Otolaryngologists Erich Voigt and Jacqueline Jones debunk 11 myths about the ear and nose. They talk about how to properly stop a nosebleed, clean your ears, and protect yourself from hearing loss. They also explain that earwax is good for your ears — it has antimicrobial properties that protect the insides of your ears. In fact, over-cleaning can cause swimmer's ear.
ARE YOU REALLY ADDICTED TO SUGAR? If you are someone who struggles with binge eating, at some point you are likely to be asking yourself if there are certain foods that you are 'addicted to'. Food addiction is a hotly debated topic and I'm here to thrown in my two pence as usual. I can only speak from my own experience (personal and professional). I see many people's binge eating get worse when they try to give up sugar and yet they also describe a sense of freedom from sugar cravings during per
Gracie, Chunky and Corey discuss how the shape and tone of your spine is the shape and tone of your life and how Network Chiropractic Care can radically change your physiology and affects your willingness to embrace change, speak your truth and no longer hold back.
Podiatrists Sarah Haller and Brad Schaeffer debunk 11 myths about feet. They talk about where warts really come from and how to prevent ingrown toenails. They also explain how a bunion is not caused by wearing heels. In fact, it's a deformity in the bone that can only be fixed through surgery. Toe spacers like 'Yogatoes' are only temporary fixes.
Dig into the seasoning known as MSG, and find out how this flavoring was developed and if it’s actually bad for your health. -- In 1968, Dr. Robert Ho Man Kwok felt ill after dinner at a Chinese restaurant and wrote a letter to a medical journal connecting his symptoms to MSG. His letter would change the world’s relationship with MSG, inspiring international panic, biased science, and sensationalist journalism for the next 40 years. So what is this seasoning, and is it actually bad for you? Sara