If your New Year’s resolution to be healthier involves green juices, read this before you end up causing yourself harm.Read More
Dr. Clark Store's Blog
If you’ve feasted a bit too generously over the past few weeks, you might have found yourself reaching for an antacid.
Whether you prefer one of those chewable, chalky tablets, an OTC liquid or a prescription pill, stop and consider for a minute that you might be doing more harm than good.Read More
Take a big breath.
Does that lungful of air feel a little cooler? Did you catch a hint of the quintessential smells of fall weather? Rain, smoke from a chimney, burning pumpkin flesh?Read More
Summer is in full swing and many of us are tormented by allergies. But we also don’t want to exist on Benadryl 24/7, either.Read More
If you’re a health conscious cook, baker or just a foodie you’ve probably heard the warnings about non-stick cookware and the potential health risks they’ve been linked to.Read More
These days you can’t get away from all the hype about omega fatty acids, and for good reason, too. These essential fatty acids do great things in the body, like supporting brain function and cardiovascular health, when obtained in the right amounts. And therein lies the challenge – getting the right balance of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids for optimal health.Read More
Now that summer is officially here, remember that warmer weather means you need to pay more attention to the body’s need for extra hydration. Here’s a quick reminder to stay safely quenched this season.Read More
May is Healthy Vision Month. How are you treating those windows to your soul? It’s easy to take your vision for granted if you don’t have problems with your eyes. But aging happens, and everyday living can contribute to how well your vision remains over the years. Here are some healthy eye tips worth a look. And more involved than just eating more carrots.Read More
Most of the time, your immune system does an amazing job of protecting you from infectious microorganisms. While the idea of boosting immunity sounds good, actually doing so remains elusive. The immune system is just that — a system, and not a simple one. To function well, it requires balance and harmony, but researchers don’t fully understand the intricacies and interconnectedness of the immune response. They’re still figuring out how the immune system works and how to interpret measurements of immune function. We can measure certain blood components like lymphocytes or cytokines, but no one really knows what these measurements mean in terms of any one individual’s ability to fight disease.Read More
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