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According to research published in JAMA Internal Medicine, consuming soda, both naturally and artificially sweetened, is linked to a higher risk death by many causes. In the study, participants who drank a minimum of two glasses of soda per day...
Superfood of the Week: The Fig Figs are a pretty popular fruit all around the world. They're soft and sweet with a skin that's either green or purple. Not only are the nutritious, they're also very tasty.    Over the years, people...
The first weeks after giving birth are essential for a mother's recovery process. Nutrition is one of the important factors in a mother's healing process. Mothers who breastfeed need nutrients even more so, as everything a mother takes in...
Nowadays, it seems like everyone knows someone who's following a "plant-based" diet. But is this meat-alternative protocol just a trendy fad, or is it really better for your health? What is a plant-based diet? A plant-based diet consists only of foods...
A new study in the International Journal of Cancer revealed that there may be a link between permanent hair dye and breast cancer. Medical records revealed a correlation between the two in more than 45,000 women, particularly black women. The study doesn’t...
Alternative health methods are very popular these days. People are becoming more and more resistant to traditional treatments and are interested in natural methods of healing. But not all alternative health methods are safe, or even useful. Learn about...
People have been medically treated with silver for centuries. Once thought of us the strongest antimicrobial agent available, silver is now experiencing a resurgence in the alternative health community. How can silver benefit our health? Most alternative healthcare practitioners utilize a...
When cancer develops in the human body, it leads to an uncontrolled growth of a large mass of abnormally-developed cells. In order for the individual to treat the cancer, it’s necessary to kill off those abnormal cells and return...
A new study from Vanderbilt University has shown that consuming enough fiber and yogurt can greatly reduce your risk of developing lung cancer. The study was published in JAMA Oncology. It looked at 1.44 million people from the United States, Europe...
No one wants to think about getting cancer, but if there's a chance you could lower your risk, you may want to start. Studies have shown that the food we eat can play a huge role in our risk...
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