Bright lights and bedtime don’t mix

On the heels of yesterday’s discussion about the mass sleep deprivation that’s plaguing America’s children, I thought I’d bring this week full-circle by expounding on a piece of advice I offered to parents yesterday. You must shut off bright lights at bedtime. And if you’re wondering why, there’s a recent study you’ll be interested in […]

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Why sleep is kids’ most important homework

I never thought I’d be recommending my Perfect Sleep Protocol for children. But with all of the technology, emphasis on success, and other pressures aimed at kids these days, it looks like I may have to include a lesson for the little folks, too. Because all of this “life clutter” is taking a serious toll […]

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The sad truth about one in three cancer deaths

I hate to be a “Debbie Downer,” but I just came across yet another research paper showing that one in three cancer deaths are a direct result of poor lifestyle choices. This latest report comes out of Australia. And it states that, among the roughly 44,000 cancer deaths that occurred in 2013, smarter lifestyle choices […]

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Kiss your nerve pain goodbye with this simple diet change

If you tuned in on Monday, you read as I tore apart the latest ridiculously misinformed campaign bashing gluten-free eating. Well here’s another reason to completely ignore all those disingenuous “warnings” and go with your gut when it comes to gluten… It could actually help to conquer peripheral neuropathy. That’s when nerves (most often in […]

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