Author Archives: Adrian Newman, B.A.

Adrian Newman, B.A.

Adrian has been working in the information publishing world since 1997. But when it comes to health information, he’s a self-admitted late bloomer. A couch potato since pre-school, Adrian was raised on TV, video games and a lifestyle that led to childhood obesity that followed him well into adulthood. But when he hit his forties, he decided enough was enough. He had a family to take care of and his days of overeating, under-exercising and inactivity were going to lead him on the fast road to heart disease, diabetes or death.


With the help of fellow DHP experts Mat Lecompte, who helped him with a rigorous exercise regime, and Leah Shainhouse, who completely transformed his eating habits, Adrian was able to not only drop a significant amount of weight, but embrace a new healthy lifestyle.


How to Manage Your Tinnitus (Ringing in the Ears)
One of my favorite songs is “The Sound of Silence” by Simon & Garfunkel. Unfortunately, for a portion of the population, there’s no such thing as silence. They suffer from tinnitus, or ringing in the ears. And contrary to popular belief, ... Read More
6 Simple Home Remedies for Bladder Stones
It can be frustrating when the solution to one health problem aggravates the symptoms of another. I’m referring to bladder stones and an enlarged prostate. What Are Bladder Stones? Bladder stones form when the urine in the bladder gets highly con... Read More
Solar Eclipse 2017: Did Last Week’s Event Damage Your Eyes?
Last week, millions of Americans got to experience a once- or twice-in-a-lifetime event—a full solar eclipse. Depending on where you live, for a few minutes, the moon moved directly in front of the sun, making the earth dark and cool, and providi... Read More
Facial Twitching: Causes and How to Treat It Naturally
Out of the blue, for no reason whatsoever, a part of your face twitches, especially around your lips and eyes. Has this ever happened to you? Causes of Facial Twitching Facial twitching is a very common occurrence. It could be because of fatigue, s... Read More
Tiredness and Heaviness in Legs? It Could Be Chronic Venous Insufficiency
Credit: iStock.com/piotr_malczyk If you’ve been on a long flight, the flight attendants might suggest a few simple tips and exercises to do while sitting in your seat.  The basic idea of these exercises is to prevent the bad effects of sitting fo... Read More
Body Odor: How Your Smell Could Be a Sign of Serious Illness
Credit: iStock.com/piotr_malczyk We’ve all been trapped in a room with someone who might be a little stinky. You may have even noticed unpleasant odors emanating from your underarms from time to time. But other than being a bit of an inconvenience... Read More
Avoid Constipation and Diverticulosis with a Fiber-Rich Diet
Do you suffer from constipation? It could turn into a more serious condition if you aren’t careful. When it comes to health, I strongly believe in the saying, “You are what you eat.” I’m sure you already know about the importance of a ... Read More
Learning How to Learn: Improve Cognitive Function with These Tips
Credit: iStock.com/KatarzynaBialasiewicz Keeping a busy and active mind is essential to healthy aging. But I’ve noticed—and I’m sure you have, too—that the motivation to learn new information wanes with age. It can be easy to say, “Hey, I... Read More
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