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Join us in this enlightening Health Builder Session with the esteemed Jacqui Bryan, RN, CNS, MS, CHC, WHE, FNLP, and Host Saranne Rothberg, MS, as they share a groundbreaking study.

 

Enjoy Our Latest ComedyCures Fun Tips and Humor!



Jacqui Bryan, CNS, RN, BA, MS, CHC, WHE

ComedyCures Health Builder Contributor

Safe Sun Sense


Reduce Sun Damage, Eat tomatoes! A study published in the British Journal of Dermatology found that healthy women aged 21 to 47 who ate 55 grams (about 1/4 cup) of lycopene-rich tomato paste daily for 12 weeks experienced significant protection against acute — and potentially long-term — sun damage.


Tip: Expose strategically and Know your skin type: The fairer you are, the less unprotected sun exposure you’ll need to produce adequate vitamin D since lighter skin synthesizes it more quickly. Darker skin requires more exposure for adequate vitamin D production. 5 minutes for those with fair skin to 20 minutes for darker complexions.


Date: August 21st, 2023 at 11:30 AM ET. Click here to RSVP.

Sign up for our free Health Builder "Safe Sun Sense" session on Zoom with Jacqui. Hosted by Saranne Rothberg.

 

Dr. Katherine Grill, Ph.D.

ComedyCures Neuroscience Contributor

Unlock Your Productive Summer

Summer is the season when many people take time off work. While rest is great for your mental health, it can be disorienting not to feel productive. If this is happening to you, create a summer daily routine.


Tip: Consider taking walks in the morning sun - which is great for mental and physical health! Remember to apply sunscreen as needed.


 
Illustration by: Michael Morse and Mark Crumbs

Neil Berliner

ComedyCures Comedy Contributor

A Day from HaHa History (#1 Joke Book on Amazon)

August 31, 1422: Henry VI becomes King of England at the age of 9 months. Attitudes towards child labor were very, very different back then.


Authors: Joey Novick, Neil Berliner, Michael Morse, Ron Beau Phillips

 

Kathy Poodiack, PA, ComedyCures Editor, and Mind/Body Contributor

Unraveling Peripheral Neuropathy's Hidden Links


If you’re suffering from peripheral neuropathy, it’s important to be aware of other conditions you may have that could be contributing to its severity. Cancer-related neuropathy is challenging to treat, but these other conditions may be treatable.


They include (but are not limited to):

  • Diabetes

  • Multiple Sclerosis

  • Fibromyalgia

  • Peripheral vascular disease

  • COVID

  • Vitamin B deficiency

  • Viruses - HIV, Herpes zoster (shingles), Zika

  • Lyme disease

  • Autoimmune diseases such as lupus or rheumatoid arthritis

  • Thyroid problems

  • Kidney problems

  • Some medications used for other medical conditions

 

Ellen Thur

ComedyCures Food Education Contributor

Crack The Code For Healthier Eating


Food codes called PLU’s on your fruits and vegetables typically begin with a 3 or 4 number code and indicate that your fruit was grown conventionally, which includes the presence of pesticides.


If the label's code has five digits and begins with an 8 it’s a GMO (genetically modified). Twenty-six countries currently have a ban on GMOs.

If the number of the PLU code starts with a 9 it’s a bit more costly in the supermarket because growers have to meet farming standards to get their food labeled “organic." There are ways to save lots of money with organics. I will discuss this in the next tip.


Remember, words like "natural" or "nature" on your foods, jars or containers don't have to meet government standards and mean something very different from organic. Although the labels do tell you certain things, nothing is really 100% since the PLU system is voluntary and not mandatory. It is not governed by any agency. It’s just good people paying it forward.


 

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  • August 21, 2023 at 11:30 AM ET: Health Builder Session "Safe Sun Sense" on Zoom with Jacqui. Hosted by Saranne Rothberg. Click here to RSVP.

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  • Everyday: ComedyCures LaughLine. 1-888-Ha-Ha-Ha-Ha (888-424-2424). Free 24/7.

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