For a change, how about some Positive News.
Many health conditions can be discovered by simply observing your stool and urine. That is why it’s always a good idea to take a quick look, even if it may seem a bit disgusting. There can be many variations to the topic, and the variables include consistency, color, and smell.
Source: Red Orbit
Date posted: 25/08/2020
Loss of smell and taste is more severe in Covid-19 patients than in patients with common colds and that could be due to the effect the coronavirus has on the brain and nervous system, British researchers reported on Wednesday.
Date posted: 22/08/2020
There’s no question — we absolutely can not live without water. But do we really need to drink alkalized water for our survival? Perhaps not for our ultimate survival, but maybe for longevity. Advocates of alkaline water believe it can help our bodies stay disease-free, and generally improve all aspects of our health.
Source: Rise Earth
Date posted: 21/08/2020
The amount of sugar we consume in foods and beverages would likely astound you because so much of it is hidden in different names. We explore the many different ways sugar is represented and the various sugar substitutes while uncovering the mechanisms of how the body processes each one, their benefits, and side effects
Date posted: 19/08/2020
Despite spending around one-third of our lives in the land of nod, sleep still holds many mysteries. Scientists are chipping away at the details, but the wonder of slumber is much more complex than it appears. Here we dispel some common myths.
Source: Medical News Today
Date posted: 18/08/2020
In 2015, a microbiologist and an Anglo Saxon scholar decided to test a recipe from a 10th-century Old English medical compendium called Bald's Leechbook; what they found surprised everyone. The potion, called "Bald's eyesalve," was tested on soft tissue infected with the antibiotic-resistant methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus – otherwise known as the hospital superbug MRSA. It killed 90 percent of the bacteria, the same efficacy as vancomycin, the antibiotic that is used for MRSA.
Date posted: 17/08/2020
The phrase waking up on the wrong side of the bed exists for a reason. What happens in the first couple of hours each morning can set the tone for the rest of the day. Prioritizing a morning gut health routine can be especially important for both mental and physical well-being on a daily basis.
Source: Mind Body Green
Date posted: 16/08/2020
Our bodies are fighting off environmental toxins and stressors daily. It’s is important we give our bodies the weapons (anti-oxidants) to protect our bodies from cell damage and diminishing health as a result of this damage. Master anti-oxidant Glutathione (GSH), maintains anti-oxidants like Vitamins C and E, and even CoQ10. GSH acts as a security guard, disarming free radicals before they are able to cause damage to our cells.
Source: Living Traditionally
Date posted: 14/08/2020
Turmeric (Curcuma Longa), most commonly known as the spice found in curry, is not only known for its flavor, but for its purported health benefits as well. Its active compound, curcumin, is a popular and well-known anti-inflammatory supplement
Date posted: 12/08/2020
New research continues to make the case for sugar’s role in depression. University of Kansas clinical psychologists theorize in the journal Medical Hypotheses that added dietary sugars can create a depressogenic effect by sparking the metabolic, inflammatory, and neurobiological processes tied to depression.
Source: Experience Life
Date posted: 11/08/2020
Inhaling diffused incense is a moderate to low-risk and may be well worth it to those who suffer from their stressful conditions. Recently a team of researchers from Johns Hopkins University and the Hebrew University in Jerusalem did a study to see what the effects were of burning incense. They studied Frankincense to determine why it has psychoactive effects.
Source: The Mind Unleashed
Date posted: 10/08/2020
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