I’m a believer in exercise, as is anyone who has a basic interest in and half a brain about health and wellness. Thing is, I have to bypass most of the fitness regimens everyone else seems to enjoy. I don’t like refraining from running, but I have to because it’s soooooooo booorrrrrrrrring and I can’t [...]
The more I think and read about stuff in general, the more I’m convinced that “balance” can determine a lot in one’s life in many ways. Maybe it does start with cellular function in the body. Immune balance among the body’s aggressor and suppressor cells from birth and infancy (or even within mother’s biochemistry while in the [...]
Last week was spring break, so I stuck around home and took advantage of some gorgeous early spring weather. I’m no spring chicken, I’m certainly not a paragon of elite physical conditioning, but I cast fear to the wind and took on some physical activities throughout the week that put my joints and muscles to [...]
The recent findings of a Duke University research project (NBC News video below) gives hope to kids who suffer from severe allergic reaction to peanuts. What’s this have to do with us?
The general methodology used in the study was very basic: “training” the immune system to not over-react to an allergen when it enters the body. [...]
I was having lunch with an old friend a while back, talking to her about my work communicating the immune balance story. “You know what? I haven’t been sick in years and you what I attribute that to?” she asked. “I get a solid 9 to 10 hours of sleep a night. I have to have that.” [...]