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  • blowing nose allergies
    New research out of Ohio State University in Columbus has found that stress might be responsible for making allergy symptoms even worse.
  • dyeing hair
    According to FASEB Journal, an experimental biology publication, there's a new cream under development called PC-KUS, or pseudocatalase, which reverses gray hair when applied topically.
  • Career Boost? Take Part in a Hobby | Natural Health Blog
    Any type of hobby an individual participates in during free time can have a positive effect on problem solving and working well with others while on the job.
  • forgetful
    Recent studies have found that neural pathways of the brain are affected even in those who are only considered casual users of marijuana.
  • misdiagnosis
    A recent study revealing that one in 20 people receives a wrong diagnosis at an outpatient clinic each year, but the real figure might be far higher.
  • grandmother with grandchild
    Post-menopausal grandmothers who help care for their grandkids have a lower likelihood of developing disorders that affect memory or cognitive ability, such as dementia.
  • man checking for melanoma
    According to new research, taking Viagra appears to almost double your risk of developing melanoma--even if you only take it once in your life.
  • 4/19/2014
    Dove (the makers of the "beauty bar" soap) recently recruited female volunteers to participate in a blind studyabout how they viewed themselves, particularly physically.
  • Women who frequently indulge in diet beverages may face an increased risk of heart disease and potentially death.
    Those women who consume diet sodas daily have a substantially greater likelihood of experiencing a cardiovascular event and are also more likely to die from the occurrence.
  • 4/15/2014
    A new study has found that people who are overweight and have hypertension might be able to improve their blood pressure levels by consuming more watermelon.
  • 4/12/2014
    Despite a recent study, until a verdict can be reached more conclusively, it is probably safer for the majority of us to forgo marathon training in favor of less rigorous and extreme forms of activity.
  • 4/10/2014
    Gilead Sciences, headquartered in California, has developed a highly effective medication for treating hepatitis C called Sovaldi. but it comes with a $1000 per pill price tag.
  • 4/8/2014
    Studies have found that eating small meals every few hours have no substantial effect on weight loss and offer absolutely no benefit over eating larger meals twice a day.
  • 4/5/2014
    A recent study found that individuals who have a genetically increased risk of becoming obese put on more pounds after indulging in fried foods than did their peers without those genes.
  • 4/3/2014
    There are some new smart phone apps on the market specifically designed to alleviate mental health problems, and evidence indicates that they work.
  • 4/1/2014
    New research has found that head lice in North America have become resistant to the standard over-the-counter products that used to exterminate them quickly.
  • 3/29/2014
    Proposed new guidelines would have 87 percent of all men between the ages of 60-75 on statins, and 53 percent of all women in the same age group.
  • 3/27/2014
    Most everyone is familiar with the five-second rule: the understanding that any food that has fallen on the floor is acceptable to consume as long as you pick it up within five seconds.
  • 3/25/2014
    aving excess weight around the midsection has been linked with serious disease, even in those with a normal body mass index.
  • 3/22/2014
    The FDA will be accepting comments on proposed changes to the Nutrition Facts label for the next 90 days. These are the first changes in 20 years and carry a new emphasis on calories and sugar.
  • 3/20/2014
    A new study has established a link between having a television in the bedroom and heavier children.
  • angry man
    A study conducted at the Harvard School of Public Health in Boston, Massachusetts found that a flare up of temper may raise the risk of experiencing a heart attack or stroke.
  • Synthetics in Your Food | Natural Health Blog
    Hundreds of foods available on your supermarket shelves may use a chemical called azodicarbonamide, which is also used in the manufacture of plastics, as an ingredient.
  • 3/13/2014
    According to a new study, former college athletes are far more likely than the rest of us to end up with lifelong disabilities or chronic health conditions that interfere with daily functioning.
  • acetaminophen and preganancy
    A new study as concluded that when a mother-to-be takes acetaminophen, the baby she is carrying faces a greater risk of having ADHD a few years later.