Oscillococcinum, the homeopathic solution to the coronavirus threat?

Oscillococcinum, the homeopathic solution to the coronavirus threat?

They were members of the International Scientific Committee for Homeopathic Investigations (ISCHI), whose membership also included two employees of Boiron (the manufacturers of Oscillococcinum®), and whose committee activities ceased in July 2013.

Study: PFAS exposure may cause early menopause in women

Study: PFAS exposure may cause early menopause in women

Exposure to per- and polyfluoroalkyl substance (PFAS) might cause menopause to occur two years earlier, according to a new study published in the Endocrine Society’s Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism.

Children with autistic traits more likely to develop an eating disorder, suggests study

Children with autistic traits more likely to develop an eating disorder, suggests study

Dr Francesca Solmi, of UCL psychiatry department and lead author on the study, said: "We have found that young children with autistic traits at age seven are more likely than their peers to end up developing eating disorder symptoms in adolescence.

Half of UK workers feeling more stressed or anxious during lockdown, study finds

Half of UK workers feeling more stressed or anxious during lockdown, study finds

More than half of UK workers are feeling more anxious or stressed while working from home during lockdown , according to a new poll.More than half (54 per cent) said they would like their employer to give them the option of working from home more often post-lockdown.

Vitamins K1 and K2: What are their unique health benefits?

Vitamins K1 and K2: What are their unique health benefits?

With this in mind, it’s important to learn about the benefits of the different types of vitamin K, so you can pick the foods that are right for your nutritional needs.Vitamin K helps with cardiovascular health by activating a protein that prevents calcium from forming plaque blockages in the arteries.

Coronavirus: Half of health workers experiencing increased levels of stress and trauma

Coronavirus: Half of health workers experiencing increased levels of stress and trauma

Less than a third of healthcare workers felt the government was doing enough to protect their mental health – 43 per cent of those said too little was being done.

The Rockefellers, The Flexner Report, The AMA, and their Effect on Alternative Nutritional (botanical) Medicine

The Rockefellers, The Flexner Report, The AMA, and their Effect on Alternative Nutritional (botanical) Medicine

The Flexner brothers represented the lens that brought both the Rockefeller and the Carnegie fortunes into sharp focus on the unsuspecting and thoroughly vulnerable medical profession.” (He Who Pays The Piper – Creation of the Modern Medical (drug) Establishment; G.

Your itchy skin may indicate a kidney condition; research finds a connection

Your itchy skin may indicate a kidney condition; research finds a connection

The research team said that their findings offer a uniquely international look at how important it is to ask our patients with chronic kidney disease if and how they are affected by pruritus.

Scientists create spray-on bandages that could save lives in remote areas

Scientists create spray-on bandages that could save lives in remote areas

Spray-on bandages could help protect wounds and deliver life-saving drugs in far-flung places where immediate medical care is not available, according to a new study.But now scientists have developed an electrospinning device with a smaller electric field that could safely deposit bandages onto skin, the study states.

High fibre, yogurt consumption could help lower lung cancer risk

High fibre, yogurt consumption could help lower lung cancer risk

Health News — A diet high in fibre and yogurt is associated with a reduced risk for lung cancer, according to a new analysis.Shu suggests the health benefits may be rooted in the prebiotic (nondigestible food that promotes growth of beneficial microorganisms in the intestines) and probiotic properties of both these foods.

Chronic Rhinosinusitis May Soon be Treatable with Medication

Chronic Rhinosinusitis May Soon be Treatable with Medication

CRS is a condition hard to treat with medication.The researchers observed sixty individuals with CRS and nasal polyps.Upon the completion of the study the researchers found 50% of the individuals had a reduction in symptoms.

Natural remedies for the Big C: Can these medicinal herbs from Mauritius help prevent cancer?

Natural remedies for the Big C: Can these medicinal herbs from Mauritius help prevent cancer?

Natural remedies for the Big C: Can these medicinal herbs from Mauritius help prevent cancer?The team, which included researchers from Mauritius, the United Kingdom, and Russia, looked into the curative potential of medicinal plants native to the region.

Kidney issues? Drink more water

Kidney issues? Drink more water

In this study, a team of researchers from The Westmead Institute for Medical Research in Australia looked at whether increasing water intake can slow the progression of polycystic kidney disease.

Dancing can reverse the signs of aging in the brain

Dancing can reverse the signs of aging in the brain

A new study, published in the open-access journal Frontiers in Human Neuroscience , shows that older people who routinely partake in physical exercise can reverse the signs of aging in the brain, and dancing has the most profound effect.

Do tea drinkers have better organised brains?

Do tea drinkers have better organised brains?

“Our results offer the first evidence of positive contribution of tea drinking to brain structure, and suggest that drinking tea regularly has a protective effect against age-related decline in brain organisation,” explained team leader Assistant Professor Feng Lei, who is from the Department of Psychological Medicine at the National University of Singapore (NUS) Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine.

