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Cow’s Milk- Decreasing your body’s ability to absorb thyroid hormone medication

11 October 2017

Are you diagnosed or know someone with an under-active thyroid? A recent preliminary study finds that ingesting the common oral…

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Without a cure on the horizon, are Herpes sufferers missing out on BHT (butylated hydroxytoluene)?

25 July 2017

According to the World Health Organisation (Jan 2017); an estimated 3.7 billion people under the age of 50 (60%) worldwide…

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Can Broccoli Extracts Significantly Reduce Blood Sugar in Diabetics?

19 June 2017

Doctors could soon be prescribing broccoli; a supplement containing concentrated broccoli extract could prove to be essential to those suffering…

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Are pigs brain cells the answer to those with Parkinson’s?

14 June 2017

Living Cell Technologies, based in Aukland New Zealand have been developing a procedure that uses cells from the choroid plexus…

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Binge-Eating Neurons Identified

1 June 2017

Study finds inducing activity in the zona incerta portion of the brain, prompts mice to gorge themselves. Yale University neuroscientists…

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How to Tell a Persons “Brain Age”

31 May 2017

In recent years, scientists have delved into molecular depths of the human body and discovered the bio-markers of aging, some…

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Could a vitamin D deficiency be causing chronic headaches?

23 May 2017

A research paper published on May 3, 2017 in the journal of head and face pain, managed a control study….

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Crucial step discovered in DNA repair, cellular aging

22 May 2017

Research led by scientists at the Harvard Medical School, have revealed a crucial step in a molecular chain of events…

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Does exercise help to improve your memory?

29 November 2016

Does exercise help to improve your memory? Research suggests that exercise can boost cognitive function. This may be because exercise…

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What causes overeating?

29 November 2016

What causes overeating? Obesity is a health risk in many parts of the world and one third of Americans are…

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