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    - Manufacture last told us we will have more instock end of MAY 2005. lets cross our fingers. Darrell -- ...
  • 'Handful of nuts a day may cut heart disease, cancer risk'
    - Want to stay healthy this holiday season? Do you enjoy eating nuts? Well then there is good news for you. Research shows that eating a handful of nuts a day could reduce cancer and heart disease. It is the good fats in the nuts that make them heal ...
  • 'Inflammatory Diet' May Boost Breast Cancer Risk
    - One of the newest ways for a person to get sick in today's society is inflammation. This is caused by a lifestyle with poor food choices, along with high level of stress and other toxins. This may have a more profound effect on women, and increa ...
  • 10 Symptoms You May Have Parasites in your Body (and how to remove them)!
    - You can get parasites from a few different sources. They come from poorly prepared food most of all but you can also get them from certain animals. This will help you diagnose them. You're given ten symptoms to look for. You're also given advice ...
  • 10 Things You Should Know About Prostate Cancer
    - 3. More men under 65 are being diagnosed with prostate cancer. More than 75% of prostate cancers are diagnosed in men over 65, but the disease is now found more frequently in men in their 50s. While doctor recommendations for prostate cancer scre ...
  • 8 essential oils which may help in rheumatoid arthritis
    - If you suffer from rheumatoid arthritis, there are some essential oils that may help relieve the discomfort. This autoimmune disease causes inflammation and joint pain. It can cause swelling, joint stiffness, or loss of joint function completely ...
  • A cuppa Cancer Prevention?
    - Has anything garnered more health-news headlines than tea lately? It seems that every time you turn around a new study is published that links this venerable beverage to increased well-being. Of course none of this is news to the Chinese, who have ...
  • A Natural Herb Called Gymnema Sylvestre May Help Lower Blood Sugar
    - Gymnema sylvestre is found naturally in central and southern India, where it has been used in traditional Indian medicine for almost two thousand years. It is known as 'gurmar' in ancient Indian texts, a word meaning 'sugar destroyer', which gives a ...
  • A Natural Herbal Supplement called Guggul may help Lower Cholesterol
    - Guggul is a natural herb supplement that may help lower cholesterol, yet few in the Western hemisphere know much about it. Guggul is otherwise known as the Mukul myrrh tree, and is a plant of the Burseracae family with small red or pink flowers. ...
  • A Periwinkle Extract Vinpocetine May Promote Cerebral Blood Flow
    - Periwinkles form the plant genus Vinca, of which the lesser periwinkle and the greater periwinkle are the two members. They are also a form of dogbane, known for its alkaloid properties. Periwinkles are of interest to the medical profession due to t ...
  • Acai may offer prebiotic benefits throughout the GI tract, researchers find
    - According to UK researchers, beneficial polyphenols found in the acai fruit can pass through the digestive system intact. Therefore, they may provide a prebiotic effect to every part of the gastrointestinal tract, including the colon. A substa ...
  • Agave Nectar -Myth and Truth
    - First of all let me preface by saying thank you very much for contacting Madhava Honey with your concern. Madhava has been in business for over 36 years and one of our four fundamental core values is and always will be to provide the Highest Quality ...
  • Aged Garlic Extract May Help Manage Diabetes
    - Aged Garlic Extract May Help Manage Diabetes Recent tests already show hope that aged garlic extract can prevent damage to eyes, kidneys, blood vessels and skin Can aged garlic extract really help diabetics preserve their vision? People wh ...
  • Air pollution may directly cause those year-round runny noses, according to a mouse study Johns ...
    - Are you one of those who always seems to have a runny nose? There are kids who go around like this a lot as well. You may be wondering what causes it. You probably think it's a cold or some sort of sinus infection that needs medications but you ...
  • All that you may need to know about antioxidants
    -  All that you may need to know about antioxidants Oxidants are elements whose main role is to protect your cells from the harmful effects of free radicals. Free radicals, on their part, are molecules that may be produced by the body when it bre ...
  • Almonds may boost heart health in diabetic people
    - Almonds are a versatile, portable, tasty and nutritious snack food. However, new research suggests that the salad topper may also have more to impart to eaters, particularly if the eaters in question number among the millions struggling under th ...
  • Almonds may help boost cholesterol clean-up crew
    - Many people in today's modern climate are looking for a new way to destroy and reverse the effects of their unhealthy eating habits. One major thing to look into is how to reverse cholesterol problems. HDL cholesterol is considered the "good" ch ...
