Sunscreen Solutions: Do You Know What Is In Your Sunscreen?

Not all sunscreens are created equal. Many popular sunscreens do not protect from UVA rays, the most damaging of the sun’s rays.  Some sunscreens may protect you in the short term, but break down in the sunlight, leaving the skin exposed and unprotected.  May of the sunscreens on the market contain chemicals that can affect …

Baby Fever: Addressing Infertility Naturally

If you Google “infertility” you get 33.5 million results, which tells me that patients are searching for quality information about this complicated diagnosis. Currently, 1 in 7 couples in the United States struggle with infertility. This is largely due to the fact that couples are waiting longer to start having kids. At this time, 20% …

Health Benefits of Gardening

Do you garden for pleasure, beauty, food or just because you love it? Many studies show the benefits of gardening, so either continue doing your favorite activity or it may be time to pick up the hobby. In fact, horticulture therapy (HT) is a modality that some hospitals use to help patients have fewer complications, …

Eat to Live: Best Diets to Prevent Disease

The best diet for a woman, or anyone for that matter, is one that becomes a new way of life and a new way of thinking about food. Listed below are some basic guidelines about eating that apply to everyone. Forming the habits listed below is important for good digestion, absorption of nutrients and elimination, …

The Heart of the Matter–Women and Heart Disease

In a world flooded with information on breast cancer, most women often don’t consider their risk factors for heart disease.  Shockingly, one in three women die from heart disease every year, which far outweighs the number of women that die from cancer. This article will discuss heart disease statistics, how you can recognize dangerous heart …