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How Does Your Consciousness Make Everything Real?
November 17, 2017  | Consciousness  | J.Richardson
Does reality exist without us? Physicists have found it maddeningly difficult to write the observer out of quantum theory. Now some are contemplating a mind-boggling alternative: that a coherent description of reality, with all its quantum quirks, can arise from nothing more than random subjective experiences.


75 Percent of Reishi Supplements Don't Actually Contain Reishi Mushroom
November 16, 2017  | Antioxidants  | M.Chan
Only a quarter of 19 supplement products labeled as Reishi mushroom purchased in the U.S. could be verified as genuine Reishi mushroom, says a new study that highlights quality issues in the category.


Yerba Mate Enhances Cellular Energy and Metabolism
November 14, 2017  | Antioxidants  | J.Battaglia
In South America, Yerba Mate has been grown and taken medicinally for centuries. Researchers have shown that use of the herb over an extended period had significant effects on body weight and weight gain and was associated with lower levels of blood lipids and insulin in obese mice fed a high-fat diet.


Ingredient In Cow's Milk Primary Causal Trigger of Type I Diabetes
November 13, 2017  | Diabetes  | M.Andrade
An ingredient in cow's milk has now been identified as a type 1 diabetes trigger in those with genetic risk factors, but researchers say they have been frustrated in efforts to make the findings available to the wider public.


The Anti-aging Potential of Mushrooms
November 10, 2017  | Aging  | A.McCarthy
Mushrooms may contain unusually high amounts of two antioxidants that some scientists suggest could help fight aging and bolster health, according to a team of Penn State researchers.


Hearing Opinions Spoken Aloud Humanizes Person Behind It
November 7, 2017  | Healing  | A.McCarthy
Specific aspects of speech, such as intonation and frequent pauses, may serve as cues that humanize the people who are speaking, making them seem more intellectual and emotionally warm than those whose opinions are written.


Massage Increases Regrowth of Muscle Tissue
November 3, 2017  | HumanBody  | J.Battaglia
Massage has been found to increase the regrowth of muscle tissue after an injury -- even when applied to the opposite, uninjured limb -- according to researchers from Colorado State University and the University of Kentucky.


Ashwagandha Root Supports Thyroid Hormone Levels
October 31, 2017  | Hormones  | M.Chan
Ashwagandha has been used as an herbal remedy for hundreds of years to help the body deal with stress. Extracts from Ashwagandha root helps normalize levels of serum thyroid hormones, suggests a new pilot study from India.


How Tart Cherry Juice Increases The Quality Of Your Sleep Time
October 30, 2017  | Sleep  | A.McCarthy
Along with providing the fruit's bright red color, the antioxidant compounds in tart cherries -- called anthocyanins -- have been specifically linked to high antioxidant capacity and reduced inflammation, at levels comparable to some well-known pain medications. Tart cherry juice was found to help extend sleep time by 84 minutes among study participants according to a new pilot study published in American Journal of Therapeutics.


5 Types Of Dry Coughs And How To Treat Them Naturally
October 27, 2017  | NaturalLiving  | J.Summerly
Coughs are one of the most common complaints seen by doctors and exact causes are only found for less than 50 percent of conditions. Coughs are mainly a protective reflex to remove foreign bodies, mucus or irritants and a primary respiratory reflex for inflammation. Knowing which type of cough is ailing you is the first step in addressing a solution. Here are 5 types of common dry coughs, their symptoms and how to treat them naturally.


Healthy 90 Year-Olds Have The Same Gut Bacteria As 30 Year-Olds
October 26, 2017  | HumanBody  | K.Foster
In one of the largest microbiota studies conducted in humans, scientists have shown a potential link between healthy aging and a healthy gut -- finding that the overall microbiome composition of healthy elderly people was similar to that of people decades younger, and that the gut microbiota differed little between individuals from the ages of 30 to over 100.




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