Oregano oil is truly a remarkable little miracle herb. Research studies confirm oregano oil benefits a variety of conditions. But the most impressive use of oregano oil is the ability to fight a variety of infections. Oregano oil is such a powerful home remedy, it may very well be the
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If you become ill, usually you can pinpoint a reason. A stiff, swollen joint, for example, might be due to injury or to a chronic disease like arthritis, while an upset stomach might be due to food poisoning. The causes of depression are harder to pin down. And unfortunately, they
The overwhelming majority of older Americans are likely to experience a decline in at least one of their senses over the years, according to a new study—and many have problems in multiple sensory areas. And because the earlier sensory changes are recognized and treated, the better individuals are able to
Grapefruit No Miracle for Weight Loss
Grapefruit as a weight loss wonder is a bit of an urban legend, and scientific evidence to support it is scarce. A recent systematic review on the topic included three moderate-quality clinical trials with a total of 250 obese men and women. Grapefruit was taken
Ready to Shift?
You don’t have to overhaul your eating habits overnight or give up all of the foods you love to attain good health. Instead, think about making small shifts in your diet or eating pattern to incorporate heathier options. If you make small, positive changes in the way you’re
A New Look at Helicobacter Pylori.
The stomach bacteria helicobacter pylori (H. pylori), found in about two-thirds of the world’s population, can lead to complications such as gastritis, stomach and duodenal ulcers, and stomach and bowel cancer. The infection typically is treated with antibiotics, which also destroy “good” gut bacteria. But
Each year, one in six Americans becomes ill from food contaminated with bacteria, viruses, and other offenders. Foods of all varieties, including meats, dairy, produce, and nuts, may become contaminated by pathogens such as norovirus, salmonella, Campylobacter, E coli, and Staphylococcus aureus.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates
Everyone experiences diarrhea symptoms at some time. They can be due to something you ate or drank, or can result as a common side effect from such conditions as the flu or irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). But before we answer the question of how to stop diarrhea, let’s further explore the