Dr. Thamrin Usman, a professor of chemistry at Tanjungpura University in Indonesia, recently gave an interview about “the diversity of tropical plants in West Kalimantan (that) have a lot of compounds that can strengthen the immune system and ward off ...Read More »
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There was a time when humans walked around barefoot. At that point, the soles of the feet were the only point of direct contact with the ground until the advent of footwear – beginning about 40,000 years ago. But wouldn’t ...Read More »
As one of the thinnest, most flexible and conductive materials known to man, graphene is an important material for technologies such as flexible nanoelectronics and fuel cells. Recently, a team of researchers from Australia and India has figured out how ...Read More »
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What’s in it? Probiotic product labels need to be more detailed so consumers can make informed decisions, suggest researchers
As probiotic products often contain live microorganisms such as bacteria or yeast, it’s important that people know exactly what they’re getting when they buy probiotic supplements. However, a study has found that most probiotic product labels are sorely lacking in ...Read More »
If you’re looking to add a bit more color — and nutrition — into your diet, then give red leaf lettuce a try. Also known as the “Lollo Rossa,” “New Red Fire Lettuce,” or the “Red Sails Lettuce,” red leaf ...Read More »
Much like practicing regular exercise and eating a well-balanced diet, you shouldn’t take a good night’s sleep for granted—especially when you take into account its effects on your health. Poor sleep can lead to negative effects on your brain function and ...Read More »
Doctors often prescribe antibiotics to address urinary tract infections (UTIs), but these drugs are linked to many negative side effects, like allergic reactions. If you have a minor, uncomplicated UTI, consider trying home remedies to treat your condition naturally. UTI: ...Read More »
Women suffering from the side effects of breast cancer therapy will soon have a new, tasty way to deal with their pains. Clinical trials conducted by researchers at the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine and Edwards Comprehensive Cancer ...Read More »
Study: Strength training can benefit those with diabetes by lowering liver fat and improving blood sugar levels
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