  • An Apple Or Banana A Day May Reduce Allergies In Children...
    - Apple juice Could Reduce Wheezing…Increased consumption of apple juice or bananas may prevent childhood asthma, says new research form England. Using a population based survey of 2,640 children between five and ten years old the researchers found th ...
  • Animal Study Finds Monounsaturated Fats in Olive Oil May Extend Life
    - A recent genetic study on metabolic changes has discovered an unexpected finding: accumulation of monounsaturated fats may lengthen one's lifespan. Though the study was conducted among roundworms rather than humans, it is interesting to note sin ...
  • Anise Seed Benefits Blood Sugar & May Protect Against Ulcers
    - Anise seeds are now being seen as one of the latest in a line of good for you herbs and spices. They are in the same family as celery and carrots, but with a slight licorice flavor. They have been found to have many properties to aid with health ...
  • Antibiotics for Acne May do More Harm than Good!
    - Antibiotics for acne may have side effects that cannot be ignored, although because of the increasing problem of antibiotic resistance developing in bacteria of all kinds, your physician will not prescribe an antibiotic unless your acne is severe eno ...
  • Arginine for Happy heart and Arteries
    - Give all to love, obey thy heart,” cries the poet, and most of us have felt the link between our hearts and our passionate feelings. In the more reasoned language of science, what connects the heart with the heat of amore is blood flowing freely thr ...
  • Artificial sweeteners may increase risk of diabetes in two weeks, study claims
    - A new study out of Australia has shown that in as little as two weeks, using no calorie sugar substitutes can actually increase your risk for type 2 diabetes. These sweeteners can actually increase your glucose tolerance, causing weight gain and ...
  • B vitamins may have 'protective effect' against air pollution
    - The article discusses a recent study which suggests that high dosage of vitamin B may provide protection against the negatives of air pollution. This study was done on a small scale, and there are plans to attempt to replicate this affect in lar ...
  • Beet juice may reduce walking pain with leg artery disease
    - Beet juice may reduce walking pain with leg artery disease It may be hard to believe but beet juice is being considered as a way to improve the living conditions of someone with leg artery disease. Some may wonder how this is even remotely possib ...
  • bilberry extract may help strengthen veins all over the body
    - Bilberry extract is taken from the Vaccinium myrtillus, or bilberry, a small blue berry that has been used traditionally for the treatment of conditions now known to be due to inflammation and the action of free radicals on the body. Among these ...
  • Breaking News - supplements may help protect against Colorectal Cancer
    - Increased intake of omega-3 fatty acids may reduce the risk of colorectal cancer. It has been proposed that anti-inflammatory prostaglandins derived from omega-3 fatty acids may inhibit the cyclooxygenase-2 (Cox-2) enzyme and production of proinflam ...
  • Butterbur May Be an Effective Alternative Treatment for Hay fever.
    - Butterbur May Be an Effective Alternative Treatment for Hay fever. A recent double-blind, parallel group comparison study conducted by lead author Andreas Schapowal, MD, from the Allergy Clinic (and other participating clinics) in Landquart, Switz ...
  • Cannabis may help with curing dementia
    - There are many problems which cannabis is supposed to help with. One of these is dementia. This is a condition the elderly often gt. It is hard to deal with because the person who gets it becomes confused and can't take care of themselves. They ...
  • Carotenoids may also bolster brain function in older adults: Study
    - Antioxidants and substances with anti-inflammatory properties have long shown to have great advantages on neurological function. Researchers are now finding that carotenoids can provide both of these beneficial properties, and that consuming car ...
  • CAUTION!! Pain in the Sole of the Foot May be Sign of Illness!!
    - Oftentimes, we overlook those aches and pains we feel in our feet, assuming it is from walking or standin on them for extended periods. But, the truth could shock you and could even turn your life upside down. So often, foot pain in the sole of ...
  • CBD may help smokers quit cigarettes, finds new study
    - CBD may help smokers quit cigarettes, finds new study Humans have what is called a electrochemical system that can be directly impacted by substances referred to as endocannabinoids. One of these is cannabidiol (CBD). CBD oil was given to 30 part ...
