Pregnant women may use light exercises to help improve their circulation or relieve tired joints. New research shows that exercise may even be helpful around the time of conception.
A growing body of research suggests that chocolate has many beneficial compounds that promote digestive health and optimal blood pressure. A new study suggests that chocolate may also be beneficial to the circulatory systems of women.
While it is common knowledge that exercise helps people maintain a healthy weight, new research shows that it can also have positive effects on the stem cells in our bone marrow.
Many people use aloe vera to soothe skin problems like irritation caused by sunburns, but this plant substance may have a wide range of healing abilities.
Some people are inspired by summer’s warm weather and the abundance of fresh foods available during this time of year to attempt to cleanse their bodies of built up toxins.
Individuals who increase their intake of vitamin D may be able to lower their blood pressure and in turn, reduce their risk of developing cardiovascular disease, according to findings from a recent study that was presented at the annual meeting of the American College of Cardiology.
Women who are over the age of 45 are most likely to suffer from chronic headaches or migraines, and 3 percent of female Americans experience negative affects on their quality of life due to these conditions, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Massages have been steadily gaining popularity as an alternative, natural remedy for everything from back problems to high blood pressure, and The Signal recently discussed the benefits of the treatment with chiropractor Kelly Herta.
It might surprise you to hear that as early as age 10, you could start to accumulate toxic deposits in your arteries. Over the years it continues to build up and by the time you’re 50, your arteries are likely full of thick, sticky plaque and too narrow for optimum blood flow. This leaves you at increased risk of heart and brain problems.
Making changes to one’s habits to protect organs like the heart may go a long way in helping to prevent strokes.