Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease in which a person’s immune system attacks and destroys the cells that create insulin in the pancreas. These cells are called islets, and they measure the amount of glucose in the body and produce the correct amount of insulin required to regulate and normalize…
Since 1988, December 1st has been the day that people all over the world mark World AIDS Day. Thankfully since the first emergence of the epidemic, both treatment and understanding of the disease has progressed and we’re even a step closer to something as significant as an overall cure. While…
You can reverse type 2 diabetes, but it won’t be easy. It will require a certain amount of drive and discipline to reach that goal, but there are steps you can take to make the process less unpleasant while increasing your chances for success. Whether you have type 2 diabetes, or you wish to prevent its onset, this article is for you.
Is cortisol the true cause of heart disease, as the ever-mounting evidence suggests, or is it saturated fat? Explore the evidence and decide for yourself.
The 10 common habits that may be negatively affecting your oral health and preventing you from feeling confident in your smile.
The American Heart Association is still claiming that coconut oil is a dangerous source of fat, yet, clinical research has refuted this argument for more than a decade now.
There are multiple natural ways to decrease cortisol levels. We will be exploring the easiest, most natural, and least expensive methods for keeping your cortisol levels in check.
Riboflavin’s ability to heal hemorrhoids was brought to my attention by an LPN (Licensed Practical Nurse) several years ago. Now, I understand why it works.
Whether you are the one suffering from Premenstrual Syndrome or you are suffering because of someone who does, this article is for you.
Anxiety can do more than send your heart racing and interfere with your ability to get things done. Anxiety can prevent weight loss and encourage weight gain. How can this be? The “stress hormone” cortisol. … Read on to learn more.