  • Cholesterol levels and heart disease risk may be lowered by eating oats: Study
    - A recent study has shown that oats may have more benefits than just being healthy. The amount of fiber in oats not only helps keep the body regular, it also has been linked to lower cholesterol levels. This food item is easily combined with othe ...
  • Cinnamon may lower blood sugar...
    - Best Cinnamon Use as Part of Your Diet to Help Maintain a Healthy Blood Sugar Level* HUMAN CLINICAL TRIALS Cinnamon, a staple ingredient in apple pie, has remained one of the world's favorite spices throughout recorded history. The evergreen ...
  • Clinical tests reveal that black cumin seed (Nigella Sativa) may treat hypothyroidism
    - It has been discovered that eating some black cumin seeds may help to treat an autoimmune condition called Hashimoto's thyroiditis which is the most common ailment that affects the thyroid. A recent study divided participants into two groups- a ...
  • Coconut oil may be a good saturated fat alternative
    - By now most of us know that saturated fats aren't healthy. Many restaurants have cut them out. It's not always easy to do this, especially if you don't know what to use instead, so this gives you good info. You can use coconut oil in many ways to ...
  • Coconut Oil May Help Promote Healthy Thyroid and Digestive Function
    - Coconut is extracted from coconuts, the coconut palm often being called the tree of life and for good reason. However, its benefits were lost to America for many years due to the politics of the vegetable oil industry claiming that all saturated fats ...
  • Cognitive decline may be slowed by leafy greens
    - New research out of Chicago's Rush University Medical Center have shown positive links between a daily serving of green, leafy vegetables and a cognitive function. This functional slip may even be slowed by eleven years due to green, leafy veget ...
  • Colostrum may provide relief for leaky gut sufferers
    - Colostrum may provide relief for leaky gut sufferers When it comes to one's physical well being and overall health, perhaps one of the most important aspects that ties everything together is that of a proper functioning digestive system to b ...
  • Compounds in Turmeric, Red grapes, Apple Peels, & Berries May Help in Treating Prostate Cancer
    - Scientists have some lab-tested evidence showing that certain natural foods, especially eaten together, have an effect in stopping the growth of cancer cells in the prostrate and elsewhere in the body. More specifically, turmeric, red grapes, an ...
  • Constipation May Increase Risk of Kidney Disease
    - A recent study performed on United States military veterans has found a link between people that have frequent constipation and those that develop chronic kidney disease and kidney failure. So far, the reason for the connection is unknown, but r ...
  • Cranberry May Have More Uses Than Just Bladder Infections
    - The effects of cranberry on bladder and other urinary tract infections are well known. The infections are caused by a bacterium, Escherichia coli, known to most people as E. coli that attaches to the wall of the bladder or the urinary tract, and is ...
  • Cranberry May Help Fight Cancer
    - A recent study suggested drinking a glass of cranberry juice before chemotherapy treatment helped boost the effectiveness of the treatment for ovarian cancer. The boost was 6 times the effectiveness with chemotherapy. Researchers stress that this is ...
  • Curcumin may protect the brain after a traumatic brain injury
    - Oxidative neurodegeneration is a process in which oxidative stress results in degeneration of the brain, often related to a traumatic brain injury (TBI). Studies are now showing that curcumin has protective abilities that can help decrease the b ...
  • Daily consumption of tea may protect the elderly from cognitive decline, study suggests
    - A recent study of almost a thousand Chinese seniors aged 55 and over strongly suggests that drinking tea daily can help reduce the risk of cognitive decline by at least fifty percent, and as much as eighty-six percent in some. Starting in 2003, ...
  • Depressed? You may be at risk for this…
    - Depression affects millions of people every single year. While more women are apt to experience depression, men are also at risk for the condition. When you are depressed, the condition causes a number of life altering affects and health consequ ...
  • Diabetes: Cinnamon (Dalchini) May Help Control Blood Sugar Levels
    - For diabetic patients, food can often feel like the enemy. But what if spices are the answer? Cinnamon has been shown to reduce blood sugar levels in patients that have type 2 diabetes from a fasting state as well as to possess anti oxidant trai ...
  • Dilute honey 'may fight urine infections'
    - A recent study at the University of Southampton is proposing the use of honey to prevent microbiological biofilms from developing within catheters. Their research has shown promising results. They were able to use this natural substance to stop ...
