States Taking the Lead in Laws to Curb Drug Costs

Several states are tackling high prescription drug prices, an issue that’s important to the public but has not yet been aggressively addressed by Congress. Continue reading

5 Natural Heartburn Remedies Proven to Beat Drugs

Here are five natural heartburn remedies that went head to head with drugs and won. Continue reading

New Scientific Analysis Confirms Saturated Fats Have No Link to Heart Disease

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For decades, saturated fat has been wrongfully blamed for causing heart disease, but over 70 published studies overwhelmingly dispute this Continue reading

VA’s Disability Claims Backlog Down by 84% Since March 2013

On Monday, the Department of Veterans Affairs announced that it has reduced the number of backlogged disability claims by 84% since March 2013, AP/San Francisco Chronicle reports (Daly, AP/San Francisco Chronicle, 8/24).

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Health Care Premiums Rise, More Increases Coming

Group health care premiums continue to outpace inflation, and while most employers are feeling the pressure of rising health care costs, benefits experts say smaller employers may face a heavier burden. Continue reading

How Chinese Medicine Can Naturally Boost Your Fertility

Did you know that Chinese herbs can boost your fertility? Try using natural Chinese herbs to help you get pregnant. For many years, practitioners of traditional Chinese medicine have helped many women become pregnant who have experienced infertility problems. Traditional Chinese medicine has been used for Continue reading

Heal Your Heart and Reduce Your Risk of Breast Cancer


The mind-body connection is undeniable.  Can healing your heart and your emotional wounds reduce your risk of breast cancer?  Continue reading

Change the Game by Taking Control of Your Health


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Conventional medicine is excellent at diagnosing disease, but where it fails miserably is in the treatment approaches. It only treats the symptoms, not the cause, typically using toxic drugs Continue reading

DynoSense Raises $9.4M for Mobile-Enabled Health Sensing Device

Sunnyvale, California-based DynoSense, which has developed a mobile-enabled sensor that tracks a number of vital signs and other health biometrics, raised $9.4 million from WI Harper Group, JKOM Cloud Health Technology, Plug and Play Tech Center, Jinmao Capital, and Wilson, Sonsini, Goodrich and Rosati. Continue reading

HealthSpot to Bring 7 Minute Blood Tests to Telehealth Kiosks


Samsung LABGEOPT10, a portable clinical chemistry analyzer that improves efficiency by saving time for clinicians and patients through fast, easy and accurate blood analysis. Continue reading

EU Agency Opens Investigation into HPV Vaccine after Shot Damages Thousands of Families


The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has launched a probe into the highly controversial HPV vaccination program following thousands of reports of young girls falling seriously ill after getting jabbed. Per the Swedish news source Svenska Dagbladet (SvD), the European Union’s version of Continue reading

Major Depression Symptoms Improved with Chlorella

The symptoms of depression are often treated with drugs that can have long-term adverse side effects. A new study finds chlorella significantly reduces symptoms of major depression. Continue reading

Even Ants Use Natural Medicine Because IT WORKS

From humans to insects, using natural substances to treat infection is a concept as old as time itself. Continue reading

Senate Mental Health Bill Would Relax Federal Privacy Rules

A new Senate mental health bill (S 1945) would relax a federal law that regulates the sharing of paper and electronic health records for patients with substance misuse issues, Modern Healthcare reports. Continue reading