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Noninvasive Vagus Nerve Stimulation Effective for Cluster Headache – Neurology Advisor

Noninvasive vagal nerve stimulation (nVNS) is effective in aborting attacks in episodic cluster headache and is well tolerated, according to a study published in Cephalalgia. Researchers pooled data from 2 randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trials, ACT1 and ACT2, which evaluated nVNS as an acute treatment for cluster headache. There were a total of 225 adults studied with… Read More »

How to Create a Safe and Effective Strength Training Program for Pregnant Clients

Have you ever been in one of these situations? Situation #1: A client you’ve been training gets pregnant. She asks you what this means for her strength training program. What do you say? Situation #2: A new client wants to start strength training with you… but she’s pregnant. What do you do? If you’ve ever found yourself… Read More »

Spirulina May Be an Effective Treatment for Leptin Resistance

Last year, James DiNicolantonio, co-author of my book, “Superfuel,” published a groundbreaking paper,1 “Antioxidant Bilirubin Works in Multiple Ways to Reduce Risk for Obesity and Its Health Complications.” Bilirubin is a breakdown product of red blood cells (heme) and the chemical responsible for the yellow color of bruises, urine and jaundice. In that paper, DiNicolantonio… Read More »

Making Keto Effective for Your Body

Every diet plan affects people differently depending on what body type the person has, and the keto diet is slowly becoming a household staple among dieticians and weight loss aficionados. Keto has shown to be consistently effective even though different people of varying body types have tried it. One of the best reasons it’s increasingly… Read More »

Discovery by Canadian researchers of how bacteria become resistant to antibiotics could lead to more effective drugs

Ontario researchers say they have discovered how bacteria become resistant to antibiotics, a finding they say could help combat the growing problem. Maikel Rheinstadter, a physics professor with McMaster University in Hamilton, and Andree Khondker, an undergraduate biochemistry student, said they found bacteria fight off antibiotics by stiffening their cell membranes and changing the barrier’s… Read More »