For a change, how about some Positive News.
Imagine a child who could have over 13 IQ points higher intelligence from a simple change in the pregnant mother: welcome to iodine deficiency. In the worst regions of the world a simple iodine supplement could raise the IQ of children by a standard deviation (a lot!) when given to the pregnant mother . This is the lowest hanging fruit… …but plenty of healthy adults struggle with iodine deficiency as well.
Date posted: 19/04/2020
A study suggests that small amounts of resveratrol, which red wine contains, could replicate estrogen’s health benefits. These include protection against metabolic diseases and cognitive decline. Large amounts, however, may have the opposite effect.
Source: Medical News Today
Date posted: 17/04/2020
Social distancing and quarantines don't mean you have to live on canned soup alone. Welcome to the new coronavirus kitchen. Many of us have practice in stocking up for storms and such, but the pandemic pantry is a slightly different animal.
Date posted: 15/04/2020
Researchers from Xiamen Chinese Medicine Hospital (a Fujian Traditional Chinese Medical University affiliate) compared the efficaciousness of acupuncture with salmeterol xinafoate plus fluticasone propionate drug therapy for the treatment of chronic asthma
Source: Healthcare Medicine Institute
Date posted: 14/04/2020
Homeopathy practitioners say they should also be given a chance to attempt find therapeutic treatment of novel Coronavirus
Date posted: 14/04/2020
If your current stay-at-home lifestyle has left you feeling, well, backed up...you're certainly not alone. While the conversation with your friends is likely centered around Tiger King, there’s something else making the rounds that people are less eager to discuss: quarantine constipation.
Source: Mind Body Green
Date posted: 12/04/2020
Those with hay fever – particularly allergies to birch and ash pollen – will likely be feeling the effects already: the itchy, watery eyes; the runny nose; possibly even a cough. But hang on, aren’t some of these also signs of coronavirus?
Source: Huffington Post
Date posted: 10/04/2020
Most commercially available soaps are made with sulfates. Sulfates are a group of detergents or surfactants that are used in most personal care products today. Sulfates themselves are classified as a skin and membrane irritant
Source: Living Traditionally
Date posted: 08/04/2020
Balanced iron levels support the brain and immune system. In excess, iron worsens inflammation and makes some viral infections more deadly. New data show that COVID-19 might alter iron markers, causing nerve damage and secondary bacterial infections. What does this mean for your iron intake during the pandemic?
Date posted: 07/04/2020
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