1 in 10 Heart Attack Patients May Have Undiagnosed Diabetes

heart attack patients and undiagnosed diabetes

According to a new study, at least 1 in 10 heart attack patients may have undiagnosed diabetes. Researchers tested the A1C levels (a standard test to determine blood sugar levels) of 2,854 heart attack patients who did not have a known diagnosis of diabetes and found some startling data. Among the patients, 287 (10.1 percent)… Read more »

Being a Couch Potato Just Might Kill You

being a couch potato could be dangerous

The more we learn about our couch potato status, the more dangerous it seems. A new research study has tied sedentary behavior to heart failure in men, regardless of physical activity levels. The study, conducted by researchers examining the health records of more than 82,000 men 45 years old and over who were part of… Read more »

Researchers Grow Miniature Beating Hearts to Study Disease

lab grown hearts for research

A team of scientists from Abertay University in Scotland has developed thousands of miniature beating hearts in the lab in the hopes of finding a cure for a particular heart disease called ventricular hypertrophy.  This is a form of heart disease in which the muscles of the ventricles, or chambers, become thickened or enlarged. Lab-grown… Read more »

Take Our “Get Real” Walking Challenge

challenge to get real with walking

Are You Ready to “Get Real?” Summer’s here and we’re challenging you to “Get Real.” At Dr. Newton’s Naturals, our promise to you is that we provide the highest quality, “real” supplements so you can get “real” results. Now it’s your turn to make a promise to yourself. Take our “Get Real” Walking Challenge and… Read more »

Dr. Newton’s Naturals “Get Real” Weight Loss Challenge

weight loss challenge get real

I Will Still Enjoy Food Dieting is difficult, and if you are new to healthy eating, it can be overwhelming trying to determine what you can and can’t eat. Confusion leads many people to stick to a few “safe” (ie. boring) foods, such as plain chicken or fish, vegetables and boiled rice. All of that… Read more »

Are You Ready to “Get Real?”

ready to get real

Summer’s here and we want to challenge you to “Get Real.” At Dr. Newton’s Naturals, our promise to you is that we provide the highest quality, “real” supplements so you can get “real” results. Now it’s your turn to make a promise to yourself. Take our “Get Real” Weight Loss Challenge and commit to being… Read more »

Looking for Your Lost Libido?

losing libido

It’s natural for men to notice a gradual decrease in sex drive (libido) as they age. The degree of this decline varies, but most men maintain at least some amount of sexual interest well into their 60’s and 70’s. Sometimes, however, loss of sex drive is related to an underlying condition. If you’re suffering from… Read more »

Aging Athletes Need More Rest and Recovery

rest for aging athletes

One of the most important, yet overlooked aspects of any exercise or training program is the recovery phase, or time spent resting. In fact, most coaches and trainers would argue it’s just as or more important than the exercise itself. During this phase, physiologically your body is seizing the opportunity to repair itself to become… Read more »

Good News Guys: Meet Up With Your Buddies Twice a Week for Good Health

guys nights good for mens health

If you were looking for an excuse for a guy’s night out, look no further. A recent study out of the U.K. finds that it’s actually good for you! Research from Dr. Robin Dunbar, a reputable psychologist and director of Oxford University’s social and evolutionary neuroscience research group, suggests men require a minimum of two… Read more »

Dogs Taught to Sniff Out Prostate Cancer

dogs taught to detect cancer

An estimated 233,000 men in the US will be diagnosed with prostate cancer this year. And while current screening methods for the disease can aid in early detection, they are not always accurate. But results of a new study suggest “man’s best friend” might just be able to help. A new study from Italian researchers… Read more »