Research finds that high-intensity exercise boosts our body’s probiotics, which produce byproducts that benefit our health in many ways.
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Recent scientific research is unveiling at least part of the reason bacteria don’t usually become resistant to herbal antibiotics. Turns out that herbs block the quorum sensing ability of the bacteria.
Clinical research confirms that a combination of herbs produces significant improvements for women with polycystic ovary syndrome.
Recent research is confirming that both oral and direct application of probiotics provide a bonafide treatment for vaginosis and vaginitis, with and without antibiotic treatment.
A number of recent studies from around the world have confirmed that the Artemisia herb significantly inhibits several types of cancers.
2017 research finds that food allergies are increasing in adults as well as children. Find out how much and what is causing this increase.
Research is confirming that watermelon is more than just heart-healthy. It seriously reduces blood pressure, reduces artery stiffness, lowers bad cholesterol and improves exercise recovery.
Dry mouth or xerostomia can be irritating and can increase tooth decay. This article discusses the causes and strategies to reverse the condition naturally.
While our antibiotics are growing weaker against stronger superbugs that have become resistant to them, Goldenseal provides a resistant-proof means of combating viral infections and bacteria infections alike.
Research confirms that Amlaki, an Ayurvedic remedy used for thousands of years for gut issues, is effective for treating gastrointestinal problems.
Ginger has been the most used traditional medicine throughout the world for thousands of years. The last five years of research confirms its amazing effectiveness for numerous disorders.
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