  • Eating anti-inflammatory foods may reduce symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis
    - As it happens your diet may have a significant impact upon the likelihood of Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) eating away at your joints as you age. 70% of white blood cells occupy the human intestinal tract - as RA is an auto-immune disease that turns ...
  • Eating chili regularly may make you live longer
    - The health benefits of spices have long been of interest to scholars. Recently, scientists have discovered that consuming chili has a variety of health benefits, the most important being longevity. In a follow-up of a Chinese study, the Universi ...
  • Eating fish once a week may promote sleep and boost IQ
    - Fish have always been called brain food but now researchers out of University of Pennsylvania have a found a link between them and sleep as well. The key seems to be the Omega 3 fatty acids. Getting extra sleep helps with intelligence due to lac ...
  • Eating Foods With Phytoestrogen to Prevent Breast Cancer
    - Many women fear breast cancer, as it seems out of control. In actuality, a woman’s diet is something within her control and it can be the most powerful force in significantly deterring breast cancer. One out of every eight American women experience ...
  • Eating ginger regularly may suppress the negative effects of ahigh-fat diet
    - A study, conducted by Korean researchers and published in the journal "Nutrients", found that consuming ginger extract can prevent some of the detrimental effects of a high-fat diet. In the study, 27 rats were divided into three groups. Members ...
  • Eating more omega-3-rich food may lower inflammation and arthritispain
    - Foods that are rich in omega-3 fatty acids are showing promise in the reduction of inflammation and arthritic pain. A study was done where 167 adults who suffered from knee pain were given blood tests in order to evaluate where their levels of o ...
  • Eating prebiotics may improve sleep, cut impact of stress
    - Prebiotics are dietary fibers that are found naturally in foods such as asparagus, leeks, chickory and other foods. Prebiotics are non digestible fibers and they are what probiotics feed on. A diet that includes foods with prebiotics is shown to b ...
  • Eating walnuts may help ward of several diseases: experts
    - Walnuts are being examined by Indian researchers for their health benefits. Well known to have MUFAs and Omega-3 fatty acids, these nuts are heart healthy and can help lower triglycerides. Indian researchers are looking into the benefits of nuts ...
  • Enzyme that digests vitamin A also may regulate testosterone levels
    - Want to help regulate testosterone in the body? Well a new enzyme was just discovered that helps break down enzymes in the body that regulate and make the most out testosterone. This could be important for testosterone replacement therapy. It is a ...
  • Even teethers labeled BPA-free may contain hormone-disruptors
    - A recent report in the journal Environmental Science and Technology states that 59 different teething devices they tested all came up positive for BPA, which is a known endocrine-disrupting chemical. They also found other dangerous chemicals prese ...
  • Everybody has experienced Pain once in their lives – Curamin may be the answer
    - Fact, more than 50 million Americans suffer from chronic pain. Chronic, meaning pain that continues daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly, pain may which never end with out help. According to the Journal of the American Medical Association, pain is th ...
  • Fewer grains and more fruits and vegetables may keep your bones strong
    - It is a well known fact that vegetables and fruits and fresh food are much healthier than a heavy grain diet. What most people do not understand is that eating less grain can also mean stronger bones. Along with being healthier it is possible to s ...
  • Fish, fish oil may lower your heart attack risk
    - Omega 3 fatty acid, which can be found in supplements such as wild salmon oil, salmon itself, avocados, and various nuts has proven to be beneficial in a wide range of body systems.One of the lesser known uses is to aid in the severity and even ...
  • Five Great Health Benefits of Chamomile Tea
    - Chamomile is a plant resembling the daisy that has been used for centuries to calm and east stress. It is available in tea infusions, tinctures, capsules and in a variety of oils and creams. Drinking chamomile tea comes with these great benefits: ...
  • Food Additives May Be Linked To Kids’ Hyperactivity
    - Some may deny it but recently discovered that other ingredients in foods can spur hyperactivity in children. We once thought that sugar alone was the problem but now a published report in Sept. 6th edition of The Lancet suggests that preservatives l ...
  • Fruits and Vegetables may benefit academic performance…
    - Although the effects of nutrition on health and school performance are often cited, few research studies have examined the effect of diet quality on the academic performance of children. A new study published in the Journal of School Health studied ...
  • Fruits and vegetables may slow ALS
    - We know we should eat more fruits and vegetables, but it turns out that a diet high in these too foods may also help with diseases like ALS. Studies are showing that the foods we eat play a huge rule in both triggering and the prognosis of the d ...
