Vitamin D, aka...the sunshine vitamin, is the only nutrient your body produces when bare skin is exposed to sunlight.  However, 40% of US residents are deficient in vitamin D. This is mainly because people spend more time indoors, wear sunblock outside and avoid eating good sources of this vitamin.   Vitamin D is essential for cell... Continue Reading →


“Don’t think having an otherwise healthy lifestyle will compensate for working too hard and not taking holidays,” said Professor Timo Strandberg, of the University of Helsinki, Finland. “Vacations can be a good way to relieve stress.” Over 1200 middle aged men were randomised into a control group (610 men) and an intervention group (612 men) for... Continue Reading →

Autism is a condition that affects 1 in 88 children according to estimates from the Centers for Disease Control. While we are, as individuals, as different as snowflakes, we also have some pretty big similarities….our brains.  We have discovered a great deal about how the brain functions and it’s “Neuroplastic” abilities to change and remodel... Continue Reading →

If you suffer from migraines, you can agree....THEY SUCK! You know the signs. You can sense it coming. Although, medication can be a life-saver, especially if your migraines are frequent and intense enough to really disrupt your life. But most medications treat the pain itself, not necessarily the root that caused the migraine in the... Continue Reading →

The things you do now can improve your odds of retaining your memory and cognitive function later in life. Everybody's brain changes as they age, but what you do now can help maintain a healthy brain and memory. Your brain is one of the most active organs in your body.  It accounts for about 2%... Continue Reading →

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