For optimum health, we need between 7 and 9 hours of sleep each day. Unfortunately, millions of Americans consistently get less than 6 hours of sleep in a 24-hour period, which harms their health and negatively impacts the economy. In a report published last November, researchers from RAND Corp., a non-profit group, found that this…

Spring officially starts next Monday, March 20. For those of us with the winter blues, this is a cause for celebration. After all, sunlight offers some significant benefits to our emotional and physical health. However, too much sunlight can increase the risk of skin cancer. In this blog, we examine sunlight’s effects on our health…

When we hug and embrace those that we love, a special kind of magic is released and exchanged.  It is a powerful and intimate moment that feels us with warmth, hope, and a profound sense of belonging.  For that moment in time we lose ourselves, our cares, our worries, and the past and the future…

It is interesting to note that, from a statistical perspective, the benefits of telehealth are most-often utilized by young, technology savvy men. It is true that 20-something men and women can benefit from telemedicine due to its cost and time saving benefits, but the demographic that could undoubtedly benefit the most from VideoMedicine is the…

The use of artificial dyes in food products has been a common practice since the days of ancient Egypt. As far back as 1500 B.C. substances such as red wine and mustard have been used to help improve the color of foods and fabrics, and the trade of such colors/herbs/dyes is a longstanding tradition. But…