  • Genetically Engineered Foods May Cause Rising Food Allergies
    - Arguments made by the Environmental Protection Agency, which regulates plant produced pesticides, tell us not to worry about the thought of consuming toxic pesticides. Instead, they say that the pesticides used, Bt, are produced naturally from a soi ...
  • Go Green - green foods may be the SWAT team that sets you free...
    - Go Green by Chrystle Fiedler Energy Times, December 4, 2003 If you feel like your busy life is holding your health hostage, green foods may be the SWAT team that sets you free. "Green foods are worth a king's ransom as far as your health is conc ...
  • Grapefruit Seed Extract may help Fight Stomach, Intestinal Bacteria, and more...
    - Grapefruit seed extract is regarded as being natural antibiotic that is effective against a broad range of bacterial infections. It has also been used to treat parasitic infections and a range of viral infections as well as having found uses for a wi ...
  • Green Foods May Improve Your Health
    - Green foods are phyto-foods that typically contain a high amount of chlorophyll, which is the substance that gives plants their green color. Also, chlorophyll allows the plant to use sunlight to access nutrients from the soil. These plants contain ...
  • Gut bacteria 'may help drugs fight cancer'
    - A study by the University of Texas has found that people with a more diverse population of bacteria in their gut tend to respond better to cancer treatments. Fecal transplants are already used to treat some diseases, but now research is being do ...
  • Gut bacteria may help explain benefits of breastfeeding
    - There are many kinds of necessary bacteria in the body and examining it can sometimes teach us things. Gut bacteria can show us how important breastfeeding is for example. Doing it even for a short time increases this bacteria which is good for ...
  • Gut bacteria may hold key to treating autoimmune disease
    - Inflammation and autoimmunity are caused by inappropriate activity of the body's own regulatory T immune cells. A mutation in a gene called Foxp3 causes a fatal disease, IPEX syndrome, where these cells run amok. But new research shows an unexpect ...
  • Gut microbes can fight parasites: Probiotics may reduce infections, and severity of infections, in developing countries
    - Gut microbes can fight parasites: Probiotics may reduce infections, and severity of infections, in developing countries Parasites are a more common problem in some parts of the world, where soil quality is particularly conducive to their survival ...
  • Heart disease and diabetes risk may be reduced by eating chocolate every day: Study
    - Recent studies have been showing that men who eat a moderate amount of chocolate each week have less of a chance of developing heart disease. The flavonoids present in chocolate have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that help keep th ...
  • high protein diets may not help fend off diabetes webmd
    - What do you know about diabetes? Now, what do you know about trying to prevent diabetes? Have you heard that you can prevent diabetes through diet? If this sounds like something that has peaked your interest then you want to take a look at this a ...
  • How Coconut Oil May Rescue The Brain From Alzheimer’s Disease
    - One more reason to celebrate coconut oil! Coconut oil can be used for so many things -- from healing dry skin to easing constipation. However, coconut oil also shows promise to aid in easing Alzheimer's symptoms! In an exciting new study soon to ...
  • How what you eat may affect mental health
    - You are what you eat, as the old saying has been told over and over again for centuries now. Now, new evidence suggests that the foods you consume also have an impact on your mental health. If you are feeling depressed, anxious, or that your men ...
  • Hydrangea May Help With Urine Flow
    - Both the Cherokee and the early American settlers used a decoction of hydrangea for calculous diseases with great success. This herb was considered by Dr. Edward E. Shook to be remarkable, with curative powers that were better than any other herb. ...
  • If You No Energy It May Be Because Of Poor Absorption
    - The human body is a miracle designed differently. At conception, our cells are encoded with a genetic blueprint and if kept clean with all nutrients provided, the cells will perform perfectly. Current research shows that our bodies are engineered for ...
  • Immune system suppression may be related to problem drinking
    - Excessive alcohol intake can harm the body’s immune system in two ways. First, it produces an overall nutritional deficiency, depriving the body of valuable immune boosting nutrients. Second, alcohol, like sugar, consumed in excess can reduc ...
  • Increasing Fruit and Veggie Intake May Help Fight Alzheimer’s Disease…
    - Drinking as little as two to three glasses of fruit and vegetable juice each week may help reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease by up to 75 percent. The study reporting these results, published in the American Journal of Medicine (2006, ...
