After a fifteen year study of 1,006 elderly persons, Japanese University researchers say yes, ones diet can dramatically reduce our chances of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.
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A new study indicates that global warming will impact tropical regions first – having devastating effects upon the continued survival of medicinal plant species.
Exercise outperforms or is as effective as most heart disease drugs, according to scientists. This translates to better because exercise is free and has no known adverse effects.
Conventional medicine has been telling us that sodium (salt) over a certain amount will increase the risk of high blood pressure and heart disease. Turns out they were wrong.
Research finds that probiotics provide a remedy for gluten sensitivities – and their absence provides the smoking gun for the cause of gluten sensitivities.
Olive leaf can treat type 1 diabetes according to medical research. Scientists have determined that olive leaf extract has the ability to decrease insulin sensitivity and increase the production of insulin by the pancreas.
In multiple independent studies, Chinese medical researchers have determined that acupuncture has “remarkably” high effective rates for treating osteoarthritis of the knee.
The use of alternative and natural therapies in cancer care may be considered taboo among conventional medicine, but many cancer patients do not concur, new studies find.
Researchers have proven that brown rice is superior to white rice, not only nutritionally, but for glucose metabolism and the prevention of metabolic syndrome. It also helps with weight loss and reduced inflammation.
Researchers have determined that a mother’s drinking pasteurized, homogenized cow’s milk during breastfeeding significantly increases the chances of the infant becoming allergic.
New research is establishing that Chinese herbal medicine and Western herbal medicine hold the promise for safely and effectively treating benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH).
As the battle against superbugs like MRSA and other hospital-acquired infections rages on, research finds oils such as Tea Tree, Lemongrass and Eucalyptus fight antibiotic resistant superbugs.
Cardiology researchers have now proven in new clinical research that red yeast rice outperforms statins for reducing triglycerides and “bad” cholesterol.
Popcorn and movies seem to go hand in hand. And popcorn – if it is made right – can be super-nutritious. But does movie popcorn contain genetically modified corn? The answer might surprise even the healthiest non-GMO proponent.