Month: February 2019

Fight Back Naturally

When Allergies Put the Bite on Pets by Sandra Murphy Springtime doesn’t just mean warmer weather, colorful flowers and greening grass. It also brings seasonal...

The Path to Wealth

How to Make a Dream Come True by May McCarthy Successful professional athletes, musicians and business men and women that have achieved their goals can...

Healing From Genetically Altered Foods

Another Reason to Go Organic by Marlaina Donato Twenty-five years ago, the first genetically modified (GM) crop came to market in the form of a...

Air Care for Kids

Keeping the Homefront Allergy-Free by Avery Mack An allergy is a dramatic overreaction of the immune system to environmental agents that are harmless to most...

Herbs Make Worthy Prebiotics

Ginger, black pepper and holy basil, mainstays in traditional medicines as anti-inflammatories, also contain significant prebiotic potential that could help gut health, report researchers from...

Vegetables and Orange Juice Protect Memory

A Harvard study was conducted of the diets of nearly 28,000 male health professionals spanning two decades between their 50s and 70s and published by...

Rose Hip Reduces Cold Symptoms

During the six months of Denmark’s frigid winter, 107 study volunteers took either two grams of liquid rose hip (marketed as Hyben Vital) or a...

Light Pollution Disturbs Sleep

Being exposed to high levels of artificial outdoor light at night contributes to insomnia and greater use of sleeping pills, reports a new study from...

Pine Bark Soothes Prostate

Benign prostate hypertrophy (BPH), a condition that affects half of men older than 60, is related to increased prostate gland size and a reduced flow...