Archive for 2008

 

Top Ten Mercola Health Articles of 2008

Posted on December 23rd, 2008 by author  |  4 Comments »

Just a few more days and it’s time to say goodbye to 2008. What a year it has been! America elected its first black president. The U.S. and other parts of the world experienced economic recession. Phelps wins eight gold medals at the Olympics, etc etc. From all angles, 2008 was a very eventful year. […]

 
 

Are Men’s and Women’s Brains Equal?

Posted on December 19th, 2008 by author  |  2 Comments »

More than a decade ago, the bestselling book Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus came out as a guide to help improve relationships between the opposite sexes. The book became an instant hit because the author, John Gray, wrote about the differences between men and women rather than trying to point out the […]

 
 

Too Much TV Can Make Your Child Obese!

Posted on December 16th, 2008 by Dr. Mercola  |  1 Comment »

Do you have young children at home? How long do you let these little ones watch TV? Let me give you some facts about children and the boobtube: • A surprising 90 percent of American children under age 2 and almost 40 percent of babies under 3 months old watch TV REGULARLY. • Each week, the typical […]

 
 

Is The Acai Berry The New Superfruit For Defying Age?

Posted on December 12th, 2008 by author  |  11 Comments »

What’s with the buzz about the Acai berry, a grape-like fruit found in the heart of the Amazon rainforest? In an episode of The Oprah Winfrey Show, Oprah endorsed the Acai berry as a superfood for age-defying beauty. Let me tell you more about this much-talked about “superfruit.” The Acai (Açaí, pronounced as Ah-sigh-EE) berry […]

 
 

Let There Be Dark

Posted on December 9th, 2008 by author  |  1 Comment »

When I’m not devouring the pages of a sports magazine, one of my other favorite light reading materials would be National Geographic. There’s never a lack of interesting stories about anything and everything related to our planet. However, the story that caught my attention in last month’s issue wasn’t about the usual stuff of people, […]

 
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