Health Science Research

“14 ways to reduce breast cancer risk” Complementary Medicine Assoc.

Radically reduce your intake of sugar/fructose and processed foods. Optimize your vitamin D3 level. Make intermittent fasting part of your lifestyle. Maintain a healthy body weight. Exercise at least 3 times per week. Get plenty of high-quality animal-based omega-3 fats, such as those from krill oil. Omega-3 deficiency is a common underlying factor for cancer. […]

Bye Bye grey hair

Getting rid of that gray hair without toxic dyes…Researchers in the the FASEB Journal have found that hair grays because of oxidative stressdue to the huge accumulation of hydrogen peroxide in the hair follicles. This causes bleaching from the inside out. So a new treatment using topical UVB-activated compound called PC-KUS (a modified pseudocatalase). For […]

“Bacteria die on cicada wings-new treatment?”

Researchers have found that cicada wing structure able to kill bacteria on contact. Researchers find cicada wing structure able to kill bacteria on contact Below is an enlarged Cicada (P. claripennis) wing surface. Credit: Biophysical Journal, doi:10.1016/j.bpj.2012.12.046 (Phys.org) A combined team of researchers from Spain and Australia believe their research shows the first known occurence […]

“Weight loss ups mobility by 50 %”

From the American College of Rheumatology annual conference in Chicago this week, “Losing a moderate amount of weight can mean big pain relief to sufferers of knee arthritis. 5-10 percent loss of body weight can result in upwards of a 50% increase in mobility and a significant drop in pain levels.” For more information click […]

“Addiction related to brain wiring”

Scientists pinpoint the brain circuitry linked to making healthy or unhealthy choices (Medical Xpress) — What drives addicts to repeatedly choose drugs, alcohol, cigarettes, overeating, gambling or kleptomania, despite the risks involved? Drug Dependence Quiz – Identify substance abuse problems Confidential, free online survey – TurnToHelp.com Neuroscientists at the University of California, Berkeley, have pinpointed […]

“Eating salt -effects brain activity”

In older adults, the higher the sodium consumption and the less physical activity, the more chance the (aging) brain will be negatively effected. The effects of physical activity seem to win out, so that habitual, moderate exercise may essentially ‘immunize’ the brain against adverse effects of higher sodium intake. However, the  more physical activity and […]

“Hope for healing Vitamin D + Cancer”

“This is like the Holy Grail of cancer medicine; vitamin D produced a drop in cancer rates greater than that for quitting smoking, or indeed any other countermeasure in existence.” ~ Dennis Mangan, clinical laboratory scientist The Vitamin D Council, a nonprofit educational corporation based in California, launches their “Vitamin D and Cancer” campaign today, […]

” Biophotons – light that heals”

The Science of Biophotons Healing with light By Johan Boswinkel In the late 1970’s,  biophotons were discovered by the German physicist Fritz-Albert Popp. Biophotons are photons (light particles) that are emitted by living systems. Fritz-Albert Popp discovered that in healthy cells the light emission was coherent (waves with similar direction, amplitude, and phase that are […]

‘Secondhand smoke +early childhood illness”

Homes where children under 12 are exposed to secondhand smoke show an 50% increase in many neurobehavioral and learning and breathing disorders including attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, learning disabilities, and conduct disorders. If you must smoke do not do it around your children. Many childhood diseases are linked to second-hand smoke exposure and smoking in the home, […]

“Vitamin D + Autism symptoms

Vitamin D is not really a vitamin at all – it is a pre-hormone that’s produced in your skin in response to sunlight exposure. As such, it is an integral part of human health and longevity. Dr. Cannell answers reader’s questions and sheds light on some of the latest papers on vitamin D.  On Autism […]