Rather than simply blocking out the pain of a headache, it is important to determine the cause. From dietary tips to herbs and aromatherapy, here are some highly regarded natural remedies to consider.
Thanks to antibiotics, we’ve cured and managed previously fatal diseases like HIV, pneumonia, and tuberculosis. But what happens when antibiotic resistant bacteria cases pop up that even the best antibiotics and well-equipped labs can't cure?
The top 11 food types and ingredients to avoid for better health.
The global skin care industry generated $121 billion in 2016. But that money might have been better spent on a little known antioxidant supplement called molecular hydrogen. It's not fancy, but studies show it helps keeps skin better hydrated, elastic, and wrinkle-free.
Your thoughts run deep. Discover how emotion, stress, and anxiety can lead to chronic pain. Then learn how to conquer it.
As more people learn about the risks of eating biotech foods, Monsanto responds to the backlash with a website.
Damiana is an ancient herbal remedy, backed by science, for vaginal dryness, impotence, sexual dysfunction, and hormonal issues.
Salt is an essential element of life. But contrary to popular belief, all salt is not created equal.
It may not be on the menu, but eating a side order of rat excrement or roach fragments is a real possibility when you dine out. Unseen filth can find its way into just about anything from pancakes to tacos. Learn how to counter the ill effects of creepy stuff you wouldn't normally swallow.
While over the counter synthetic lubricants and other popular brands might be effective, they come at a high price that isn’t just dollars and cents, but health risks associated with their use.
Orthorexia is a new term coined for an eating disorder that doesn't have anything to do with a fear of being fat - it's just an obsession with sticking to a particular type of clean eating that limits one's life in detrimental ways. Here are some stories and information on how eating right can go terribly bad.
Doesn't that special Valentine deserve more than a once a year night of desire? Natural aphrodisiacs can help spice up a relationship throughout the year. Here are foods that keep Cupid around well after Feb. 14.