4 Supplements for Immune SupportKatie January 15, 2013 3 Supplements , VitaBlog , WellnessUh oh, is everyone around you coughing and sneezing? As you’re ducking for cover, you may be left wondering if there’s anything you can do to support your hard-working immune system.Aside from eating right, g
Goodbye Stress, Hello EnergyDr. Laurie Steelsmith October 26, 2013 4 Dr. Laurie Steelsmith , HerbsMany women are so constantly stressed and fatigued that they find it hard to make it through the day. The culprit is often their adrenal glands, which have been overworked to the point of exhaustion.
Fungus Among UsNew Chapter April 8, 2015 0 Herbs , New Chapter , SupplementsDid you know that the largest known living organism takes up over three square miles, is over 1000 years old, and is neither a plant nor an animal? This incredible individual is actually a type of fungus called thehoney mu
5 Tips for Using Herbal Supplements SafelyDr. Laurie Steelsmith September 9, 2016 0 HerbsChamomile. Siberian Ginseng. Echinacea. Reishi. The mere names of herbal supplements sound exotic and alluring. Otherwise known as botanicals, herbs—which can be found in both foods and supplements—differ from
Bones appear to be the strongest, most solid thing in our bodies. Yet, half of all women and up to one-quarter of men age 50 and older will break a bone at some point in their lives due to osteoporosis.
Some women have breast self-test awareness, finding a small lump without paying attention, heart suddenly surprised, worried about is tumor. In fact, this tumor may be breast hyperplasia in most of the time.
When I take a bath, I like to rub with a bath towel, but one day my friend sent me a message saying, "rubbing the bath, hard scrubbing will cause fragile skin damage, bacteria, fungi into the inner skin, over time will cause skin cancer! I would like to ask the experts, is the argument true?
Olive oil has been considered as a healthier edible oil for a long time. A study published at the University of Edinburgh in the UK suggests that oleic acid in olive oil can help produce a cell that can inhibit brain tumors. The study has brought new ideas to prevent such cancer.Author: Zhao YipuFro
A study article was published in the Scientific reports magazine, which aims to assess the association between BRAF V600E mutations and the presence of Hashimoto thyroiditis (HT) thyroid papillary carcinoma (PTC).
It is reported that although doctors are known to have a link between these diseases, but it is unclear why a disease can increase the risk of another disease.Dr. Lauren Dalvin, the first author of the study, noted that future studies will primarily identify common genes, immune responses, and envir