Clinical research is continuing to prove that a number of herbs have the ability to reduce prostate enlargement or BPH (benign prostatic hyperplasia).
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Research finds that a combination of herbs will reverse osteoporosis and boost bone mineral density.
Recent research finds that cranberries are not just good for UTIs. They also contain a potent prebiotic that feeds the bacteria in our colon.
Tai chi and Qigong are ancient meditative exercises used for therapeutic and spiritual purposes for thousands of years. Now we find clinical evidence that they treat depression.
Research confirms that drinking waters can contain pharmaceuticals including antibiotics and psychoactive drugs. Even some commercial bottled waters contain these chemicals.
Research now confirms that spondyloarthritis is linked to pathogenic gut bacteria. This makes two out of the three major forms of arthritis now linked to intestinal bacteria.
Banana peels and leaves have been used for centuries to help heal burns and skin wounds. Research now confirms this use. Find out why and how.
Parsley may be a great garnish, but research proves that parsley also fights cancer, reduces inflammation, increases immunity and boosts liver health.
Studies have confirmed that eating fermented papaya increases immune function and stimulates the body’s ability to detoxify through special enzymes such as superoxide dismutase.
Research on arsenic shows many rice foods from around the world contain unsafe levels of arsenic. Learn how to reduce your arsenic levels from rice foods.
Tree nuts are delicious, and easy to munch. Turns out they also help prevent colon cancer, and they deter colon cancer remission.
Research confirms that Hatha yoga can help reduce autism symptoms for kids. This means increasing their focus and creating calm. Learn about good child poses with this fabulous infographic.
Invasive eucalyptus trees have spread throughout California and are proven to promote drought conditions. The USDA is now set to permit a large-scale release of a GMO eucalyptus species throughout the U.S. South.