If you want to reduce the effects of allergies, you need to breathe because, according to a study conducted by the Ohio State University College of Medicine, stress increases inflammatory proteins, which makes the situation worse. The study involved people who spoked in public and were pricked with an allergen priorRead More →

Millions of Americans suffer from acid reflux or stomach acids in the esophagus. And, if you’ve ever had heartburn, you know how uncomfortable it can be. You may also know that if it happens enough, it sometimes result in permanent injury and can even lead to esophageal cancer. To reduce or eliminate symptomsRead More →

A new device designed for cold sore treatment, that was researched and developed in the UK, was released in the UK in 2008. Many people consider it a huge breakthrough in cold sore treatment because it was proven in clinical trials to reduce healing time for cold sores by as much as 50Read More →

The results of a  study led by Robin Christensen of the Frederiksberg Hospital in Copenhagen was presented at the 2007 World Congress on Osteoarthritis. The paper titled “Applying the Herbal Therapy Rose-hips in Osteoarthritis Patients” showed joint pain and arthritis can be relieved with rosehips. The study lasted three months andRead More →

Cold sores are caused by the herpes simplex virus (HSV-1), and they affect nearly 50 percent of adult Americans. If you’ve never had one, they’re painful. However, there may be something in your spice cabinet that may help. Van Andel Institute researchers discovered curcumin, a component of turmeric, blocks the virus,Read More →

Probiotics are dietary supplements used to help reestablish the body’s natural occuring gut flora and promote good digestion. Probiotic supplements contain live “friendly” microorganisms, and doctors often recommend Probiotics for someone after they finish taking antibiotics. Stress, hormonal changes, toxins, and aging can also affect intestinal flora levels and cause gas, bloating, constipation,Read More →

If you’re one of the more than 29.5 million migraine sufferers, a new device known as transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) might just be what you need to zap away pain. When a person experiences the aura stage, they can place the TMS—a small handheld device—against the head, and it will spark a magneticRead More →