Cancer cells exposed to oxygen spread slower and sometimes die outright. An intravenous drip of hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) is a good treatment for cancer. Read this article to learn more…
According to researchers, moderate exercise can be a great health resource in that it may help boost and maintain bone strength and prevent falls and fractures in older people.
Reasonable dieting has a range of health benefits, including weight loss, but scientists believe men who limit their carbohydrate intake may also experience a slower growth of prostate tumors.
More often, people stir honey into tea, use it to make desserts such as baklava and sometimes even spread it on toast. Now a new paper reveals that one kind of honey may be used as a novel first aid treatment.
C-Reactive Protein (CRP) is part of the body’s basic emergency response system in which the liver produces concentrations of protein during times of severe inflammation. While inflammation is a normal response of the body to disease, injury or infections, an overzealous inflammatory response can do more harm than good—and lead to inflammatory diseases. So everyone should get a C-Reactive Protein test CRP, which predicts future heart disease and strokes! Read more on how you could be a walking time bomb—and what you can do about it…
Some use aloe vera to ease the pain on sunburn while others apply it to small abrasions or minor burns for skin pain and irritation relief. Now, new research shows that aloe vera can also help keep teeth and gums healthy.
New research shows that curcumin found in the Indian spice turmeric may help reduce some women’s risk of breast cancer if they utilized hormone replacement therapy (HRT.)
Swiss researchers believe that vitamin D supplementation of at least 400 international units per day (IUD) reduces risk of certain bone fractures in older people.
Post-menopausal women who have used hormone replacement therapy (HRT) appear to be at an increased risk of ovarian cancer, according to researchers.
Research presented in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition suggests supplements containing DHEA combined with vitamin D and calcium may increase bone density in older women.