Natural Bug Repellant Options: What you can use for mosquitos besides DEET

Natural Remedies

Your Go-To Supplement Super-Guide: What To Take, When, & Why

Supplements

Prenatal Vitamins: Link Between Supplements and Autism in Babies?

Supplements

Natural Remedies

Natural Bug Repellant Options: What you can use for mosquitos besides DEET

Supplements

Your Go-To Supplement Super-Guide: What To Take, When, & Why

Supplements

Prenatal Vitamins: Link Between Supplements and Autism in Babies?

Prevent and Restore Health

Both Patients and Doctors Practicing Integrative Medicine, Focusing on Prevention and Regeneration Through Lifestyle Approach and Nutrition, is a Much-Needed Paradigm Shift in Healthcare.

“Our healthcare system is in critical condition.  Worse than it’s ever been before.”Patients deserve to have access to credible health information, supplements, as well as affordable prescription medications, or proven complementary and alternative therapies, which may often be safer and more effective. ” Dr. Joseph Mosquera, SuReceta Co-Founder.

Life Threatening Allergies? Get An EpiPen Before The Shortage Hits

Healthcare & Insurance

Mylan Pharmaceuticals’ EpiPen Auto-Injectors are currently in shortage, the FDA announced on May 9th. According to the FDA’s website, the shortage isrelated to manufacturing delays, but says the product is still currently available. On May 7th, the organization known as Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE), called upon the FDA to investigate the EpiPen shortage. […]

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Travel Health Checklist: Avoid Getting Sick Abroad Traveling

Healthy Living

Traveling abroad is very exciting, but sometimes preparing for international travel may be stressful, especially when considering your health. But it doesn’t have to be. It can be easy to pack a travel abroad health kit in order to stay safe and healthy traveling. Here’s how. Learn About The Country You Are Traveling To It’s important […]

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Pet Health: Keeping pets cool and healthy in the summertime

Healthy Living

Beautiful weather encourages us to be outside, and many animal owners want their pets to be a part of the summer fun. Whether or not you’re planning a family getaway, or your pet just spends more time outside in the warmer weather, summer pet safety and preventing heat stroke is a very real concern. Unlike most […]

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Blood Thinners and Dangerous Side Effects You Need to Know

Healthy Living

Anticoagulants or blood thinners can save your life by preventing a heart attack or stroke caused by artery-blocking blood clots, but there are dangerous blood thinners side effects that you may not know about. Each year, about 2 to 3 million people in the United States will need to take a blood thinning medication, according […]

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Smartphones are stunting people’s social skills face to face, study finds

Healthy Living

When someone is constantly spending time checking apps and uploading pictures to Instagram or Facebook on their phone, they may seem like a social butterfly. But according to science, indulging in a seemingly harmless digital social life can result in a whole slew of negative mental effects on people over time. A new study is […]

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Allergy Testing: Does Your Child Need It? The Answer May Surprise You

Healthy Living

About 5 percent of American children and 4 percent of adults do suffer from a food allergy, but there are a lot more children and adults getting unnecessary allergy testing these days. Specific blood and skin prick tests can help identify food allergies, but the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases does recommend them […]

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Study shows some are more likely than others to get unneeded antibiotics

Pharmaceuticals

Antibiotic resistance is quickly becoming one of the world’s most pressing health problems, and the misuse and overuse of antibiotics are key factors contributing to the problem. And new research has found certain people have a higher risk for being prescribed antibiotics they don’t actually need. White adults and children, along with people with private insurance and […]

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The FDA is Saying The Herbal Drug Kratom Contains Opioids

Healthy Living

The popular botanical drug, kratom, is now considered an opioid, according to an announcement by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration this week. Kratom grows naturally in the Southeast Asian countries of Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia and Papua New Guinea. It has been sold as a dietary supplement with promises of helpingt manage pain and boost energy. Why […]

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Vitamin D: How Much is Too Much?

Supplements

Known as the ‘sunshine’ vitamin because our bodies produce it from sun exposure, Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin vital for bone and brain health. It has also been touted as a potential treatment for ailments from headaches to arthritis. But have you ever wondered, is it possible to get too much vitamin D? Yes, […]

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Don’t Pop It! Natural Remedies For Acne That Work, According to a Dermatologist

Natural Remedies

Acne. Anyone who suffers from it knows that finding a truly effective acne treatment can have life-changing effects.  But what if you want to avoid the medications, and get rid of acne with natural remedies instead? SuReceta brings you the expert guidance of Dr. Valerie Gershenhorn, a board-certified dermatologist practicing in Middletown, New York. For […]

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Empty Stomach? 12 Foods To Avoid When Your Starving

Healthy Living

Its easy to reach for just about anything if your hungry enough, but it’s important to not just go with a quick fix if you want to avoid a tummy ache afterwards. You need to be careful both with what you eat and what you don’t eat on an empty stomach.  There are certain foods when your stomach […]

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Feeling Hangry? The 8 Best Foods to Eat on an Empty Stomach

Healthy Living

When you’re hungry to the point of being hangry (hungry + angry!) it’s important to skip the quick fix treats and opt for a healthier snack that will keep your tummy happy and your temper in check. It’s important to know the best food options when your running on empty. The 8 best food to […]

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Sneezing nonstop? Spring is here and so is allergy season

Healthy Living

Springtime brings us beautiful, longer days to enjoy nature’s annual rebirth of its blossoms, trees, and plants. However, for allergy sufferers, it can also signal the onset of sneezing, itchy eyes, runny nose, and persistent congestion. Spring and allergies:  What is the link? An estimated 1 out of every 10 Americans (35 million people) suffer […]

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Fixated on Food: What to Do When All You Think About is Food

Healthy Living

There’s nothing wrong with being a gourmand or social media #foodporn obsessed geek who spends more time and energy thinking about food than the average person. However, if you find yourself constantly thinking about food to the point that it interferes with your life — regarding either the consumption of it, the guilt surrounding past […]

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Forgot your wallet? Research Suggests Problems Managing Money an Early Sign of Alzheimer’s

Healthy Living

There are many warning signs that indicate early signs of Alzheimer’s, and it’s important that you know what to look for so you can be best equipped to protect yourself and your loved ones from this unforgiving disease. And research is suggesting that at the very early stages, money problems may signal Alzheimer’s, and may […]

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