Dr. Kate Rhéaume, ND explains that due to increased demand for black cohosh it is increasingly subject to counterfeit’s that may not be as safe or effective.
Dr. Kate Rhéaume, N.D. explains that would be the wrong thing to do according to a study that says exercise is beneficial for people with chronic lung disease. “The less patients with COPD exercise the more likely they are to end up in the hospital, due to complications,” says Dr. Rhéaume.
Dr. Kate Rhéaume, N.D. explains how Rhodiola rosea, an incredible, yet very safe, herb can help you adapt to the stress you are facing, whatever it may be. It helps by increasing your energy, mental clarity, focus and performance, while relieving anxiety and even improving your sex life.
More than 400,000 Canadians and 67 million people worldwide are living with glaucoma, a condition that causes more blindness than any other disease. In its early stages, the most common form of this condition, open-angle glaucoma, is not painful nor does it cause changes in vision, meaning that it is often undetected for years.
March is Endometriosis Awareness Month, aimed at helping people understand this reproductive condition thought to affect at least 176 million people worldwide.
There’s nothing a good night’s sleep can’t fix—but what if you can’t get eight solid hours? What you eat and do during the day has a huge impact on your shuteye. The right sleep recipe, one that takes into account routine, environment, diet, and stress management, will help you get better rest.
Hard to recognise, insidious, and unconsciously encouraged, exercise bulimia is a growing problem that can have serious health consequences. Most of us want to be fit and healthy and so we put in our time at the gym like everyone else, but can we actually become addicted to exercise? How can you tell if things are getting out of control?
While these colours might evoke memories of the setting sun after a lazy summer day or the warm, inviting water you swam in during your last tropical vacation, the truth is artificial colours and food dyes are not as idyllic as their names imply.
There’s lead in your lipstick and beetles in your blush—and that’s not the worst of it. Considering the average woman eats about 4 pounds of lipstick over the course of her life, it might be time to look into some non-toxic beauty products.
New evidence shows that omega-3 fatty acids, such as EPA and DHA, are an even smarter “brain food” than we thought.