What does aging have to do with free radicals? Everything. Research is now finding that our free radicals increase linearly with every year we age. Antioxidant strategies can now be tangible.
What does smoking – which would necessarily include first-, second-, and third-hand smoking – have to do with anxiety and depression?
Most of us knew that breakfast was good for us. But new research finds a breakfast – especially breakfast with fiber – can also reduce the risk of diabetes among children.
While conventional dentistry is pouring chemicals into our mouths, ancient Ayurveda has been preventing gum diseases like gingivitis and periodontal disease for thousands of years.
Multiple studies have now linked Parkinson’s disease with excess exposure to heavy metals. Find out which two have the most association.
Soy intake reduces breast cancer risk, even among those with a breast cancer genetic trait. But is this effect only found among Asian women? Find out why this is also applicable to non-Asian women.
New research finds the patented pine bark extract can reverse tinnitus and vertigo – two symptoms of Meniere’s disease.
A large study has found that light to moderate drinking increases heart disease risk – proving earlier research wrong. This study utilized a gene variant to confirm alcohol consumption.
Acinetobacter baumannii superbug infections are on the rise and are now one of the most prevalent causes of hospital acquired infections and ventilator-related pneumonia. Find out how nature may be our last resort to fight this multi-drug resistant species.
We all knew raisins were healthy. But now we find they reduce blood pressure and reduce the risk of diabetes and obesity.
Research has confirmed that second hand smoke results in significantly increased artery thickening and greater incidence of heart disease and stroke among children in the household.
Research is discovering that the metabolically active form of vitamin D3 (actually more of a hormone) can significantly inhibit hepatitis C infections. The supplemented form of vitamin D3 does not have the same effect.
Playing outside is critical for a child’s health. New research finds it also decreases ADHD risk and risk of vision problems.
Research confirms that a Mediterranean diet can successfully prevent as well as treat type 2 diabetes, as well as reduce the need for diabetes medication.