Is anyone normal anymore? An updated edition of the medical reference doctors use to diagnose mental illnesses could include a range of brand-new disorders, including some that describe thought patterns and behaviors that have long been considered mere quirks or examples of eccentric behavior.
Monthly Archives:: July 2010
A new study debunks the theory that an hour of exercise a day is all you need to live a long life. Turns out, people who spend more time sitting during their leisure time have an increased risk of death, regardless of daily exercise. American Cancer Society researchers tracked the activity levels and death rates… Read more »
Adequate vitamin D levels are best achieved by supplements because of the side-effects of UV exposure, says the results of a new computer simulation model from the US. We can produce vitamin D in our skin on exposure to sunlight, but the merits of getting the supplement via sunlight or supplements is a source of… Read more »
Children suffering from juvenile idiopathic arthritis have lower than normal overall bone mass and are prone to developing osteoporosis in early adulthood. It has now being advised that these children increase their supplemental intake of calcium and vitamin D to help protect them from the effects of this possible outcome. IPM offers Osteo Complex for… Read more »
Ancient religions and the mystery traditions have always used the pomegranate tree and its fruit in symbol and decoration and myth, and alchemists and the hermetic traditions have often used it in symbolic form for its many esoteric connections to the Tree of Life, the Qabbalah, and other spiritual streams. History The pomegranate is also… Read more »
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In not so surprising news, those individuals who ate a wide variety of foods high in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, had the least susceptibility and risk for developing cataracts, according to a recent study. IPM offers the nutritional supplement 4 Sight, formulated to promote good eye health. Source: Healthy Diets and the Subsequent Prevalence of… Read more »
Use of fish oil was shown to significantly decrease blood pressure in overweight adolescent boys. High blood pressure, imbalances in blood lipids and other markers of metabolic and cardiovascular disease can follow adolescents into adult hood potentially leading to more serious disease processes. IPM offers a high-quality fish oil supplement, Mega Omega Balance. Source: Effects… Read more »