According to a newly released report, dietary supplement sales in the U.S. increased in 2008, reaching an estimated $4.8 billion.
As the allergy season continues, many sufferers will be reminded that sinus problems not only affect their quality of daily life, but they may also be difficult to treat. However, some practitioners have recommended natural therapies as a good alternative.
New research appears to suggest that children with vitamin D insufficiency may be at an increased risk of severe asthma attacks.
There is evidence that both real and simulated acupuncture provides greater relief of back pain than usual treatment methods, according to new research.
New research indicates that enjoying the sunshine as we age could help reduce the risk of heart disease and diabetes.
There are two kinds of stomach acid—the good and the bad. The good is called hydrochloric acid (HCl), and the bad is called organic acids of fermentation. When there is not enough of the good HCl to digest food, the bad organic acids of fermentation appear to cause all the trouble—and if you’re age 50 or older, you’re deficient of good HCl. Find out what to do—and not to do—when you read this article…
Rip Esselstyn, a Texas firefighter, has teamed up with his father who is a retired surgeon to launch his engine colleagues on the path to good health.
Besides the stress-reducing benefits, new research has also linked meditation to temporary improvement in visuospatial abilities.
As anxieties associated with the bad economy are adding to the stresses of daily life, health experts have suggested powerful natural techniques that can help people get through difficult periods.
With hormone replacement therapy (HRT) increasingly discredited, healthcare providers have become supportive of the use of the black cohosh extract as an alternative to treat menopausal symptoms, according to a new study.