Seasonal Allergies – Autumn In New York

Autumn in New York might be a great song, but that’s about as far as it goes for allergy sufferers. In a city made from concrete and glass, you’d think it was easy to escape an attack by natural…

What Gets YOU Inflamed?

Are you an adult? Would you prefer the pound(s) of cure to the ounce of prevention? One of the sad commentaries about adulthood is that we don’t take care of ourselves until something hurts, the…

Fructose Is an Inflammatory Word

Inflammatory words arouse strong emotion. Related to our physical being, the term “inflammatory” refers to the body’s strong response to invasion by a foreign substance, such as a virus or bacterium,…

The Rumors on Rheumatoid Arthritis

Aunt Martha’s mother was the kindest, gentlest soul you’d ever meet. She went out of her way to make you feel at home. Food and drink were hallmarks of her cordial greeting. But she couldn’t open a…

Reduce Inflammation through Weight Loss

Some of us know inflammation too well. When getting out of bed in the morning becomes an auditory event in your joints that rivals a flamenco dancer’s castanets, you know inflammation. What you may…

Allergy and Inflammation

If you’re among the susceptible, the first whack in the face by a giant pollen ball is enough to set you back. You get the runny nose, the watery eyes, the headaches and all the accessories. If…

Brain Fog

There is a relationship between central nervous system missteps and markers of inflammation. Age doesn’t matter; it happens across the board. If the occasional bout of forgetfulness strikes you, you…

Diabetes and Omega-3’s

Reading, interpreting and understanding scientific literature can be tedious because the authors often find that their previous paper on the subject missed its mark or was completely wrong. Easy to…