Whether you made one too many toasts on New Year’s Eve, or you’ve been steadily ramping up the sugar since Halloween, it’s no secret that most of us end the year feeling weighed down and sluggish.
It’s estimated that Lyme infects 20,000 to 30,000 people each year, mostly in the northeast United States, as well as Northern California, Minnesota and Wisconsin. If detected early, the infection can be treated with a heavy round of antibiotics. However, delayed diagnosis and treatment can lead to a chronic, highly debilitating condition that can persist for years.
Human exposure to uranium (U) is on the rise due to a resurgence in mining operations, ongoing pollution from nuclear waste sites, and leaching from natural deposits. In the US, elevated levels of uranium are found primarily in the Southwestern states as well as other areas including Wyoming and Colorado, with common routes of exposure being contaminated food and water from surrounding environments.
We often think hair loss is caused by aging. To some degree, that’s true—as many as 50% of Americans over the age of 40 are experiencing some hair loss—but as with any health condition, it’s more comp
The results of this new study show a possibility to change that statistic with the use of MCP as a novel, adjuvant solution to actively support kidney health during cisplatin administration.
Intermittent fasting—going without calories for a set time, typically 12 hours or longer—continues to gain attention within the scientific and medical communities. Fasting is associated with a number of spiritual practices and has long been used in traditional healing systems as a prescription for enhanced health and longevity. Today, an increasing number of studies demonstrate that some form of calorie restriction may decrease disease risks, promote healthy weight loss, increase lifespan, and rejuvenate numerous areas of health.
this study highlights the ability of the formula to boost the effects of tamoxifen—a hormonal protocol used for breast cellular health—against estrogen receptor-positive (ER-positive) breast cells. This is the fourth published study on this physician-formulated supplement, and the first using ER-positive cells, to demonstrate the important breast health benefits of this unique formula.
The recent groundbreaking verdict on on the herbicide, glyphosate (Roundup®), as a cause of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in one San Francisco Bay Area man has shed stark new light on the dangers posed by the most widely used agricultural chemical today.
Your most powerful health resource is a swift and intelligent immune system, and beneficial mushrooms can play an important role. Mushrooms have been used in traditional healing for thousands of years and now modern research is substantiating and expanding their numerous indications.
Importantly, this is the first published study to show PectaSol-C Modified Citrus Pectin enhances the effects of radiotherapy for prostate cellular health, further substantiating the powerful synergistic benefits of this simple, natural ingredient.
Every so often, a study is published and news reports churn out variations on the headline: “Vitamins Don’t Work.” The latest along these lines involves a meta-analysis: A type of research review which gathers previously published data and looks for patterns.
Keeping off the extra pounds isn't always as easy as it seems. Sure, there are some people who can run for miles a day, eat like a small bird, and…Read more
It may seem like antioxidants are a new health trend, but the truth is that Americans have been taking multivitamin/mineral supplements since they first became available in the 1940s. That being said, antioxidants are still important and still a bit of a mystery to many people.
Approximately 10% of adults in the U.S. follow a vegetarian-inclined diet. Whether it's a statement against animal cruelty or an effort to maintain a healthier lifestyle is up to the person who follows it. But another big reason for people to follow a vegetarian diet is healthy detoxification.