Increasing calcium consumption both through food and supplements does not reduce the risk of fracture at all. Instead, the related risks of calcium overload have been confirmed.
New research confirms inositol action on depression, diabetes and polycystic ovaries. Not bad for a natural substance considered by some as only a mere detoxifier.
The numerical growth of diabetics and of those who do not treat their condition properly increases the need of costly unexpected therapies, which can throw any healthcare system into bankruptcy.
The recent Ebola outbreak in Africa has monopolized the media headlines in the last few weeks, generating great worries worldwide. What people probably do not know is the historical self-limiting trend of this and other types of infectious epidemics, as well as the simple, but effective measures that should be taken to strengthen our immune system.
A correct and balanced composition of the intestinal microflora has been shown to play a role in regulating blood pressure, thus conferring a novel and striking role to probiotics.
Recent papers confirm the activity of the mind in affecting telomerase activity. Mind and consciousness can change the course of an illness.
The animated discussion around vaccinations often lacks proper scientific grounds, which are instead needed to support an informed, free and conscious decision by every individual.
Matching the number of hours that your body requires for a good night sleep is not a loss of time, but it is actually the most natural and enjoyable way to remain fit and slim.