  • Inherited taste perceptions may explain why some people eat too much salt
    - We all inherit genes of our family line, some of them are not ideal, but we deal with it. Many people have associated taste buds as being inherited, at least the this research studies believes so. We all have a different pallet some us like salt a ...
  • Is Butter Good Or Bad? Saturated Fat Foods In High-Fat Diet May Boost 'Good' Cholesterol
    - We have grown up hearing that we should avoid saturated fats as much as possible. However, the University of Bergen in Norway has recently published a study showing that saturated fats may actually help boost good cholesterol rather than hinder it ...
  • Isoflavone from Soy May Help Support Female Functions, Fight Cancer, And More!
    - An isoflavone from soy has been evaluated for its effect on various female functions such as the menopause and some effects on estrogens. Soy products have been part of the diet in the Far East for thousands of years, and it is a known fact that thes ...
  • Juniper Berries May Help With Urinary Health Problems
    - The juniper plant is a coniferous plant which is part of the genus Juniperus of the cypress family. There are approximately 50-67 different species of juniper, which are distributed widely throughout the northern hemisphere. Among these locations i ...
  • Kava Kava May Help One Fight Stress And Anxiety
    - Kava kava has been traditionally in ceremonial drinks as a mild sedative and relaxant used by many island communities in the Pacific such as Polynesia, Micronesia, and Melanesia. Today it is still used to relax the body and mind and promote a restfu ...
  • Kids who consume fish at least once a week may have a sharper IQ: Study
    - A new study out of University of Pennsylvania has found a link between brain power, fish and sleep. The omega-3 fatty acids seem to be the real winner here. The link is how they affect sleep. They seem to allow people to sleep sounder. Sleeping ...
  • Lactium From Milk May Help You Sleep Better At Night
    - Anxiety responses were needed in previous years to trigger the nervous system into a series of chemical reactions that would initiate action. For our ancestors, this fight or flight impulse often meant the difference between death and survival for a ...
  • Liver inflammation may lead to heart diseases
    - Liver inflammation can lead to heart diseases. The inflammatory processes that take place in the liver can elevate your cholesterol levels significantly. Inflammation in the liver can play a vital role in the development of fat accumulation in y ...
  • Low-Carb Diet May Aid Your Metabolism
    - Feeling a little sluggish? Think you could lose a few pounds? Well low carb may be just for you. New research shows that low card is supposed to upstart metabolism making it even easier to lose weight. This is on top of the benefit that low carb p ...
  • Lutein, found in leafy greens, may counter cognitive aging
    - A website that reports on science news has an article summarizing a scientific study about lutein. This is a substance found in leafy green vegetables such as spinach and kale. A university study was conducted on subjects in the age 25 to 45 r ...
  • Lutein, the leafy-green nutrient, may help keep your mind young
    - There is always greatness found inside leafy greens. Adding them to your diet could very well provide the nutrients that you need to stay healthy. Lutein is the nutrient that you gain from eating those leafy greens. It has a great taste and prov ...
  • Magnesium May Help Reduce Inflammation
    - Magnesium May Help Reduce Inflammation… Taking a daily supplement of magnesium may help reduce the levels of a type of inflammation that could lead to heart disease in people with low dietary intake of minerals. According to research published in N ...
  • Man’s best friend may have to step a side, new research on Pomegranate released.
    - Recently, two UCLA investigations suggest that pomegranate might do wonders for man’s reproductive tract. Scientists found the pomegranate phytonutrient ellagitannins were able to slow the growth of prostate cancer cells in laboratory experiment. A ...
  • Manuka honey may be the future of antibacterial superbug medicine
    - For many years honey has been a home remedy for its antibacterial and medicinal properties. Now, a new honey from New Zealand, called Manuka honey, is becoming popular for pushing the boundaries of what honey is known for. Studies found that this ...
  • Manuka honey may be the future of antibacterial superbug medicine
    - Are you a fan of honey? Do you use honey when you have a sore throat? Have you ever thought about using honey for any other ailments? The time to change that thought process might be now. To learn more about how Manuka honey may be the future ...
  • Marijuana component may help with opioid addiction treatment
    - One of the biggest problems that plagues America today is opiod addiction. This is claiming the lives of thousands of Americans, but a new study may see a way to help. Marijuana may be a good substitute to help battle heroin and opiod addict ...