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Pushing Toward a Treatment for Dangerous Allergies

Pushing Toward a Treatment for Dangerous Allergies

Recent research published in the journal Nature Chemical Biology reveals that a group of investigators from the University of Notre Dame, has made significant progress toward the development of the first-ever inhibitory therapeutic for Type 1 hypersensitive allergic reactions. Read More


Early Childhood Asthma Affected by Pollen Exposure during Pregnancy

Early Childhood Asthma Affected by Pollen Exposure during Pregnancy

A woman being exposed to high levels of pollen late in pregnancy can elevate a child's risk of early asthma. This is according to a group of researchers at Sweden%u2019s Umea University. Read More


Microscopic Hazards to Watch for in Your Home This Winter

Microscopic Hazards to Watch for in Your Home This Winter

We typically associate allergies with spring and summer, when high pollen counts fill the air and leave allergy sufferers sniffling and sneezing. However, winter brings its own microscopic hazards, with dust mites and mold spores creating misery for a whole new set of sufferers. Read More


Severe Vitamin D Deficiency Linked to Achiness

Severe Vitamin D Deficiency Linked to Achiness

Most people with persistent, unexplained muscle and bone pain have low levels of vitamin D in their blood, a recent study discovered. Other studies have found vitamin D to be crucially important for healthy bones, bone marrow and blood vessels, and for protecting against various cancers, diabe... Read More


More Natural Cures for Workaday Woes

More Natural Cures for Workaday Woes

Modern medicine is coming to agree that the new ways are not always necessarily the best ways. It's reaching the conclusion that the latest pharmaceuticals are not always necessarily the only way to assault an ailment, that homespun remedies can often be the most helpful and least expensive a... Read More


St. John's Wort and Depression

St. John's Wort and Depression

Some studies show St. Johns wort helps alleviate depression, and some don't. But one government agency, one educational institution and a nonprofit biomedical group recently gave it a something of a thumbs-up. "There is some scientific evidence that St. John's wort is useful for treating mild... Read More


Worried Sick? There Might Be Some Truth There

Worried Sick? There Might Be Some Truth There

A recent report by health provider BUPA has found that people's worries are damaging their health by causing sleepless nights, loss of sex drive, and erratic eating habits. The 2007 Worry Report demonstrates that almost one in five people constantly worry about numerous things, and more than ... Read More


Reducing Stress Lowers Risk of Cardiovascular Problems

Reducing Stress Lowers Risk of Cardiovascular Problems

A Review in The Lancet reveals the importance of healthy lifestyle choices to reduce stressors related to cardiovascular risk factors. Researchers from John Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore examined records between 1990 to 2006. They observed how stress affects the sympathetic nervous system, im... Read More


Rapid Rise in "Complementary" Medical Services

Rapid Rise in

Have you been to a practitioner besides your family physician? Whether chiropractic care, acupuncture, yoga or homeopathy, Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) has become increasingly common in the United States, and 72% of adults use some form of CAM therapies according to the US Nati... Read More


Yoga Is a Possible Treatment For Depression

Yoga Is a Possible Treatment For Depression

Yoga may offer solutions for depression, anxiety and epilepsy. Reports from the World Health Organization and elsewhere estimate that mental illness comprises fifteen percent of the global disease burden. Depression and anxiety disorders contribute heavily to these numbers. One treatment appr... Read More



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