Thursday, October 29, 2020

Controlling Stress and Anxiety Naturally

Hyla Cass, MD One of my patients, Ashley, is a 35-year-old real estate agent, single parent, and self-styled “soccer mom.” Ashley recently decided to take...

‘Pollen Vortex’ Cause of Worst Allergy Season Ever?

Winter is over and everyone should feel free to retire “snowpocalypse” and “polar vortex” from their vocabulary. If letting go of these buzz words...

Forskolin and cAMP – Wide-Ranging Benefits From Ayurvedic Herb

By Ward Dean, MD Forskolin is an extract from the plant, Coleus forskohli. Coleus has been traditionally used in Ayurvedic medicine for a variety of conditions,...

Systemic Proteolytic Multi-Enzyme Therapy

By Lane Lenard, Ph.D. Anyone who has played ice hockey or even just watched a game knows how rough it can be. Flying across the...

Can Free Radicals Actually Help You Live Longer?

What is the secret to slowing aging and extending lifespan? Probably not antioxidants, according to new research published in the journal Cell. Free radicals, the sometimes-toxic...

New Study: Mild Exercise Delays Fundamental Process of Aging

We all know that too much food combined with too little exercise can add up to poor health and disease. But overeating and inactivity...

How Bacteria on Skin can Influence Wound Healing

A new study suggests microbes living on our skin influence how quickly wounds heal. The findings could lead to new treatments for chronic wounds,...

Natural Compounds in Watermelon Shown to Lower Blood Pressure

Be sure to pick up a watermelon or two at your local grocery store — it could save your life. A new study by...

Relaxed Guidelines Relieve Millions of Need for Blood Pressure Medications

New guidelines that ease the recommended blood pressure could result in 5.8 million U.S. adults no longer needing hypertension medication, according to an analysis...

Natural Compound Reverses Aging in Mice – Potential for Application in...

Researchers have discovered a novel cause of aging that may be easily reversible. The finding focuses on a breakdown in communication between a cell's nucleus and...

Significantly Higher Risk of Stroke in Young Adults with Insomnia

The risk of stroke may be much higher in people with insomnia compared to those who don't have trouble sleeping, according to new research...

Inexpensive ‘Party Drug’ Offers Hope for Severe Depression

A new study using ketamine to treat people with treatment-resistant depression has been carried out  by researchers at the University of Oxford. "Ketamine is...