Those who live in a city that is polluted and has poor air quality are more prone to suffering from various health conditions or ailments. As an urgent care clinic located in Los Angeles county (Glendale, CA) we understand how precious air quality is.
In the health food world, it's been known for some time that honey is not just good for bears. Recently, however, honey has become increasingly popular and is getting widespread attention for its health benefits.
Diabetes isn't something that goes away; it's something you must live with and learn to manage. If your blood sugar isn't under control, it affects every cell in your body. Your risks of heart disease, kidney failure, eye problems, nerve damage, infections and dental disease all increase. The first step in managing the condition is to educate yourself.
The 6th Annual Glendale Health Festival is continuing its mission to build a healthier community on Saturday, November 7, 2015, at the Civic Auditorium from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The WHO, World Health Organization, announced that processed meats, bacon, and sausage equally contribute to cancer just as much as asbestos and cigarettes. A recently released report states that read meat and processed meats are linked to cancer.
More people are becoming curious about the potential health benefits of natural herbs and other supplements. As covered by Urgent 9 in a recent post about spirulina, people are turning to this powerful algae to help relieve the symptoms of chronic illnesses.
Many people are aware that changes in weather can lead to a general feeling of sickness. Some people are known to experience a headache or to feel dizzy when a tornado or a hurricane is approaching.
Spirulina is a multi-faceted and organically made herb that promotes health and wellness to individuals looking for a natural alternative to supplements that provide vitamins and protein. The benefits of Spirulina are plentiful, and especially accommodate for vitamin deficiencies and vegetarian applications.
Dr. Momjian appeared on ABC 7 News in Los Angeles to discuss a recent study showing opportunistic organisms growing on shower heads as well as sports related dehydration.