Increasingly we find nature provides significant anticancer agents. Now we find a traditional herb used for thousands of years halts the growth of gastric cancer
Bacteriophages – called phages for short – can be used therapeutically but they also have a dark side. Now we find they are increasingly being found on factory-farmed foods.
Artificial intelligence is gaining ground in hospitals and clinics. Can robots replace doctors in caring for and treating patients?
Clinical studies are revealing that spirulina can boost immunity and increase CD4 T-cells for HIV patients. Find out why and at what dosage.
Multiple studies now confirm that an herbal extract called Huperzine provides a significant treatment strategy for Alzheimer’s disease.
Turns out that rosemary oil can promote hair growth just as well as minoxidil. Of all the various treatments for baldness by pharmaceutical companies, minoxidil (brand name Rogaine®) has shown the most benefit. Studies have shown that about 40% of men who take...
Forget the performance-enhancing drugs. Research finds that sleeping soundly every night significantly boosts athletic performance.
New research finds our gut bacteria are communicating with us. Turns out, they affect our moods and feelings of depression. Here’s how they do it.
New research finds sleep is associated with not only how much we eat, but what we eat.
Pigments that make natural food colors not only make foods nutritious, but have surprisingly different effects upon our weight and heart health.
New research has determined that eating broccoli will curb inflammation within hours and by more than half within ten days. It also prevents and repairs DNA damage and may even curb osteoarthritis.
Medical scientists have established that quercetin, a constituent of a number of fruits and vegetables halts the growth of various types of cancers.
Clinicians and researchers are finding that dried plums offer a blend of nutrients that naturally increase bone density and prevent fractures.
So you think your freezer is void of the possibility of contamination from infective bacteria? Think again.
Flotation therapy is growing in popularity for reducing stress and pain, and speeding up healing. Now we find the evidence to back that up.