Shrinking brain size has been linked to cognitive decline. Do our brains have to shrink? Can we slow or even reverse our brain shrink? Here are six natural ways, according to the latest scientific research.
Despite the bashing of fruits cause they contain fructose, research confirms that eating fresh or whole fruits reduces inflammation and heart disease. Find out which fruits do this the best.
The EPA just announced an increased risk of cancer from formaldehyde in laminates. How bad is this? What else does formaldehyde cause other than cancer? How much formaldehyde is toxic? These and other questions answered.
Oral candida infections can be debilitating and can lead to various health conditions. New research finds that oral probiotics provide one of the best and sustainable solutions to candida overgrowth.
Mushrooms add a nice flavor along with nutrients to any dish. Now a phase I clinical study has found that a certain mushroom will reduce PSA levels in men who’ve had prostate cancer.
Our diet will have consequences into the future. New research finds that eating more fiber can affect a woman’s risk of breast cancer years later. Find out when, why and how much – and see our Fiber Top 500 list.
When a cough gets nasty, many reach for a cough syrup. Pharma versions can contain synthesized chemicals such as bromhexine. A clinical study finds an ancient herbal cough formula beats bromhexine syrup.
The Flint Michigan water crisis was shocking. But it serves to teach some important lessons. The fact is, this could happen anywhere. Find out what caused the crisis and why this could also happen to your tap water.
Alzheimer’s disease treatments continue to evade pharmaceutical researchers, yet an herbal medicine formula has been found to improve memory for Alzheimer’s patients in a clinical study. Find out what’s in the formula and why it works.
The ancient use of toothbrush twigs such as Miswak has been proven out. New research finds that Miswak deters gingivitis and periodontal disease, and kills antibiotic-resistant strains of bacteria.
Looking out into nature has a number of soothing benefits. How about concentration and performance? Did you know taking a microbreak and looking at a natural scene can increase focus and performance? Learn about the research.
The research arm of the World Health Association – made up of 22 researchers from 10 countries – has classified processed meat and red meat as carcinogenic to humans. The research analyzed over 800 large human population studies. Find out what types and why meat is carcinogenic.
Most of us have amalgams for dental cavity fillings. Are they safe? Should we remove our amalgams? Are we being poisoned with mercury? Here is the current state of the evidence, along with a list of considerations about this very personal choice we each have.
A majority of us will suffer hearing loss at some point. New research finds that exercise reduces the risk of hearing loss. Find out how and why, and how to exercise more efficiently.