Eight essential oils for sunburn
Too much exposure to UV sunlight can overwhelm the body s immune system, resulting in sunburn. Some essential oils contain compounds that reduce the symptoms of sunburn and promote healing.
Medical News Today - Fri. Oct 20
PTSD: Five effective coping strategies
Post-traumatic stress disorder is caused by witnessing or being part of a frightening or shocking event, and it can affect day-to-day life and productivity. In this article, we discuss a few ways that you can keep its symptoms under control.
Medical News Today - Fri. Oct 20
Health benefits of butterbur: Treating migraines and hay fever
Butterbur is a plant extract used in alternative remedies. But what are its health benefits and are there any risks involved in using it
Medical News Today - Mon. Oct 16
Kombucha: Eight potential health benefits
Kombucha is a sweet, fizzy drink made of yeast, sugar, and fermented tea. It has a number of potential health benefits, including gut health and liver function.
Medical News Today - Fri. Oct 13
Nine health benefits of turmeric tea
Turmeric is a popular spice made from the rhizome or root of the Curcuma longa plant.
Medical News Today - Fri. Oct 13
Benefits of fennel tea
In the Middle Ages, on Midsummer s night, people hung fennel over doorways to protect the household from evil spirits.
Medical News Today - Fri. Oct 13
How to get rid of old scars: Four home remedies
If the skin becomes injured, it will form a protein known as collagen to repair the wound. This healing process occurs anytime the skin is cut, burned, or damaged from a disease or condition, such as acne or chickenpox.
Medical News Today - Fri. Oct 13
Could tai chi encourage more patients to take up cardiac rehab?
Preliminary research suggests that tai chi, with its slow, gentle approach, might offer a safe and attractive option for patients who do not take up conventional cardiac rehabilitation.
Medical News Today - Fri. Oct 13
Don't dispense of cannabis dispensaries, caution UBC researchers
UBC researchers are cautioning policy makers not to alter a cannabis distribution system that -- while not legal yet -- works well. Associate professor Zach Walsh, who teaches psychology at UBC s Okanagan campus, and PhD candidate Rielle Capler, say store-front dispensaries--often under fire by law enforcement and city governments--are a tried and true method of selling cannabis. The pair recently published a study on medicinal cannabis dispensaries and de ...
EurekAlert - Fri. Oct 13
Early stages of antibacterial damage of metallic nanoparticles by TEM and STEM...
The virulence of pathogens is considered an important health care problem due to their resistance against conventional antibiotics. The recent challenge for researchers involves the design of functional alternatives such as nanomaterials, used as antibacterial agents. Recently, metallic nanoparticles NPs have demonstrated high bacteriostatic and bactericidal properties associated with the increase of surface area to volume ratio, enhancing their physical a ...
EurekAlert - Fri. Oct 13
Rhodiola rosea: Benefits, side effects, and dosage
Rhodiola rosea is a flowering herb that grows in cold, high-altitude regions of Europe and Asia. Other names for it include arctic root, golden root, king s crown, and rose root.
Medical News Today - Sat. Oct 7
Soap for psoriasis: All you need to know
Using the right soap for psoriasis can prevent further irritation, help the patches heal more quickly, and possibly even treat psoriasis.
Medical News Today - Fri. Oct 6