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red yeast rice and cholesterol

Red Yeast Rice Reduces Cholesterol

Scientists at Florida Atlantic University’s College of Medicine have determined in a double-blind study of 79 human subjects that a nutritional drink containing red yeast rice significantly decreases LDL cholesterol and total cholesterol. The...

diabetes and statins

Statins Boost Risk of Diabetes

Everything has a cost, they say. When it comes to the ‘miracle’ of pharmaceuticals – statins, there are a number of risks that go along with their ability to reduce lipids. One of these...

soy isoflavones

Soy Isoflavones Fend off Osteoporosis

A number of studies have found that soy foods and soy isoflavones in particular are good for bone health and osteoporosis in particular. Large review on soy Soy helps bones in other research This...

bioidentical hormone therapy

Are Bioidentical Hormones Safer and Better?

What are bioidentical hormones? What are they made of and are they any safer and more effective than conventional pharmaceutical hormone replacement therapy? These questions and more are answered.

herbal medicine and the flu

Japanese Herbal Medicine Fights off Flu

Researchers from Japan’s Fukuoka University have found that a Japanese herbal blend called Maoto reduces the duration of influenza. The researchers randomly gave 28 adults with influenza either the Maoto herbal medicine, or one...

Arsenic and Rice syrup

Arsenic in Rice Unrelated to Organics

While the mass media has pounced on an isolated lab test that found arsenic in some organic brown rice syrup, studies show that conventionally-grown rice has more arsenic than organically-grown rice. Numerous studies have...

vitamin D and trauma

Lack of Sun Linked to Trauma Cases

New Research presented at the 2012 Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons has linked orthopaedic trauma cases to vitamin D deficiency. The research was conducted at the University of Missouri hospital...

Flu epidemics

Flu Epidemics Linked to Weather Pattern

Researchers from Columbia University’s Department of Environmental Health Sciences have determined that the last four influenza pandemics – of 1918, 1957, 1968, and 2009 – were related to a Pacific Ocean weather pattern called...

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