Category Archives: Education

Chronic pain: Antidepressants not painkillers recommended

Doctors are being advised not to prescribe common painkillers, including paracetamol and ibuprofen, for patients with chronic pain not caused by an injury or other medical condition. The National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (NICE) said there was little evidence they help. And it suggests there is evidence long-term use can be harmful. Its… Read More »

How to Keep Ticks Off You and Your Pets

There’s nothing better than spending a warm sunny day outside with your pet – whether you’re on a walk through the neighborhood, through a local park, or on a hike through the woods. But there’s one big potential downside to romping around outdoors with your pet, and it’s one that can affect both humans and… Read More »

Essential Oil Remedies [INFOGRAPHIC]

The Role of Aromatherapy Essential Oils in Cancer Treatment While the immune system is not directly stimulated by essential oils, they can be a complement to cancer treatment by improving the ability of the immune system to fight off infections. Lymphatic drainage can also be stimulated with certain essential oils or some may possess antibacterial… Read More »

EMF Meter And Monitors: Why They Are Essential For Your Health And Safety

As people strive to live healthier lifestyles, many are drawn towards technology and gadgets that may improve their overall well-being. One of these newly-developed devices is the Electromagnetic Field (EMF) meter and monitor.This device is used to measure the surrounding environment for the presence of electromagnetic fields and detect different forms of EMF, from high… Read More »

Beat type 2 diabetes in middle age – and you could fight off Alzheimer’s

Beat type 2 diabetes in middle age – and you could fight off Alzheimer’s: Compelling new evidence shows high blood sugar in your 40s may trigger dementia Study of people with Alzheimer’s found 81 per cent had diabetes or prediabetes  Research found cheap diabetes drugs may be able to slow progress of disease The link… Read More »