Research is indicating women absorb pharmaceutical drugs at a greater rate than men – and could be more affected by their negative side effects. Does this issue affect herbal medicines?
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International researchers have now confirmed that walking in the forest – compared to walking in an urban setting – produces medicinal and anti-anxiety benefits similar to those reached with meditation.