New clinical research confirms that an Ayurvedic herb can successfully treat benign prostate hyperplasia or BPH.
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Australia has joined a number of other government agencies in banning or restricting indoor tanning salons. Is there science behind these laws?
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Clinical research has confirmed that the ancient herbal remedy Mulberry leaf significantly lowers triglycerides, reduces low-density lipoprotein levels and lowers artery inflammation.
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Bipolar disorder affects more than 13 million Americans and over 170 million people around the world. New research confirms bipolar disorder may be a lot simpler than previously thought.
New research is finding that the biochemical called kynurenic acid is necessary for many metabolic processes. But increased levels are linked with mental disorders and other conditions. So is it a nutrient or a toxin?