Latest Health Matters
The sun is out, pretty much, so lather up with the sunscreen – seriously. The importance of sunscreen cannot be overstated! The number one cause of skin cancers, and aging, and damage to the skin is sun exposure.
We talk about fun runs all the time on Jack, but they really are a great way to commit to exercising. You must get ready for a 5k (3 miles) by doing a few laps […]
A wet winter and a sudden burst of warm weather have combined to create a pollen explosion. When pollen counts go up, so do the number of new asthma cases. You only have to look […]
Now there’s an actual scientific reason as to why women are attracted to rock stars. Beyond their money, beyond their thrashed hotel rooms, even beyond their throngs of attractive groupies. Women believe that men who […]
Spring is finally here, but even if you still have the winter blahs, there are certain things that you can do to feel a bit better. As CBS 2′s Maurice DuBois reported Thursday, the cure […]
How loud is too loud? New research finds that just one loud rock concert or sporting event could cause permanent hearing damage. “I think I’m already somewhere between healthy and Ozzy Osbourne already, so I […]
There are a number of steps you can take to reduce your chances of developing cancer:
1. Don’t smoke.
2. Eat a nutritious diet, which is plant-based and rich in organic fruits and vegetables, whole grains, low-fat dairy products and lean meats that come from animals that are grass-fed. Avoid foods that are loaded with sugar (such as sodas, candy, cookies, pastries, and sugary breakfast cereals) and saturated fats (such as red meat, processed meats, rich dairy products) and trans fat ( such as processed packaged foods including some cookies and crackers).
When it comes to health, there are big differences between men and women, and these differences aren’t just limited to anatomy. Yes, only men are susceptible to conditions like prostate cancer and erectile dysfunction. And, […]
Students who smoke marijuana – and refrain from smoking tobacco –achieve higher levels of academic success than their “marginalized” cigarette-smoking peers. A new study published in the Journal of School Health finds that pot-smoking teens outperform students […]