Monthly Archives: August 2018

Teens Who Are Constantly On Their Phones May Be At Risk of ADHD, Study Says

TIME Health By Jamie Ducharme July 18, 2018 New research says there may be consequences for teenagers growing up in the social media generation. Though it could not prove causation, a new study, published Tuesday in JAMA, found an association between lots of screen use in teenagers and symptoms of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). The disorder… Read more »

New Drug Shows Promise in Early Studies to Treat Alzheimer’s

TIME Health By Alice Park July 26, 2018 There hasn’t been much good news lately on the Alzheimer’s drug front, with a number of companies either abandoning their Alzheimer’s research efforts or stopping studies of experimental medications. Over the summer, Eli Lilly and AstraZeneca PLC terminated their development of an experimental treatment when studies failed… Read more »


Harvard Health Blog POSTED FEBRUARY 24, 2016, 9:00 AM by  Julie Corliss Executive Editor, Harvard Heart Letter You probably know that regular exercise offers a wealth of benefits for your body, like staving off excess weight and chronic illnesses like heart disease and diabetes. But mounting evidence suggests that exercise is also good for your brain. A study… Read more »

Herbs for Natural Pain Relief

By Cathy Wong, ND | Reviewed by a board-certified physician Updated September 29, 2017 If you are living with pain, adding herbs to your regimen may help to ease your discomfort, especially when combined with regular exercise, diet, and the practice of relaxation techniques. At the root of many pain-causing conditions such as arthritis, back pain, and tendonitis is inflammation, a natural immune response to infection… Read more »