Monthly Archives: July 2010

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We Have a Winner!

Congratulations to Hastings Sanderson winner of a free Himalayan Salt Inhaler! We would also like to take a moment to Read More →

Sleep Disorders: Early Signs Of Dementia

A new study published in Neurology┬«, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology, shows that dimentia and Parkinson’s Read More →

Being Social Decreases Death Rates By 50%

If you want to increase you odds of living, or dying for that matter, change your social behavior. New research Read More →

BPA Toxin Coats Cash Register Receipts

BPA (a synthetic estrogen like chemical ) has been in the news recently for it’s toxic effects on humans who Read More →

Happy Pioneer Day!

We here at HEALTHandMED.com would like to wish everyone a happy Pioneer Day. For those unfamiliar with Pioneer Day, it Read More →

What’s Special About Whole Food Supplements?

Not all vitamins are created equal, at least that’s the claim of a new kind of vitamin supplement. Whole Food Read More →

Cell Phone Radiation Controversy

A new law passed by the city of San Francisco has brought the controversy surounding cell phone radiation to a Read More →

Health Benefits Of Probiotics: Eczema

A new study published in the British Journal of Dermatology is reporting that consuming probiotic rich dairy products during and Read More →

Study Links Female Body Shape To Brain Function

Obesity lessens brain function for women with certain body shapes. Depending on where the fat is stored, brain function changes Read More →

Study Finds That Cashews Fight Diabetes

The long held notion that cashews are naturally anti-diabetic has recently come under scrutiny. New research has just come out Read More →