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The Transformational Leadership at SoundHealth

Mike Miller the CEO of SoundHealth has a transformational vision, “to improve the human condition around the world”.  In this interview,  he discuesses how he is delivering on that mission,  and how we all can become involved.  


Ten health benefits of sex 

Type “sexual health” into a search engine, and it is likely that you will be bombarded with pages of articles covering anything and everything, from sexual norms and advice on relationships, birth control, and pregnancy, to information about STDs and how to avoid them. What is less often discussed, however,…



Ayurvedic treatment for psoriasis: Options, remedies, and evidence 

Ayurvedic treatment for psoriasis: Options, remedies, and evidence Ayurveda, also known as Ayurvedic medicine, aims to help a person heal their body, mind, and spirit. The practice originated in India more than 3,000 years ago. Ayurvedic medicine features treatments that have been used to treat psoriasis. Psoriasis is a condition…


Psoriasis scars: Treatment and prevention 

Psoriasis is a skin disease that can cause scaly red and silvery patches to form on many areas of the body. These areas include around the joints, trunk, and scalp. Psoriasis outbreaks may be itchy or painful. Particularly itchy outbreaks or painful areas of psoriasis may lead to psoriasis scars….


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Magnesium may prevent bone fractures 

New research – conducted by scientists from the University of Bristol in the United Kingdom and the University of Eastern Finland in Kuopio – suggests that low levels of magnesium may increase the risk of bone fractures and that, conversely, high levels may ward off this cause of disability. New…


Good’ cholesterol levels reduced with high air pollution exposure

A wealth of studies have suggested a link between exposure to air pollution and a greater risk of cardiovascular disease. New research suggests that the effects of such pollution on levels of “good” cholesterol may be to blame. Researchers have found that high exposure to traffic-related air pollution might lower…


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Multiple sclerosis: Novel immunotherapy reverses paralysis in mice 

Multiple sclerosis: Novel immunotherapy reverses paralysis in miceWritten by Honor WhitemanPublished: Todayemail5156SHAREResearchers may be one step closer to developing new treatments for multiple sclerosis, after discovering a way to tame the erratic immune response that triggers the disease and reverse paralysis in mouse models of the disease.The picture on the…


New explanation found for age-related female infertility

Infertility affects millions of couples in the United States, and age is one of the main factors that influence a person’s ability to procreate. New research examines the genetic basis for age-related infertility in women and finds a potential new explanation for it. New study finds a novel explanation for…