Finger millet is a crop grown for that's been grown for an estimated 7,000 years, and though it's used mainly in the U.S. as bird seed, its nutritional benefits for humans are plentiful.
Shoulder pain is not only prevalent, it is also persistent and recurrent in nature. Here's how to treat it.
A new study has found that red cabbage microgreens may reduce risk factors for cardiovascular disease and help with weight management.
Is it possible that acupuncture, a well-tolerated natural intervention, can be more effective than the potentially lethal drug, morphine, in relieving pain?
Polyphenols are antioxidants found in the skin of apples which can potentially ward off cancer, according to new research.
If you tend to toss and turn at night due to stress, prepare to add prebiotic foods to your arsenal of insomnia-fighting tools.
A Japanese scientist found the more speckled the banana, the more cancer-fighting chemicals they contain.
In a study performed on burned skin, curcumin proved to rapidly decrease swelling, halt the formation of blisters, prevent infection and reduce redness.
Researchers have found that a Vitamin D deficiency may be to blame for frequent headaches.
Titanium dioxide, a common ingredient found in sunscreens, paints and plastics, is also a food additive lurking in a host of supermarket foods, including everything from bread to chewing gum.