For thousands of years, the mushroom known as Cordyceps has been used in traditional Chinese medicine to treat problems ranging from coughs and fatigue to impotence and cancer.
A recent survey of doctors from the U.S. finds that nearly two out of three believe it is permissible to use placebos, and one out of two U.S. doctors prescribe placebos to their patients.
testing over 500 patients, I found that 94.7% of my patients are deficient in inorganic iodine. Dr. David Brownstein
A man who was partially blinded after intervening in a fight has had his vision restored by a new stem-cell therapy.
A little-known soy protein known as lunasin could become a novel nutritional cancer treatment, according to research carried out at the University of Illinois.
A small Canadian community's success with curing cancer naturally was recently crushed, forcing its provider into exile in Europe. Rick Thompson had discovered a cure for himself and then had shared it at no cost with others in the small rural town of Maccan, Nova Scotia.
The American College of Physicians (ACP) issued a new policy statement last week endorsing medical marijuana use.
Researchers have reported over the past year that nuts offer a wide range of health benefits
A Brazilian berry popular in health food contains antioxidants that destroyed cultured human cancer cells in a recent University of Florida study, one of the first to investigate the fruit’s purported benefits.
A drug used for arthritis can reverse the symptoms of Alzheimer's "in minutes".