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Don’t Buy Those Pills!: Research Debunking Home Remedies for Colds

Many cold and flu home remedies have been around for generations, so you’ve probably heard a lot about them. Home remedies for the common cold target everything from a sore throat to colds to headaches. But not all home remedies are created equal, and ...

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Why Reducing Stress is Key to Reducing Neck Pain

When you are under stress, your body can experience several unpleasant symptoms. It can range from feeling extremely fatigued and irritable, to different health problems like being susceptible to the common cold. One of the common symptoms of experienc ...

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Low Stomach Acid: How to Heal The Issue You Didn’t Know You Had

Low stomach acid, also called hypochlorhydria, is a condition that a lot of people have. It’s when your stomach doesn’t produce enough hydrochloric acid (HCl), which is needed to break down food and kill pathogens that enter the stomach. As you can ima ...

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All You Need To Know About Animal Antibiotics and Human Health

The Disturbing Link: Animal Antibiotics and Human Health Antibiotics help your body fight against harmful bacteria, but their overuse can cause serious health issues in both humans and animals. The use of these drugs in food production is now adding to ...

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The Benefits of Bananas… and The Risks

Bananas are often overlooked. Although they’re frequently eaten as a snack when you’re in a rush or added to smoothies, they don’t seem to be the type of fruit you get cravings for. But just because they’re convenient and commonplace doesn’t mean they ...

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Immigration And Gut Microbiome: The Hidden Connection

Immigration and Gut Microbiome: How Moving to the USA Affects Your Gut You probably already know that what you eat can affect your gut health. But new research is showing that what you eat, and even where you live, can have a huge effect on your microb ...

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Your CRP Level And Inflammation: Let Your Genes Do The Talking

Recent research published by the American Society of Human Genetics offers some insights into the link between C-reactive protein or CRP level and inflammation. Low-grade inflammation is common in numerous medical conditions and CRP is a chemical marke ...

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Do You Need A Zinc Supplement? Zinc Health Benefits And Dosages

Zinc plays a crucial role in so many metabolic functions and acts as a cofactor for various enzymes. Therefore, the symptoms of zinc deficiency can vary depending on the enzymes and metabolic functions affected. Mild zinc deficiency is quite common but ...

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The Mystery of The Thymus Gland

The Mystery of the Thymus gland The thymus gland protects you long after it's gone. Many people have never heard of this particular gland and for good reason. It begins to disappear around puberty. During its short existence, it plays a significant rol ...

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Could Bile Acid Issues Cause IBS?

Bile is a dark greenish-yellowish-brownish liquid composed of acids, salts, proteins, and other substances. It’s produced and secreted by the liver and stored in the gallbladder. The acid in it, what we’ll refer to as bile acid in this article, is nece ...

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