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Senescent Cells: The Little-Known Cause of Aging

Anti-aging is huge business. Countless creams, lotions and potions flood the market, promising to minimize the signs of age. Plastic surgeons and med-spas are never at a loss for business. These will never go away. All people—men and women—want to look and feel young and vibrant, no matter what their “real” age. But while these […]

Drink to your gut health!

Wine lovers: Here’s another reason to rejoice! It turns out that having a little merlot or pinot noir once in a while may do your tummy good. It’s not as crazy as it sounds. Let me explain… It’s widely known that red wine has properties that protect your heart. This is courtesy of compounds called […]

Caution: Side effects may NOT be caused by your medication

We tend to hear about the possible side effects of drugs through ads, doctors, and word of mouth. Usually, these adverse reactions are caused by the active ingredients—the components that cause the medication to have a therapeutic impact on your health. But, we rarely hear about bad reactions to the inactive ingredients. While they’re far more rare, they do happen…and in some cases they can be life threatening. Learn how to identify potential allergens and what you can do to help prevent side-effects.

What’s the connection between safety and health?

woman wearing safety high visibility leggings to run
Safety may not seem like a health concern. When we talk about managing your health, a lot of suggestions, like exercise, diet, and supplements, focus on making your body stronger and more resilient. But the other health prevention you need to focus on is safety. By safety here, I mean taking precautions against predictable risks. […]

Family History: How Your Genes Affect Your Health

3 generations of a family
Family history is a strong predictor of many health problems, including heart disease and diabetes. Having a first-degree relative (mom, dad, or sibling) with either condition increases your risk significantly. But new research in epigenetics is casting new light on genetics and what you can do to mitigate your disease risks, even in the face of strong genetic predispositions.

Q&A on Recovering from Surgery

Dr. Connealy
I’m all for healing slow and steady, using what nature has so generously given us. But sometimes, surgery is the only answer. Here are some questions I’m frequently asked about the best ways to heal and protect the body after a surgical procedure. Dr. Connealy, I’m about to have surgery. Any tips to help me […]

Universal health advice may not be great for you, specifically

Here at Newport Natural Health, we work with cutting edge doctors who are working on the front lines of emerging health trends. It’s exciting to see their work improve the lives of many people who have given up hope. And it’s even more exciting to share these breakthroughs so that you can experience the same […]

Truthful and complete: how to talk to your doctor

Doctor trying to get truthful and complete information from their patient
The doctor-patient relationship is a sacred trust, literally a life-and-death bond. But recent research found that half of the 3,000 subjects studied admitted that they deliberately lied to their doctors, or withheld information about their conditions. Let me remind you why this should never happen—and what should always happen. It’s all about you It goes […]

Q&A on Recovering from Surgery

I’m all for healing slow and steady, using what nature has so generously given us. But sometimes, surgery is the only answer. Here are some questions I’m frequently asked about the best ways to heal and protect the body after a surgical procedure. I’m about to have surgery. Any tips to help me recover? First, […]

Integrative Functional Medicine: Why I Practice Healing the Way I Do

Integrative functional medicine symbolized by a flower and stethoscope
I regularly try to step back from myself and take a clear-eyed look at what I do, how I do it, and why. I think it’s only fair to report my findings to my readers. What I practice is called integrative functional medicine. You might see similar practices calling themselves holistic, integrated, restorative, complementary, or […]
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