Black cumin seeds found to help shrink kidney stones

Black cumin seeds found to help shrink kidney stones

The researchers noted that the decrease in the size of kidney stones was much greater in the first group who took the black cumin seed capsules.The researchers also noted that the reduction in kidney stone size after the study was more significant in the black cumin seed group than the placebo group.

Vitamin K could offer protection against severe COVID-19, study shows

Vitamin K could offer protection against severe COVID-19, study shows

This fat-soluble vitamin is already well-known for its role in blood clotting, and that’s why it could have a protective effect against COVID-19 given the virus’s ability to cause blood clotting degradation of elastic fibers in the lungs.

'No extra cancer risk from mobiles'

'No extra cancer risk from mobiles'

More than a decade's use of mobile phones does not increase the risk of brain cancer, according to one of the largest studies yet conducted into the link.

Thousands of London teenagers recruited to study how mobile phones affect their brains

Thousands of London teenagers recruited to study how mobile phones affect their brains

Professor Paul Elliott, director of Imperial’s Centre for Environment and Health, said it was important to strengthen the evidence base on mobile phone safety, in order to give better advice to parents and children.“Scientific evidence available to date is reassuring and shows no association between exposure to radio frequency waves from mobile phone use and brain cancer in adults in the short term.

People who are obsessed with celebrities tend to score lower on measures of cognitive ability

People who are obsessed with celebrities tend to score lower on measures of cognitive ability

Even after controlling for demographic and socioeconomic variables, the researchers found that high scores on the Celebrity Attitude Scale were associated with lower performance on the two cognitive ability tests.

Study: Exercise could be a “safer and quicker” treatment option for anxiety

Study: Exercise could be a “safer and quicker” treatment option for anxiety

There is no cure-all for the anxious thoughts and feelings related to this condition, but one study has shown that exercising regularly for at least three months can significantly reduce anxiety levels among patients.People who trained at a lower intensity were 3.62 times more likely to reduce their anxiety symptoms.

Japanese scientists discover new benefits of fasting

Japanese scientists discover new benefits of fasting

The team did not include any obese participant in the study, as obesity is known to change markers during fasting.

Study Shows Multivitamin Use, But Not Cocoa, Prevents Cognitive Decline

Study Shows Multivitamin Use, But Not Cocoa, Prevents Cognitive Decline

A news article crossed my desk recently that shows that a simple, inexpensive and preventative approach to health shows clear benefits in reducing the risk of cognitive decline and dementia—taking a daily multivitamin-mineral (MVM) supplement.

19 Ways to Prevent and Treat Colds and Flu

19 Ways to Prevent and Treat Colds and Flu

Numerous follow-up studies of copper’s antiviral properties indicate copper surfaces could be an effective means of reducing the spread of colds and flu — and even superbug bacteria such as MRSA — if this prevention tactic were widely adopted.

Intermittent fasting helps reduce inflammation, scientists find

Intermittent fasting helps reduce inflammation, scientists find

Researchers from the Intermountain Healthcare Heart Institute concluded that intermittent fasting can increase the levels of galectin-3, a protein said to be involved in the regulation of inflammatory responses.

STUDY: Natural covid antibodies last at least a year after infection

STUDY: Natural covid antibodies last at least a year after infection

Another study published in the journal Nature Medicine also found that neutralizing antibodies provide lasting protection against the Chinese Virus, while vaccines do not.“Despite the robust and lasting protection after an infection, CCP virus vaccine mandates in the United States offer no exemptions based on acquired immunity,” reported The Epoch Times .

Changes to menstrual cycle after Covid vaccination should be investigated, says expert

Changes to menstrual cycle after Covid vaccination should be investigated, says expert

The MHRA states that its data does not support a link between changes to periods and Covid vaccines, as the number of reports is low compared with the number of people vaccinated and the prevalence of menstrual disorders overall.

Stop lighting up the night. It's hurting bugs and bats—the pollinators

Stop lighting up the night. It's hurting bugs and bats—the pollinators

Researchers from the United Kingdom Centre for Ecology & Hydrology in Wallingford; the School of Natural and Environmental Sciences at Newcastle University; and the Butterfly Conservation set out to see whether artificial light is disrupting the behavior of individual insects or actually reducing the overall number of pollinators and insects.

Drink HRW Reports on Start of Large-Scale Randomized Controlled Trial and Preliminary Findings from Pilot Trial on the Reduction in Complications from COVID-19

Drink HRW Reports on Start of Large-Scale Randomized Controlled Trial and Preliminary Findings from Pilot Trial on the Reduction in Complications from COVID-19

In addition to the French study, a team from the University of Novi Sad in Serbia has also reported promising preliminary findings from a small pilot trial administering Drink HRW tablets to patients hospitalized from COVID-19.

New study shows potential dangers of artificial sweeteners

New study shows potential dangers of artificial sweeteners

Previous studies have shown that artificial sweeteners can change the number and type of bacteria in the gut, but this new molecular research, led by academics from Anglia Ruskin University (ARU), has demonstrated that sweeteners can also make the bacteria pathogenic.

Use antioxidant-rich neem oil to address skin conditions like acne and eczema

Use antioxidant-rich neem oil to address skin conditions like acne and eczema

Use antioxidant-rich neem oil to address skin conditions like acne and eczema.You can try using neem oil to address skin conditions like infections and acne.

