When news of the Coronavirus hit, panic struck. The media needed a good story. So the highly contagious and sometimes deadly virus became the top story.
If your sex life isn’t what it used to be, you’ve probably tried all sorts of treatments, including pills and hormones to fix the problem. Most of these treatments will have some effect — at least for a time.
It’s February, the month we celebrate Valentine’s Day and the love of our life. So let’s focus on your heart for a moment to make sure you’re around to enjoy your loved ones for years to come.
You may have heard the old adage that you are what you eat. While there’s a lot of truth to that saying, it would be more accurate to say “you are what you take in and remove.”
Walk into any CVS or Walgreens pharmacy with a prescription for erectile dysfunction, and it will likely be for Viagra, Levitra, or Cialis. These drugs have been on the market for some time and have a fairly good track record of success.
Have you ever had a stubborn infection that just wouldn’t go away? Perhaps your cancer treatments are having unwanted side effects. Or maybe you’re suffering from unexplained joint pain, anemia, gum disease or a host of other issues.
Did you know that there are a number of medications that can cause joint pain? You might be taking a drug to treat a completely separate health issue, and the side effect that you notice most might be your joint pain.
When the sneezing, sniffling, and runny eyes of springtime kick in, most people grab for the allergy pills, antihistamines, and eye drops. But did you know you can greatly relieve if not banish your allergy symptoms by fixing your gut?
Functional Medicine focuses on restoring optimal function of the body and its organs, usually involving natural medicine. It’s a journey of working together, a partnership between you and your practitioner that leads you to ideal health.
Hormones regulate the activity of cells, tissues and organs in your body. The balance of hormones produced by your body is essential to good health and well-being. There are many ways to support the hormone system naturally.
It’s the time of the month that so many women dread, the PMS days. For some, premenstrual syndrome is simply an irritating inconvenience, but for others it is a cause of extreme suffering.