A flurry of human clinical research over the last decade has found that Nigella sativa seeds – black cumin or black seed – improves asthma, arthritis, diabetes, obesity, heart disease, epilepsy and other medical conditions.
Cordyceps sinesis is an ancient healing agent used to treat numerous conditions. Here we describe what it is, and lay out the scientific evidence proving it treats asthma and at least seven other conditions.
Recently Olympians and other athletes have been seen with Cupping marks, including Michael Phelps. Is Cupping useful for treating serious medical conditions? Clinical evidence shows at least 33 medical conditions can be treated with Cupping.
Sunshine isn’t toxic, nor is it just about getting a tan. And it’s also not just about vitamin D. Among other benefits, research finds sunshine also decreases a child’s risk of asthma when mom gets enough of it.
New research links asthma and chronic bronchitis to a surprising culprit: High fructose corn syrup. Find out how and why HFCS is linked with respiratory conditions.
Research finds algal DHA supplementation during pregnancy significantly reduces the child’s risk of respiratory conditions such as asthma, allergies and COPD.
New research is finding that mice allergens are responsible for many childhood asthma symptoms. The allergens have been found in a large majority of homes and school classrooms.
Fireplaces, incense, meat cooking, coal stoves and tobacco smoke all release polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs). New research finds early exposure to PAHs causes childhood wheezing, allergies and asthma.
Multiple studies reveal that ancient pine bark extracts heal wounds, kill cancer cells and reduce inflammation.
Researchers from the Rush University Medical Center have found that stress in the home and depression among parents increase the risk of asthma among children.
The EPA recently released a report showing that U.S. greenhouse emissions are down, but another recent study found over a million Chinese people die early every year from air pollution.
It’s time we put aside the notion that asthma is a genetic disorder. Research from Australia has determined that many asthma patients are dealing with sustained bouts with bacteria infections – including many that are resistant to antibiotics.
Researchers from Italy’s University of Pescara have determined in a clinical trial of 76 allergic asthma patients that a maritime pine bark extract significantly reduces asthma symptoms.
The hygiene hypothesis says that allergies are linked to being too clean. Is this really true?