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Pharmaceutical Adverse Reactions Are Skyrocketing

Research published July 4, 2022, online revealed some shocking statistics about the dramatic rise in adverse drug reactions in the U.K.1 Many of these adverse reactions were related to the number of prescriptions prescribed to the individuals. Another name for overprescribing medications is “polypharmacy.” The issue has been snowballing in the last decade as Big… Read More »

Why Standing May Be as Important as Exercise

During the pandemic, the already largely sedentary American population moved even less, with daily steps plunging by an average of 20%.1 With more people working from home, the tendency to sit at a computer for long hours is taking a toll on both physical and mental health, but the upside is that many are increasingly… Read More »

Ever Had Migraine Auras? Maybe This Will Help

It is estimated that migraines affect 12% of the population of the U.S.1 Chronic migraines are the second most disabling condition and are associated with psychiatric disease, sleep disorders and cardiovascular disease. Migraines often start before the age of 40 and usually during adolescence.2 Women are more likely than men and people with a family… Read More »

What You Need to Know About Melatonin

In this interview, Russel Reiter, Ph.D. — a world-class expert on melatonin — discusses some of the biological activities and health benefits of this important molecule. With some 1,600 papers to his credit, as well as three honorary doctor of medicine1 degrees, he’s published more studies on melatonin than anyone else alive. Melatonin 101 Melatonin… Read More »

The Great Vaccine Scare Reaches Fever Pitch

The topic of vaccines has always been controversial, but it reached a fever pitch during the COVID-19 pandemic, when it became sacrilegious to speak out against them, or even question their safety and efficacy. In 2021, investigative journalist Paul Thacker became a target of what he calls “the Great Vaccine Scare — hysteria about any… Read More »