Inflammation and Cancer

Evidence of the ability of inflammation to both initiate and fuel cancer has been accumulating since at least the 1980s. In fact, any chronic inflammatory disease – such as arthritis, bronchitis, fasciitis, colitis, and asthma – can increase the risk of cancer. A study published in the May 2009 issue of the Journal of Clinical … Continued

Electromagnetic Fields: Are They A Concern? Part 2

  In our previous blog article, we looked at the potential impact of exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMFs). Today, we’ll look at another part of the electromagnetic spectrum: blue light. We don’t usually see blue light, but as you may know, white light is made up of all of the different spectra of visible light, … Continued

How to Practice Relaxed Abdominal Breathing

By: Penny B. Block, Ph.D. Breathing both affects and reflects the level of tension in your body and mind. When tense, your breathing will become shallow, with more rapid movement in the upper region of your chest. On the other hand, if you inhale gently allowing the air to “fill” your abdomen and exhale from … Continued