A recent study conducted by teams in New York and South Carolina, under the leadership of professors Carol Wagner and Bruce Hollis, women who are breastfeeding their babies need at least 6,400 IU of vitamin D every day in order to be able to properly maintain recommended vitamin D levels in their infants. The results […]
Vitamin D Deficiency: Why it Matters & How to Fix it.
Are You Vitamin D Deficient? Probably. “Over three out of every four Americans now have vitamin D levels below what we believe is necessary for optimal health.” -Dr. Adit Ginde, an assistant professor of surgery at the University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine. Read article. Vitamin D Deficiency – What Difference Does it Make? Vitamin […]
How to Know When to Do Light Therapy for Best Anti-Depressant Results
The human body’s master clock roughly lines up with the 24-hour environmental clock, setting itself according to the body’s exposure to light and darkness. But technology has altered the intensity of light and the hours of exposure most people experience. Source: Behind The Numbers: Light Reading (and a Quiz) – The Numbers – WSJ We […]
“Photobiomodulation” it is!
North American Association for Photobiomodulation Source: NAALT – Home The leaders in light therapy research have finally agreed to call the healing and therapeutic use of light, “PHOTOBIOMODULATION.” Their home page also acknowledges that this form of therapy includes the use of, “LASERS, LEDs, and broad-band light, in the visible and infrared spectrum.” These two […]
What is MRSA? Top 7 MRSA Questions Answered [Pictures]
What Does MRSA Stand For? MRSA stands for: Methicillin (a penicillin related antibiotic) Resistant (the bacteria is not affected by the antibiotic) Staphylococcus Aureus (the bacteria that causes the infection) It is pronounced either by saying all four letters, or calling it mer-sa. What is MRSA? MRSA is a type of microorganism that can lead to different kinds […]
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