Covid-19 is no random killer, study finds

Covid-19 is no random killer, study finds

Only people who have one of four chronic health problems is likely to die from the virus, a major new study has confirmed.People with more than one of the chronic problems were the most likely to need emergency care.

What can retailers say about how vitamin D works against COVID-19?

What can retailers say about how vitamin D works against COVID-19?

In a study in Spain, researchers provided COVID-19 patients on the day of admission to the hospital with about 20,000 IU vitamin D, then 10,000 IU on days three and seven, and then weekly until discharge or admission to the intensive care unit.

The Vaccine Connection to death on the Rock

The Vaccine Connection to death on the Rock

In an open letter to the UK Vaccine Minister and Health Secretary in February, the UK Medical Freedom Alliance cited Office for National Statistics data showing that UK weekly care home deaths tripled in the two weeks of January 8-22, when there was a massive increase in Covid jabs.

Isotretinoin (13- Cis-Retinoic Acid) Versus Spike Protein Based Vaccine for Providing Complete Protection Against COVID-19 and Preventing the Expected Long Term Serious Side Effects Which May Caused b

Isotretinoin (13- Cis-Retinoic Acid) Versus Spike Protein Based Vaccine for Providing Complete Protection Against COVID-19 and Preventing the Expected Long Term Serious Side Effects Which May Caused b

.Therefore, we use existing and emerging evidence to propose a testable hypothesis that spike protein based Vaccines which will lead to high expression of spike protein by different human cells expected to initiate Autoantibodies and T cells to ACE2 after a period of repeated vaccination .

Glasses-wearers up to three times less likely to catch coronavirus, study suggests

Glasses-wearers up to three times less likely to catch coronavirus, study suggests

However, researchers in India say people who wear glasses rub their eyes less and are therefore at less risk of contracting Covid-19 .In a non-peer reviewed study published on the website medRxiv, the researchers studied 304 people (223 male and 81 female) at a hospital in northern India over two weeks last summer.

Study panned regarding effects of vitamin C and zinc on COVID-19

Study panned regarding effects of vitamin C and zinc on COVID-19

“This kind of misapplication of a poorly conducted study has the potential effect of dissuading other serious researchers from investigating the potential of a wide range of supplements, such as vitamin C, vitamin D, zinc, melatonin and others, for their ability to support immune function and resistance to respiratory infections, including COVID-19.”.

Study finds childhood diet has lifelong impact

Study finds childhood diet has lifelong impact

"We studied mice, but the effect we observed is equivalent to kids having a Western diet, high in fat and sugar and their gut microbiome still being affected up to six years after puberty," explained UCR evolutionary physiologist Theodore Garland.

Study: Mediterranean diet might slow prostate cancer growth

Study: Mediterranean diet might slow prostate cancer growth

However, a new study from MD Anderson Cancer Center at the University of Texas has found that men who follow the dietary principles of the Mediterranean diet could reduce the risk of their prostate cancer worsening as they age.

Covid-19 RCT: Honey and black cumin seed help speed up recovery in Covid-19 patients

Covid-19 RCT: Honey and black cumin seed help speed up recovery in Covid-19 patients

Treatment with honey and Nigella sativa (also known as black cumin) was found to alleviate Covid-19 symptoms within six days, compared to 13 days in the control group.

NHS mental health hospital ‘failed to act after two patient deaths’

NHS mental health hospital ‘failed to act after two patient deaths’

In a damning report, the Care Quality Commission said that North Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust had failed to respond to warnings issued over five years about ligature points on its acute wards, despite repeated assurances that it was acting on the concerns.

Magnesium combined with vitamin B6 has a better effect on severe stress than magnesium supplements alone

Magnesium combined with vitamin B6 has a better effect on severe stress than magnesium supplements alone

Now, a team of French scientists has carried out a randomized study showing for the first time ever that a combination of magnesium and vitamin B6 administered to people with severe stress and magnesium deficiency works better than magnesium supplementation alone.

Belgian researchers link vitamin D deficiency to serious cases of Covid-19

Belgian researchers link vitamin D deficiency to serious cases of Covid-19

Previous studies on its immune properties have found that vitamin D deficiency is linked to increased risk of severity of other viral infections, such as HIV.“In the meantime, the clinical biologists of AZ Delta are drawing attention to the avoidance of vitamin D deficiencies as prevention against severe COVID-19,” they said.

Encouraging more people to follow healthier diets can help minimize the environmental impact of food production

Encouraging more people to follow healthier diets can help minimize the environmental impact of food production

Encouraging more people to follow healthier diets can help minimize the environmental impact of food production.Choosing better, more sustainable diets is one of the main ways people can improve their health and help protect the environment.”.

NR Does Not Improve Mitochondrial Function or NAD+ Content in Human Skeletal Muscle After Long-Term Administration

NR Does Not Improve Mitochondrial Function or NAD+ Content in Human Skeletal Muscle After Long-Term Administration

A long-term clinical study from Denmark showed that increased nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD+) content and improved mitochondrial function induced by nicotinamide riboside (NR) supplementation in mouse skeletal muscle does not translate into humans.