Radiant Health Blog

From Basic Health to Radiant Health

If you’re looking to save money on healthcare, prevention is about the best insurance you can get. Yet as we’ve noted before, far too many of us fail to engage in more than a few of the most basic healthful habits, namely Not smoking. Exercising regularly. Drinking in...

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From the Archives: Mindfulness in Trying Times

If you’ve been feeling more stressed than usual, you’re not alone. According to the American Psychological Association’s latest Stress in America report, more Americans are feeling more maxed out than ever. Over half – 57% reported significant stress over the...

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When Medical Issues Have a Psychological Component

Think about a time when you were really stressed out – the tangle of anxiety, anger, fatigue. Maybe your stomach hurt or you got a headache or back pain set in. Maybe your chest felt tight. And just as mental states can have physical expression, physical issues can...

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Towards More Personalized Nutrition

Of course, the red wine we looked at last time is hardly the only source of heart-healthy antioxidants – nor are antioxidants the only kind of nutrient that supports heart health. No doubt, you’ve probably come across many a list of foods purported to keep...

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Not the Red Wine but the Antioxidants in It

You’ve probably heard that a little red wine each day is good for your heart. So maybe it was just a matter of time before someone got the idea of putting its antioxidants into a stent. Commercial stents can release chemotherapy agents that are toxic and can cause the...

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From the Archives: Enhancing Health with IV Therapies

When it comes to taking a proactive, preventive approach to health, avoiding the bad is just one half of the equation. The other, of course, is embracing the good – giving your body, mind, and spirit what they need to function optimally. For your body is a...

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Physical Health, Emotional Health

Happiness and health go hand-in-hand. So saith the research. Yet as a new study reminds, the pursuit of happiness can actually make us unhappy. Through a set of four experiments on time and happiness, Canadian researchers found that the harder we try to make ourselves...

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A Key Component to Healthy Aging & Longevity: Exercise

It wasn’t so long ago most folks believed that growing old meant slowing down, becoming more sedentary. These days, lots of us are sedentary from childhood onward – even if the demands of life keep us from slowing down as much as we need to. Movement. Rest....

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