As CBD oil gets into the hands of more and more people, the reported benefits of this natural remedy are blowing the minds of doctors and the general population alike.
According to some of the latest studies, CBD oil seems to have an impact on people who battle with depression. So is CBD oil really a good treatment for those dealing with mood disorders? Let's take a look at what research says. ... ››› more
When most people hear the word “passion” they think about lust and sex. But, passion flower - widely used in western herbal medicine - has nothing to do with what goes on in the bedroom. Instead, this herb is an effective anxiety reliever. Here's how it can help you ease anxiety...
According to the Mayo Clinic, anxiety happens as a normal part of life and can even be useful when it alerts y... ››› more
One of the most obvious signs of cancer is constant, unrelenting pain. But a new study's just found that certain non-cancer pain conditions, like back pain and migraine, can be so bad that they lead to an increased risk of suicide. But if your painkillers just aren't working, don't give up hope as there're three natural ways to soothe your chronic pain instead…
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If you wake up every morning at 2am or 3am and just can't get back to sleep, you'll know just how disruptive this new sleep cycle can really be.
You're tired during the day, you're grumpy and you snack more to get your energy levels back up.
The reason your sleep cycle is thrown out could be low blood sugar.
Keep reading to find out how to tell if you unknowingly suffer from low blood su... ››› more
If you regularly drink more than the recommended one drink per day, you're taking years off your life, according to a major report.
The international study, which looked at 600,000 drinkers, estimated that having 10 to 15 alcoholic drinks a week could shorten a person's life by between one and two years.
What's more, the researchers warned that people who drink more than 18 drinks a week co... ››› more
A recent study suggests that some adults who use calcium supplements to meet their daily quota are taking higher doses than necessary, ultimately putting themselves at risk of serious health issues, including cardiovascular disease.
The study found that one in 20 adults got a substantial portion of their daily calcium from supplements. If you think this may include you, you'll want to keep read... ››› more
High intake of red meat is tied to high LDL cholesterol levels and an increased risk of heart disease and type 2 diabetes, while The World Organization classifies processed meats as a Group 1 carcinogen, which means there's strong evidence that processed meats cause cancer.
As if we needed another reason to cut back on red and processed meat, a new Israeli study has just unveiled that these mea... ››› more
Millions of people around the world take probiotics to improve their digestive health. If this includes you, good news - probiotics can also help protect against variations of influenza A virus, according to a Georgia State University study.
Influenza A virus infects humans, birds and pigs and has many subtypes based on hemagglutinin (HA) and neuraminidase (NA) proteins on the surface of the vi... ››› more
You already know that drinking green tea daily boosts your brain health and helps speed up fat burn. New research shows that it also may help prevent periodontal disease.
For the study, lead author Dr Babitha Nugala, an internationally renowned expert on periodontal disease, reviewed more than 20 studies of the beneficial role of green tea in reducing the risk the disease.
Dr Nugaka conclude... ››› more
You've heard the saying that goes, ‘nature is good for the mind, body and soul'. Now, there's some scientific evidence to back up this claim.
A study published in the Journal of Adolescent Health shows that exposure to trees and other greenery staves off depression in adults and that the same may be true for teenagers.
Read on for the full findings…
Nature really is good for the mind,... ››› more
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