Eben Alexander, MD

Dr. Eben Alexander: A Day in the Life of a Neurosurgeon and Author

Eben Alexander, MD, was an academic neurosurgeon for over 25 years, including 15 years at the Brigham & Women’s Hospital, Children’s Hospital, and Harvard Medical School in Boston. He has a passionate... Read more »
TMS Health Solutions

A Look at TMS Health Solutions and Ketamine for Clinical Depression

One of the primary pursuits of TMS Health Solutions is finding innovative treatments for clinical depression. One such burgeoning form of treatment being researched by the mental health community is ketamine. Studies... Read more »

A New Study Showcases the Importance of Eggs

Nutrition is one of the single most important parts of a healthy lifestyle. It’s taken people a while to figure this out. It’s an unfortunate, but understandable situation. The popular news jumped... Read more »

Researchers Find Additional Dementia Risk Factors

As Americans grow older, the concerns regarding dementia amongst the elderly become more prevalent. Presently, nearly six million Americans suffer from the most common form of dementia, which is Alzheimer’s. It is... Read more »
5 of the Healthiest Subscription Services: Elysium Health, Blue Apron, and More

5 of the Healthiest Subscription Services: Elysium Health, Blue Apron, and More

A new trend in healthy living is looking for ways to improve your in-home cooking experience. In most households both parents work, leaving little time for at-home cooking. But cooking at home... Read more »

Romaine Lettuce Named As The Source Of E. Coli Outbreak

The United States Center For Disease Control reports that the recent E coli outbreak blamed on romaine lettuce that was produced in Yuma, Arizona has been detected in four new states. The... Read more »

Health Workers At The University Of California Launch A Massive Three Day Strike

In excess of 20,000 individuals belonging to the largest employee union at the University of California have engaged in a three day strike. This includes the California Nurses Association from the medical... Read more »

Eggs don’t raise cardiovascular risks for diabetics per new study

Eggs have often been touted as high in cholesterol leading some people to believe eating too many eggs in a diet can lead to certain increased health risks. However, a new study... Read more »

Obamacare Caloric Information Requirements For Chain Restaurants Take Effect

United States President Donald Trump has found agreement with on part of the Obama health care plan as he is allowing a mandate of the plan that requires restaurant chains to post... Read more »

More Teens Drinking Sports Drinks

The results of a Harvard study that appeared in Mondays Pediatric Journal finds that while teens are drinking less sugary soft drinks they are drinking more sports drinks. Sports drinks often have... Read more »