February 2017 - Page 2 of 5 - Health Sciences Institute - Official Site

Under pressure? Try these natural stress-busters

What do you do to help calm yourself down when you’re stressed out? According to some new research, you might want to have a banana. Or maybe a salad with some dandelion greens or perhaps some asparagus! What all those foods (and more) have in common is that they’re considered to be “prebiotics,” which are […]

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When it comes to vitamins, study shows ‘B’ stands for brain

Like clockwork, every few years we can expect the media to publish stories on how vitamins are a waste of our money. Not too long ago, a professor at Johns Hopkins made the most absurd statement ever when he said that the only “evidence” vitamins can help comes from people telling friends “I take this […]

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FDA approves ‘suicide stunner’ of a psoriasis med

If you’ve watched television for more than ten minutes lately, you’ve seen ad after ad promoting drugs for psoriasis. People in these commercials are desperately trying to cover up any signs of the condition, while those who take Big Pharma’s meds are confidently going to yoga class and the hairdresser, and enjoying swimming and walking […]

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The shocking reason for the big rise in liver transplants

When you think of deadly liver diseases, children don’t typically come to mind. But kids, some as young as six, are now in the crosshairs of one of the fastest-growing epidemics seen in modern times. It’s a stealth liver disease called NASH, which spells out nonalcoholic steatohepatitis. And it could land your child on the […]

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Caregivers can find support, even if doctors don’t offer it

If you’re the caregiver for a seriously ill loved one, you have the toughest job imaginable. It not only comes with the anxiety of dealing with a sick family member, but unrelenting stress, sleepless nights and expectations that often go far beyond the call of duty. And often caregivers are given little to no help […]

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Study finds vaccines linked to brain disorders in kids

It’s the biggest hot-button topic there is — children and vaccines. That issue has no doubt been the cause of more arguments and mudslinging by pediatricians — and between friends, parents and grandparents — than anything else, ever. But the ones who are at the biggest risk of attack are the scientists and doctors who […]

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Study confirms an easy, natural way to fight asthma

Just last month I told you about some amazing research that discovered omega-3 fatty acids may be better than drugs at lowering your risk of heart disease. And not too long ago, we were told how these fatty acids could even nip rheumatoid arthritis in the bud! But apparently, that’s not all they can do. […]

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