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Research Highlights How Keto Diet Is Promising for IBS

The ketogenic diet is similar to other reduced-carb diets used for gut issues, and creates specific molecules similar to short-chain fatty acid. By: Amy Denney Josh...

Fatty Acid Deficiency May Contribute to Bipolar Disorder: Study

By: Cara Michelle Miller What if a simple dietary tweak could help shield against the highs and lows of bipolar disorder? A new study suggests the...

Here’s How to Get Started on an Outdoor Exercise Routine

By: Albert Stumm Between the sweat smell, fluorescent lights and omnipresent television screens, April Herring has never connected with going to the gym. Instead, she runs,...

Kansas AG Kris Kobach Sues Pfizer For Misleading Kansans About COVID Shots

 By Debra Heine ( American Greatness) Kansas Attorney General Kris Kobach announced Monday that he is suing Pfizer for misleading Kansans about its COVID mRNA shots. Kobach...

The Hidden Dangers of Energy Drinks: What You Need to Know About Cardiovascular Health

The Hidden Dangers of Energy Drinks: What You Need to Know About Cardiovascular Health Edited by: TJVNews.com Energy drinks have become a staple for many seeking...

Transformational Leaders Ken Langone & Robert Grossman Announce Retirement from NYU Langone Health

Transformational Leaders Ken Langone & Robert Grossman Announce Retirement from NYU Langone Health Edited by: TJVNews.com In a significant announcement for the healthcare community, Ken Langone,...

Vitamin C: Heals Wounds and Bolsters Immunity, Nearly Half Get Enough

Scurvy may seem like a historical disease, but cases still exist today. Find out what vitamin C does for your body and how to...

Haifa U Inaugurates Medical School to Meet Needs & Strengthen Israel’s North

The Herta and Paul Amir School of Medicine will address Israel’s acute shortage of physicians and equip graduates with a modernized skill set following...

Exercise May Be More Effective Than Antidepressants in Treating Depression

By: Megan Redshaw, J.D. Research suggests exercise may be more effective for treating depression than antidepressant drugs, with dancing far surpassing all other activities and...

Cancer Patients Often Do Better With Less Intensive Treatment, New Research Finds

By: AP Scaling back treatment for three kinds of cancer can make life easier for patients without compromising outcomes, doctors reported at the world’s largest...

Penetrating Brain’s Natural Barrier to Deliver Life-Saving Drugs

By: Ruthie Edelstein More than 400 million people in the world suffer from brain diseases that cannot be treated with modern drugs (biological therapies such...

Glaucoma: Symptoms, Causes, Treatments, and Natural Approaches

Affecting over 3 million Americans, glaucoma is an eye disease that can lead to vision loss or blindness caused by fluid buildup in the...

Matcha Mouthwash Inhibits Bacteria That Cause Periodontitis, New Research Suggests

In two studies, researchers found catechins in mouthwash containing matcha green tea powder inhibit P. gingivalis bacteria that causes periodontitis By: Megan Redshaw, J.D. New research...

PTSD Rates Surge Among College Students: Report

By: Amie Dahnke A new study shows a rise in post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) among American college students. PTSD rates increased by 4.1 percentage points,...

Exercise May Be More Effective Than Antidepressants In Treating Depression

Authored by Megan Redshaw, J.D. via The Epoch Times A paper published in the BMJ found that exercise was moderately effective at treating depression compared...

Cancer Patients Often Do Better With Less Intensive Treatment, New Research Finds

(AP) – Scaling back treatment for three kinds of cancer can make life easier for patients without compromising outcomes, doctors reported at the world’s...

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