Author: Kaci Kleeman, Health Coach

  • Green Coffee Bean Extract is the Star of Dr. Oz Season Premiere

    Green Coffee Bean Extract is the Star of Dr. Oz Season Premiere

    Today, Dr. Oz’s afternoon talk show begins its fourth season with more advice about health topics ranging from life-saving tools to tips on handling embarrassing issues. Dr. Oz starts by promoting to viewers the newest weight loss trend: green coffee bean extract. Green coffee supplements, which go by several brand names, are unroasted coffee beans that […]

  • World Alzheimer’s Action Day: Nutritional Guidelines For Prevention

    World Alzheimer’s Action Day: Nutritional Guidelines For Prevention

    Today is World Alzheimer’s Action Day, a day set aside by the Alzheimer’s Association to draw attention to and raise awareness for a disease that affects millions of families across the United States. Supporters are encouraged to don the color purple and host Alzheimer’s Walks or other events to raise money for national or local organizations that […]

  • New Hepatitis C Drugs Offering Quick Cure but a High Price Tag

    New Hepatitis C Drugs Offering Quick Cure but a High Price Tag

    Last week, a series of clinical trial results were released showing complete eradication of the hepatitis C virus from 440 patients. The new drugs, sofosbuvir and ledipasvir, are being hailed as a “triumph of modern medical technology,” but the steep price tag means treatment will only reach a handful of patients who could benefit from […]

  • Heroin Overdose Can Be Reversed With Elusive Drug

    Heroin is cheap, highly accessible and it’s fast-becoming the go-to drug for teens and adults in every income bracket across the United States. According to the National Institute of Health, in 2020, over 902,000 Americans reported using heroin at least once in the past 12 months. Heroin overdose is at an all-time high despite the existence […]

  • What is Anaphylaxis?

    Anaphylaxis is a life-threatening allergic reaction triggered most commonly by food or medicinal allergies. Anaphylaxis is a life-threatening allergic reaction. It can progress very quickly and the signs, symptoms and triggers are not the same for everyone. Common triggers are insect stings, food, medication, latex and sometimes exercise. In rare cases, there is no immediate […]

  • What to do when your partners snoring is interrupting your sleeping

    One of the most common complaints we hear from spouses and partners that live together is that often, their partner’s snoring is so loud that it interrupts a good night’s sleep for the other. If you have ever experienced this or are currently going through it, you will know how frustrating it can sometimes be […]

  • Drinking Coffee Lowers Your Risk Of Dying

    Drinking Coffee Lowers Your Risk Of Dying

    A study shows that people who drank coffee regularly have a less chance of dying than people who did not drink coffee at all. Coffee statistics on health are very controversial. In this article, we will discuss the study that coffee can lower your risk of death. Drinking coffee regularly has good effects and people who are drinking […]

  • New York City First in U.S. to Ban ‘Super-Sized’ Soda

    New York City First in U.S. to Ban ‘Super-Sized’ Soda

    Fears and outrage over perceived excessive government intervention are being stoked after news from New York broke that the Big Apple has become the first city in the United States to impose a ban on “super-sized” sodas. The limited-time ban was proposed by Mayor Michael Bloomberg and approved by The Board of Health. It restricts […]