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Mar
10
2008

Yoga May Help Breast Cancer Survivors with Menopausal Symptoms

A recently released study shows a specific yoga program has benefits for women who have survived breast cancer in their experiences with menopausal symptoms.

Mar
06
2008

Vitamin D May Combat a Range of Diseases

Vitamin D, which can typically be derived from exposure to the sun, has been discovered to be helpful in combating cancer, osteoporosis and other diseases. However, due to the risk of skin cancer, more physicians are recommending vitamin D be taken in a pill form.

Mar
03
2008

Green Tea Party

By Cathy Christensen

Enjoy the body benefits and rich flavor of this much-lauded beverage.

Feb
27
2008

Acupuncture May Alleviate Menstrual Pain

New research released by German researchers shows that in addition to treating other types of pain, acupuncture can be useful in helping women treat menstrual pain.

Feb
26
2008

Americans Spending More on Yoga

A recently released study commissioned by Yoga Journal indicates Americans are spending nearly double on yoga classes and products than they were in 2004, showing a devoted market base and an interest in health and wellness.

Feb
22
2008

Women Tea-drinkers May Have Less Plaque in Arteries

A study recently released by researchers in France indicates women who drink at least three cups of tea a day are less likely to have plaque in their cartoid arteries, pointing to health benefits of tea.

Feb
20
2008

Trends in Holistic Beauty and Nutraceuticals

By Imogen Matthews

Trends in holistic beauty are spurring the nutricosmetic segment and recent product launches.

Feb
01
2008

Blue Love

By Cathy Christensen

Get a taste of the delicious flavor and important health benefits of the super blueberry.

Jan
28
2008

Wellness Services Prompting More Client Questions

As spas are beginning to offer more services that cater to wellness and health, industry experts are encouraging clients ask more questions.

Jan
14
2008

Exercise May Help Decrease Inflammation in Skin Tissue

University of Illinois researchers have found that exercise can aid in decreasing the inflammation of damaged skin, helping to heal wounds.