Research from around the world confirms that not only do probiotics significantly treat irritable bowel syndrome: Certain probiotic species treat IBS better than others.
Recent research finds that magnesium is required to absorb and metabolize vitamin D supplements. Find out how much is needed and best sources.
More than three decades of research proves arsenic is a leading cause of multiple forms of cancer. Learn what arsenic does and how we can protect ourselves from its toxic effects.
Research has found that many popular brands of bottled water can contain significant microplastic particles. Find out which brands had the most, how they are harmful, and how to avoid drinking plastics with your water.
Research is now finding that touching with empathy provides a healing touch in the form of reducing pain. Touching, even just by holding hands, also synchronizes brainwaves.
Parkinson’s disease has now been linked to pesticide exposure and herbicide exposure by a number of scientific studies. Learn which specific chemicals are the most problematic and how prevalent they are in our foods.
Why does more than 80% of the world’s population have H. pylori without health consequences, while Western versions of H. pylori infections are linked to ulcers, gastritis and stomach cancer? Find out.
Recent research confirms bee venom therapy may outperform antibiotic treatment for Lyme disease. Bee venom therapy has also proven useful for inflammatory conditions such as nerve pain and inflammatory conditions.
Researchers have found that a particular species of soil bacteria helps protect us from melanoma. Turns out our gardening time comes with extra benefits.
Research from around the world is confirming that gingivitis, periodontal disease and tooth decay are associated with different forms of heart disease.
The holiday season is a time of giving and loving. Just be aware of some of the toxins lurking in holiday trimmings.
Research is continuing to prove that taking nutritional dietary supplements can prevent chronic diseases and save billions of dollars of healthcare costs.
Research finds that high-intensity exercise boosts our body’s probiotics, which produce byproducts that benefit our health in many ways.
A growing body of evidence is finding that obesity is linked to exposure to certain chemicals during childhood or while still in the womb.