It’s starting to turn into spring here. That means the summer outdoor concert season will be here soon. As a classic rock fan, I love seeing some the 70s and 80s super groups when they tour during the summer. Already we have The Doobie Brothers, Heart, Def Leppard, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Head East and April Wine [...]
A health column in a Savnanah, GA newspaper discusses inflammation in the body and health factors (diet, exercise,
etc) that contribute to it. Inflammation at the cellular level can lead to a variety of chronic health conditions. Overall it’s a very good piece.
One thing the columnist did not point out, however, [...]
Some new science being reported this month suggests that a certain immune cell present in the brain may influence the synapses–or connections–among brain cells in early postnatal brain development. The specific immune cell — a protein called Major Histocompatibility Complex type 1–”are present on the surface of young brain cells during early postnatal development.” According [...]
My office building’s kitchen has one of those fancy European coffee machines; the kind that’s hooked up to the water system and let’s you put in packets of coffee for single servings. You can choose from 30 different kinds of coffee. And, five different teas.
I use that machine a lot. Too much, probably. So [...]
We just received a great comment from a Ryan Lee in Cincinnati:
“I am a singer. And the one thing I’ve dealt with for the last couple years is getting frequent colds. I workout 4 days a week and eat well, but in Cincinnati, you never know what the temp or weather is going [...]
A naturopathic physician writes in his blog about his experience taking EpiCor. Seems like his experience kind of parallels mine. Check it out for yourself. I’m trying to find more about who he is and where he practices.
On the same immune balance note: Here’s a video that explains, in a simplified but informative way, [...]
A great post today in the health section of the Huffington Post by Dr. Leo Galland, M.D. It talks about many aspects of gut health, leading with a “savory” description of parasitic populations within the human gut and all the problems that may cause.
Further into the piece comes a section that helps spell out [...]