Articles by Diana Manos

Could Alzheimer’s Prevention Be as Easy as Brushing Your Teeth?

Groundbreaking new research links P. gingivalis—the primary bacteria associated with gum disease—to Alzheimer's dementia.

Daily Stretching Leads to Flexibility…and a Better Night’s Sleep

Regular stretching not only helps you stay healthy, strong, mobile and independent—it could also lead to a better night's sleep.

Many Doctors On Board with New Rx Trend: Get Outside and Enjoy Nature

A growing number of doctors are prescribing time spent in nature, which studies show can combat obesity, mental-health issues and Type 2 diabetes.

Want to Avoid Sleep Meds? A Weighted Blanket Can Help

If you're one of the 83 million U.S. adults not getting enough rest, the latest phenomenon—weighted blankets—could be your answer to better sleep.

The #1 Diet To Control High Blood Pressure, According to Experts

If you're trying to lower your blood pressure, get healthy and lose weight, there's one proven diet that doctors have endorsed for more than 20 years.

Wabi-Sabi: What It Is and How You Can Bring It Into Your Life

Taking pleasure in the imperfect can add a world of value.

Can Belief in God Improve Your Brain Health?

Scientists at Yale and Columbia Universities have recently discovered the place in the brain that processes spiritual experiences, which has opened the door to new cutting-edge scientific research on whether or not we might be wired for belief.

Consumer Alert: 92% Of Breakfast Foods Tested Contained Dangerous Levels of Glyphosate

In a new study released by the Environmental Working Group, products from Quaker and General Mills have been found to be laced with unacceptable levels of Monsanto's dangerous weed-killer, Roundup.

6 Health Perks of Eating More Pumpkin

More than just a seasonal staple, pumpkins are a fall favorite that pack a powerful punch for your health.

Bird Food as a Superfood for Humans? Here’s Something to Nibble On

Finger millet is a crop grown for that's been grown for an estimated 7,000 years, and though it's used mainly in the U.S. as bird seed, its nutritional benefits for humans are plentiful.