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Latest Research from Heal Naturally
Multiple studies now confirm that an herbal extract called Huperzine provides a significant treatment strategy for Alzheimer’s disease.
Turns out that Rosemary essential oil promotes hair growth just as well as Minoxidil, and with less side effects.
Forget the performance-enhancing drugs. Research finds that sleeping soundly every night significantly boosts athletic performance.
New research finds our gut bacteria are communicating with us. Turns out, they affect our moods and feelings of depression. Here’s how they do it.
New research finds sleep is associated with not only how much we eat, but what we eat.
Pigments that make natural food colors not only make foods nutritious, but have surprisingly different effects upon our weight and heart health.
New research has determined that eating broccoli will curb inflammation within hours and by more than half within ten days. It also prevents and repairs DNA damage and may even curb osteoarthritis.
Medical scientists have established that quercetin, a constituent of a number of fruits and vegetables halts the growth of various types of cancers.
So you think your freezer is void of the possibility of contamination from infective bacteria? Think again.
Flotation therapy is growing in popularity for reducing stress and pain, and speeding up healing. Now we find the evidence to back that up.
Food allergies have doubled in the past decade while conventional medicine’s guidelines are proven to increase the risk of food allergies.
Is BPA-free safe? More importantly, do most plastic goods that state they do not contain BPA disrupt our hormones? Scientists say most do, and most BPA-free plastics still disrupt hormones and many contain another type of bisphenol. Find out why and how to reduce our hormone disruption.
Having a baby at full term and with a healthy birth weight has been shown to improve the child’s health in years to come. How do we accomplish these?