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Study: Oriental techniques work to improve work-related stress

New research suggests that as little as 20 minutes of workplace meditation and yoga can lower the level of stress and contribute to greater productivity and better work performance.

Study: Compounds in fruit seeds may protect against food-borne diseases

There may soon be a reason to recycle mango seeds as new research suggests they contain compounds that may turn them into a natural food preservative and become a new resource in the fight to prevent deadly food infections.

Research sheds light on benefits of selenium

The molecular basis of the metabolism of selenium – a trace element that is key to human health – has been discovered and detailed in a new article.

Research uncovers rejuvenating properties of white tea

Tea lovers may be happy to learn that their favorite drink has just been found to be like a fountain of youth.

Allergies threaten overweight kids more, researchers say

The list of reasons why parents may want to turn off the computer and send their kids outdoors has just grown longer, as a new study found obese youngsters are at a greater risk for developing allergies than their leaner peers.

Study says citrus fruit ingredient may prevent metabolic syndrome

According to new research, a compound called naringenin, which is a flavonoid found in citrus fruit, may become a valuable tool in the fight to prevent the onset of metabolic syndrome.

Bicarbonate Maple Syrup Cancer Treatment (International Medical Veritas Association)

The cancer treatment using bicarbonate soda and maple syrup—mixed together and heated to bind the two—delivers natural chemotherapy that kills cancer cells. But this natural method greatly reduces the horrendous side effects that seem to go hand-in-hand with most of the traditional chemotherapy treatments. Since cancer loves sugar, when the cancer cells gobble up the mixture, the baking soda kills them before they can grow. Find out the details in this article…

Study: Muscle density predicts risk of hospitalization

Experts are saying the elderly with low muscle density have a higher likelihood of being hospitalized than those with a more moderate ratio.

Experts offer heart health tips for hunters

With the hunting season approaching in some parts of the country, University of Michigan Cardiovascular Center has recently held an event to highlight the heart risks associated with the activity.

Research probes the benefits of zinc

A new study has sought to explain the exact mechanism behind the long known role of zinc in fighting infections and boosting the immune system.

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