Why a different way to measure ‘good’ cholesterol may be more useful A new study has found that measuring “good” cholesterol in a different way may predict the chances of stroke or heart attack more accurately. Share on PinterestSome researchers ...Read More »
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The bacteria living in our guts play a major role in health, and some studies have found an association between ethnicity and the makeup of these microbial communities. So will doctors of the future prescribe ethnicity-specific probiotics? Share on PinterestWe ...Read More »
After examining the link between metabolites in urine and overall health, researchers created a 5-minute test to reveal a person’s nutritional fingerprint. Research finds a new way to look at the relationship between what we eat and our health. Share ...Read More »
When cold winds blow, it’s essential to take extra steps to protect your health. There are a number of techniques that can help keep your immunity high and your body in good condition to support wellness all season long so ...Read More »
White mulberry (Morus alba) is a tree native to China well-known for its use in traditional medicine. According to historical texts, Ancient Chinese healers made a tincture for toothache from the bark of the white mulberry tree and a remedy ...Read More »
Mullein has been used for centuries as a medicinal herb. There are over 200 species of mullein, and they can be found around the world, including the United States. Here are five medicinal uses of mullein, as well as four ...Read More »
Antioxidants are important for the human body, especially for the immune system. They not only boost immune function, but they also prevent or slow cell damage caused by unstable molecules called free radicals. Free radicals are produced by cells as a ...Read More »
Inflammation is an important part of the body’s immune response to foreign substances or invaders. It is commonly associated with pain, swelling, redness or a hot feeling in the affected or injured area. During inflammation, immune cells release chemicals called inflammatory ...Read More »
Nutritionists have been hyping the health benefits of eating nuts for years — and for good reason. Numerous studies have found strong evidence of the ability of nuts (and seeds) to lower the risk of chronic conditions, such as heart ...Read More »
The Nigerian hemp (Cannabis sativa) is known to cause male gonadotoxicity (damage to the testes), which could be temporary or permanent. One of its main characteristics is hyperprolactinemia, a condition that, in men, causes sexual dysfunction and infertility. According to ...Read More »