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Nurturing Emotional Health & Resilience as an Anti-Aging Tool

Nurturing Emotional Health & Resilience as an Anti-Aging Tool

So much of the mainstream talk you hear about anti-aging seems to focus mainly on the body, as if the mind were totally separate. But new research in Translational Psychiatry offers a good reminder of why nurturing emotional health and resilience are just as important...

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The Radiant Health Blog in Review, 2021

The Radiant Health Blog in Review, 2021

A year ago at this time, we were all pretty hopeful that we would finally start to get the upper hand on COVID and pivot back to something closer to normal. Then Delta happened, and now Omicron. So it’s hardly a surprise to see that, of the 10 most accessed posts on...

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Same Cluster of Post-MRI Symptoms, New (Proposed) Name: SAGE

Same Cluster of Post-MRI Symptoms, New (Proposed) Name: SAGE

Not a week goes by that we don’t get calls or emails from people concerned about gadolinium toxicity from MRI contrast agents. Some mention being told that this exposure couldn’t possibly be the cause of their symptoms. Gadolinium is highly toxic, and the scientific...

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A Twist in the Tale of Long COVID?

A Twist in the Tale of Long COVID?

A fascinating new JAMA study stirred up some controversy late last week by suggesting that psychological factors - rather than SARS-CoV-2 - may be behind some cases of long COVID. It involved nearly 27,000 French patients who took COVID antibody tests. After they...

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The Pandemic 29 & What to Do About It

The Pandemic 29 & What to Do About It

If you’ve gained weight during this pandemic, you’re hardly alone. Over 40% of Americans have, with an average gain of 29 pounds. Ten percent reported gaining more than 50. There are plenty of reasons for this. Increased stress. Disrupted sleep patterns. Much more...

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New Findings on Vitamin D & COVID-19

New Findings on Vitamin D & COVID-19

Early in the pandemic, it became clear that there was a link between COVID deaths and vitamin D deficiency. Now we’re getting some evidence that vitamin D could possibly play a role in treating the disease - evidence just published in the American Journal of...

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