that chronic inflammation can lead to depression.
Make Your Own Health Miracles
Too many chronic ailments have been pronounced “incurable.” Here’s how some forward-thinking practitioners are resolving such conditions — and transforming their patients’ lives.
Statins May Raise Diabetes Risk
Cholesterol-lowering statin drugs may substantially increase men’s risk of developing type 2 diabetes, according to new research from the University of Eastern Finland and Kuopio University Hospital.
Lyme Disease in the Limelight
Jill Metzler Patton
Jul 10, 2015
Researchers at Johns Hopkins University are taking a closer look at Lyme disease.
Basic Tenet Behind Atherosclerosis Treatment Challenged
Jul 9, 2015
Complications of hardening of the arteries are the No. 1 killer worldwide, but a new study challenges the long-held understanding of the disease.
Users of Proton Pump Inhibitors More Likely to Suffer Heart Attacks
Jun 22, 2015
A new study finds a greater risk of heart attacks in patients using the gastrointestinal drugs.
11 Facts About Your Thyroid
Experience Life Team
Aug 27, 2014
Millions of people suffer the symptoms of thyroid dysfunction without ever knowing why. Here are 11 critical things you should know now.
What Your Body Is Trying to Tell You (Infographic)
Experience Life Team
Aug 17, 2014
Common signals you shouldn't ignore.
Beating Lyme Disease
For patients with tick-borne diseases, the path to health can be confounding. Combining integrative and conventional approaches may be the best way forward.
Culinary Spices and Cancer Prevention
Feb 5, 2014
Laine Bergeson on the cancer-fighting properties of spices.
Autoimmune Disorders: When Your Body Turns On You
There's been a stark rise in autoimmune disorders over the past 50 years, from type 1 diabetes and multiple sclerosis to celiac disease and asthma. The first step toward a cure is understanding and controlling the causes.
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