549: Angela Gargano on Strong Feels Good, Getting Your First Pull-Up & What if It All Goes Right?

Episode Transcript Child: Welcome to my Mommy’s podcast. This podcast is sponsored by Hiya Health… a new type of children’s vitamins. Typical children’s vitamins are basically candy in disguise — filled with two teaspoons of sugar, unhealthy chemicals, and other gummy junk growing kids should never eat. Hiya is made with zero sugar and … Read more

How Loud Noises Can Lead to Heart Attacks

Pollution comes in several different forms. While the health effects of air and water pollution have been well studied over the last several decades, researchers have only begun to delve into the health effects of noise and light pollution on humans and the environment. A study presented at the American College of Cardiology Annual Scientific … Read more

Can This Popular Herb Help Stop Seizures?

This article was previously published August 8, 2019, and has been updated with new information. Cilantro and coriander seed are names identifying the two stages of development of the plant genus Coriandum sativum. Cilantro refers to the initial leafy stage of the life cycle. Once the plant goes through its flowering stage and seeds begin … Read more

For Survivors, School Shootings a Lasting and Mean Companion

May 25, 2022 – As the parents of the 19 children shot dead Tuesday in Uvalde, TX, by an 18-year-old gunman grapple with unspeakable grief and funeral preparations, the survivors and their families are dealing with their own angst, and likely much more. While the parents understandably feel lucky that their children made it out, … Read more

Effectiveness of Antiviral Drugs Against Monkeypox Uncertain

By Ernie Mundell HealthDay Reporter WEDNESDAY, May 25, 2022 (HealthDay News) — Up until recently monkeypox infection outside of Africa was rare, but a look back at seven cases occurring in Britain over the past few years gives hints at what drugs work to fight the disease — and which don’t. The need to better … Read more

Oxalate Dumping: What Do We Know?

By now, you know about oxalates: plant compounds that bind with minerals like calcium and magnesium and form crystals. These crystals deposit in joints, kidneys, prostates, bladders, thyroids, the synovial fluid, and other tissues to cause pain, inflammation, and damage. Oxalate crystals have been linked to issues like kidney stones and arthritis. Many people who … Read more