Author: amazinggrace

Researchers studying the connection between lipids and toxic protein levels have uncovered a new potential therapeutic target for Parkinson's disease....

My name is Carrie Gale, and I am an Emmy-nominated graphic designer and writer. I also have bipolar II disorder. This is my story....

Every time the Christmas season rolls around, I start to have visions of a peppermint mocha. (Yum!) Seriously, I unapologetically enjoy all things coffee, but fancy coffee drinks can be a real budget breaker (not to mention full of sugar). Thankfully,…

210: Why Most Detox Methods Are Dangerous & What to Do Instead With Dr. Shayne Morris &nbsp It’s no secret that our bodies are exposed daily to more chemicals and negative inputs than previous generations, by a large margin. Enter…

Thanks to a European influence on both sides of the family, my husband and I both grew up celebrating the tradition of St. Nicholas Day on December 6th. Many people just know St. Nicholas by the name Santa Claus. While…

Let me guess, you are one of two kinds of people when it comes to sardines: You love them and eat them regularly Or you can’t stand them and don’t even know why you are reading a post about them.…

In this month's letter, Managing Editor Honor talks mental well-being during the holiday season. How does the MNT editorial team alleviate festive stress?...

Prolonged exposure to light late at night causes certain cells in the eye to reset the body's internal clock and upset its rhythms, which can harm health....

Itching is one type of dysesthesia, or abnormal sensation, that occurs in people with multiple sclerosis. In this article, learn about why it occurs, as well as how to get relief with home remedies and other treatments....

Multiple sclerosis and fibromyalgia both involve the nervous system, and they can cause similar symptoms, such as pain and fatigue. However, there are crucial differences. Here, learn about the distinctions, as well as symptoms, diagnostic processes, and treatments for each…