Today’s Solutions: May 21, 2024

Person suffering from a migraine with a pillow over their head.

Your loved one suffers from migraines? Here's how to help them

For anyone who suffers from migraines, the pain can be unbearable. On the one hand, there is the physical pain of these recurring headaches. On the other hand, there’s the frustration of people downplaying just how much people with migraines can suffer. According to the National Headache Read More...

Mature woman lying on her sofa, enjoying listening to some music through headphones.

Ease menopause by listening to music

Going through menopause can be an extremely challenging time, where the world you’ve known for most of your life is turned upside down. Not every person's experience of menopause is the same, with symptoms ranging in frequency and severity. These include depression, sexual dysfunction, joint and Read More...

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Zinc could provide relief for cold and flu symptoms

Zinc is an essential nutrient that supports healing, cell growth, sense of taste and smell, and insulin function. It has been used as natural health support for generations, and new research, published in the journal BMJ Open, supports this claim with the finding that zinc can prevent and shorten Read More...

3 Signs there may be mold in y

3 Signs there may be mold in your home

Most of us can recognize mold on our loaf of bread or our favorite cheese, but when it comes to spotting mold in your home, things aren’t quite as simple. Mold can hide in hard-to-spot places, negatively impacting your health from an unseen location. Here are three sneaky signs you may have mold Read More...

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One in five taking a drug that worsens other symptoms

Over three-quarters of older Americans are being treated for more than one chronic condition. A new study has highlighted the possible risks of this practice, finding that more than 20% of senior citizens are receiving a medication that may cause another pre-existing condition to get worse, and Read More...

Had it with the heartburn? Try

Had it with the heartburn? Try a Mediterranean diet

 April 2009 issue When I was a young assistant professor in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, I often woke in the night with heartburn. I mentioned it to a few colleagues, who were surprised to hear I didn’t take an antacid every night—as they did—to prevent acid buildup in the stomach. At the Read More...