Research finds algal DHA supplementation during pregnancy significantly reduces the child’s risk of respiratory conditions such as asthma, allergies and COPD.
Biochemical confirmation for Qi deficiency – and proof of the existence of Traditional Chinese Medicine’s Qi – has been uncovered in a study of heart disease patients.
Medicinal mushrooms Reishi and Cordyceps have been found to heighten athletic performance and decrease recovery times among competitive cyclists because they boost testosterone. Who needs doping?
Research confirms that aged garlic reduces blood pressure. We can now add garlic to a list of several other natural strategies proven to reduce hypertension.
Research finds that cognitive behavioral therapy beats conventional drug treatment for autism in children, including anti-anxiety and anti-depression drugs.
A large U.S. study finds that married people have less cardiovascular disease than do single people, including widowed and divorced people.
Several large studies over the past year have indicated that hay fever increases the risk of certain cancers and reduces the risk of other cancers.
A plethora of research links fat-soluble toxic chemicals to neurological diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), autism and other forms of neuropathy.
New research confirms that outdoor therapy – gardening, walking in the forest and meditation – improves immunity, wellness and state of mind.
A large 25-year study has determined that mammography does not reduce cancer incidence or cancer mortality. Do mammograms cause more cancer?
Recent research confirms that Panex ginseng’s various anti-aging, anti-cancer and immunity-stimulating benefits are boosted through fermentation. Here is the newest on this fascinating form of Panex – grown in both Asia and North America.
New research indicates that the ancient medical practice of Kampo medicine has been successfully integrated into Japanese modern medicine institutions, and research is illustrating its efficacy.
New research is confirming that refined sugary sodas significantly increase blood pressure. Learn how much sugar is now recommended by the World Health Organization.
Consuming more refined sugar results in less high-density lipoprotein-cholesterol (HDL-c) and a greater risk of cardiovascular disease.