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This Diet May Save Your Eyesight

Researchers have found that following the Mediterranean diet may reduce the risk by one-third of age-related macular degeneration (AMD), a leading cause of blindness. The high fruit content of the diet was determined to be especially helpful.


Drink This to Lose Weight and Fight Cancer?

Consuming apple cider vinegar (ACV) has multiple health benefits. Here are five health benefits that are backed by scientific research.


10 Things You Didn’t Know Probiotics Were Doing For Your Health

The beneficial bacteria found in probiotics are linked to a variety of health benefits, some may surprise you.


7 Different Coughs and What They Could Mean

A cough is your body’s way of clearing breathing passages, and it often signifies an underlying disease is present. Here are some conditions that produce coughs, the difference in their manifestations and natural approaches for their remediation.


What Cranberry Juice Can Do for Your Ticker

A new study finds that drinking two glasses of cranberry juice each day can improve heart health by lowering one's risk of heart disease and stroke.


How You Should Sleep if You Want to Avoid Memory Problems

A study recently published in The Journal of Neuroscience finds that one sleeping posture in particular that may decrease the risk for Alzheimer’s disease.


9 Reasons You Really Do Need More Vitamin D

Why take extra vitamin D? Let us count the ways---especially around this time of year.


The Truth About Statin Drugs and the Alternatives That Really Work

While Big Pharma likes to call statin side effects rare, many statin users suffer painful side effects that take them by surprise. Now, as more and more dangerous side effects are linked to statin use, many physicians and experts are beginning to question whether or not these side effects are as rare as they were portrayed by the...


Want to Reduce Heart Attack Risk by 80%? Just Sleep More

Getting a good night’s sleep can impact more than your mood, it can also greatly reduce your risk of having a fatal heart attack.


Should You Always Do What Your Doctor Says?

Should you always do what your doctor says? The short answer is no, but the long answer – thanks to the patient engagement movement – is more complicated.