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Rosemary displays a powerful anti-anxiety effect, similar to diazepam but without the side effects

More than 500 million people suffer from anxiety worldwide. Because of this very alarming statistic, researchers are focusing on finding treatments for this condition.

Scientists find that eating more berries is a powerful way to avoid diabetes

Diabetes is a chronic illness that affects your body’s ability to metabolize food into energy.

Scientists study the biological potential of the Quercus dilatata

Researchers have discovered that Quercus dilatata (commonly known as the moru oak), a medicinal tree found in the Himalayas, could be used to fight chronic diseases such as cancer and diabetes.

Can We Reduce Wrinkles With Cocoa?

Ayala Laufer-Cahana, M.D., 12/02/2015
The good news keeps on coming. After a large study found that coffee can save your life (well, not really, but coffee drinkers had lower mortality rates), a new study suggests cocoa can make your skin supple and radiant during that long, happy life, brought to you by 3-5 coffee cups a day.

Adults Can Grow New Brain Cells: How Neurogenesis Works

Lecia Bushak, November 24, 2015
For those of you over the age of 25, have no fear when it comes to improving your brain: Evidence shows that neurogenesis, or the brain’s production of new neurons, continues well into adulthood.

Eating chocolate can protect you from heart attacks and strokes

By Lilley: (NaturalNews) Chocolate lovers, rejoice: researchers have found that eating chocolate can have a positive impact on your health. In a study involving nearly 158,000 men and women, they determined that a correlation existed between the consumption of chocolate and a diminished risk of stroke and heart attacks.

Who knew flavonoids from tea, berries and grapes protect against developing diabetes?


Amazingly, among the many thousands of those who are newly diagnosed with diabetes each day, very few realize that this disease can shorten normal lifespans by as much as 10 to 15 years when left unchecked and dramatically lower quality of life as the inevitable complications impair vision, renal health and nerve function. Uninformed individuals tend to view diabetes as a relatively benign illness, because the immediate symptoms are largely silent and medical professionals are quick to prescribe any of a number of worthless pharmaceuticals that have little impact on disease progression and increased risk of an early demise.