Stay positive, live longer

Stay positive, live longer

When individuals were compared based on their initial levels of optimism, the researchers found that the most optimistic men and women demonstrated, on average, an 11-15% longer lifespan, and had 50-70% greater odds of reaching 85 years old compared to the least optimistic groups.

When it comes to exercise, age is just a number – SHOCKING study shows that even the elderly can benefit from working out

When it comes to exercise, age is just a number – SHOCKING study shows that even the elderly can benefit from working out

Before the current study, no research has taken a life course approach to determine how participation in physical activity throughout the various stages of adulthood may be linked to mortality risk.

World-first trial investigating psilocybin psychotherapy for anorexia commencing in US

World-first trial investigating psilocybin psychotherapy for anorexia commencing in US

The team at the Johns Hopkins Psychedelic Research Unit has been at the forefront of the modern psychedelic science renaissance, exploring the effects, and potential medical uses, of a number of psychoactive compounds including LSD, DMT and MDMA.

Statins are a scam: Learn the secrets of natural heart health with Natural News’ latest book

Statins are a scam: Learn the secrets of natural heart health with Natural News’ latest book

In the latest Natural News book, Prevent & Reverse Heart Disease and Cardio Events , you can learn all about the dietary modifications, lifestyle changes and supplement regimens that can help reduce your risk of developing heart disease — and can even help reverse damage that’s already been done.

Leaky gut? Drinking green tea can help

Leaky gut? Drinking green tea can help

The findings of a recent study also suggest that the consumption of green tea not only helps prevent obesity but also improves gut health to reduce leaky gut.Drink green tea regularly to boost your gut health and lower obesity risk.

Just one slow walk a day could lower risk of early death, study finds

Just one slow walk a day could lower risk of early death, study finds

Research released today suggests you may not need to go to the gym twice a day to get the health benefits of exercise – physical activity of any intensity could make a difference to life expectancy .

Supplementation with myo-inositol found to decrease triglyceride buildup in fructose-induced fatty liver

Supplementation with myo-inositol found to decrease triglyceride buildup in fructose-induced fatty liver

Based on their findings, the researchers concluded that myo-inositol supplementation decreases the expression of fructolytic or lipogenic genes and proteins, as well as TG accumulation in high fructose-induced fatty liver in rats.

Flaxseeds improve gut health and metabolic health, increase production of beneficial fatty acids

Flaxseeds improve gut health and metabolic health, increase production of beneficial fatty acids

The researchers reported that consumption of a high-fat diet without fiber caused mice to have fewer good bacteria and lower levels of beneficial fatty acids. Other health benefits associated with adding flaxseed to high-fat diets included better glucose control and higher levels of short-chain fatty acids (SCFA).

Langenburg Oxygen Water

Langenburg Oxygen Water

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‘We don’t know how well antidepressants work’: Danish study blows lid off flawed medical research

‘We don’t know how well antidepressants work’: Danish study blows lid off flawed medical research

The researchers suggest more in-depth analysis and new and better studies into treatment of depression using so-called active placebos, which mimic side effects to a certain degree to guarantee that studies remain double-blind.

Could AOC Amendment Clear the Way for Medical Cannabis Study?

Could AOC Amendment Clear the Way for Medical Cannabis Study?

As Tom Angell wrote in Forbes, Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) filed legislation on Friday to remove a legal barrier that scientists say makes it unnecessarily difficult for them to study the medical benefits of psychedelic drugs like psilocybin (mushrooms) and MDMA (ecstasy).

Healthy teeth and gums linked to lower liver cancer risk

Healthy teeth and gums linked to lower liver cancer risk

While no significant associations were observed on the risk of the majority gastrointestinal cancers and poor oral health, a substantial link was found for hepatobiliary cancer, the most common form of liver cancer.

Humans evolved to benefit from fermented foods

Humans evolved to benefit from fermented foods

Lead researchers Claudia Stäubert and her team discovered that a metabolite produced by lactic acid bacteria, D-phenyllactic acid, binds strongly to the third HCA receptor, signalling its presence to the immune system.

'Night owls' can change into early risers within a few weeks, study finds

'Night owls' can change into early risers within a few weeks, study finds

Co-author Dr Andrew Bagshaw, from the University of Birmingham’s Centre for Human Brain Health, said: “Having a late sleep pattern puts you at odds with the standard societal days, which can lead to a range of adverse outcomes – from daytime sleepiness to poorer mental wellbeing.

Big Pharma and Organized Crime — They Are More Similar Than You May Think

Big Pharma and Organized Crime — They Are More Similar Than You May Think

As a physician and researcher, Peter C Gøtzsche has firsthand experience with the criminality behind the pharmaceutical industry — and subsequently exposed the massive fraud in “Deadly Medicines and Organized Crime: How Big Pharma Has Corrupted Healthcare.”.