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Research confirms that olives are pretty darn healthy. To the tune of inhibiting the growth of cancer and helping halt the progression of Alzheimer’s disease.
Researchers have found that a particular species of soil bacteria helps protect us from melanoma. Turns out our gardening time comes with extra benefits.
Research from around the world is confirming that gingivitis, periodontal disease and tooth decay are associated with different forms of heart disease.
Practically no one is talking about natural solutions to the opioid crisis, despite the reality that natural approaches to pain can significantly reduce the use of fentanyl, oxycodone and other opioids.
The new U.S. plan to open up all our waters to offshore oil drilling is not done yet. You still have time to comment. Here is a copy of my comment.
The holiday season is a time of giving and loving. Just be aware of some of the toxins lurking in holiday trimmings.
Research is continuing to prove that taking nutritional dietary supplements can prevent chronic diseases and save billions of dollars of healthcare costs.
Research finds that high-intensity exercise boosts our body’s probiotics, which produce byproducts that benefit our health in many ways.
Scientific research confirms that the medicinal herb called couch grass can significantly reduce kidney stones as well as urinary tract infections.
A growing body of evidence is finding that obesity is linked to exposure to certain chemicals during childhood or while still in the womb.
Recent scientific research is unveiling at least part of the reason bacteria don’t usually become resistant to herbal antibiotics. Turns out that herbs block the quorum sensing ability of the bacteria.
Clinical research confirms that a combination of herbs produces significant improvements for women with polycystic ovary syndrome.
Recent research is confirming that both oral and direct application of probiotics provide a bonafide treatment for vaginosis and vaginitis, with and without antibiotic treatment.