Look into natural ways to survive cold and flu season is a healthy choice, from drinking enough fluids to washing your hands regularly to stop viruses spread. You can also get help from some natural and delicious foods. One of the effective recipes is prepare soup with carrot, orange and ginger. Continue reading →
Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are a very common health problem. While both men and women get UTIs, women are more prone to them. However, urinary tract infections can also lead to kidney infections and other complications if the bacteria spread to the kidneys or bloodstream. Continue reading →
Kidney stones are relatively common and study indicates their incidence in the United States is increasing in both men and women, but most particularly in women. The reason for this increase is not known, but diet and lifestyle factors for this most probably. Continue reading →
A dog is indeed man’s best friend. Having such as a pet can provide one with joy in numerous ways. However, it cannot be denied that having a dog could also mean problems on the part of the owner. For instance, especially during the summer months, many dog owners would often complain about fleas. Given such, Continue reading →
Apple cider vinegar has been a useful remedy since Egyptian times for pickling their fruits and vegetables. In ancient Green it was useful as a natural medicine combined with honey to cure a wide variety of ailments. Today, the cider vinegar is still useful for those purposes, but it is becoming commonly known for curing colds and the flu and boosting the immune system by providing essential nutrients to the gut. If you are in need of a natural remedy to keep you healthy try the apple cider vinegar one below and see if that cures what ails you.
Persistent coughing, runny nose, stuffed up sinuses, headaches — these are among the many symptoms that can drag you down and leave you feeling helpless to make it through your day and fulfill your responsibilities when you catch a cold virus. But rather than reach for those chemical-laden cough syrups and mind-numbing antihistamines, why not instead Continue reading →
If you have never considered using a natural disinfectant – perhaps you should. Recent studies have shown that 40% of cleansers and disinfectants sold in stores are ineffective against germs and bacteria!
Noroviruses – the viruses responsible for more than half the cases of food poisoning and stomach flu – are only eliminated with bleach-based cleaners.
In the United States, 21 million people are infected every year with noroviruses.
Professor Julie Jean at Université Laval Agriculture and Food Sciences was part Continue reading →
Eczema is known as a chronic dermatological condition that is characterized by skin rashes, dryness, crusting and flaking skin. Research indicates that eczema is caused by chronic inflammation that affects the skin cells and causes scarring. Natural lifestyle strategies allow the body to de-inflame and beat eczema. Continue reading →
If time is a teacher, one thing we know is that apple cider vinegar is good stuff. The Babylonians used it as a tonic in 5000 B.C. so it’s been around for a while. It was also used in ancient Egypt (3000 B.C.) and by Samurai warriors in Japan (1200 B.C.), so it’s grandfathered in – doesn’t need a double-blind study to prove its effectiveness. Continue reading →
Acne is the scourge of adolescence… and for many adults too. Many readers are likely familiar with the more common home remedies for curing acne… tea tree oil, lemon juice, apple cider vinegar and burdock root. However, because acne is such a wide-spread and troubling problem, scientists are continuing to research new natural substances that are effective against this common issue. Both in vitro and human studies conducted over the last four years around the world have uncovered even more natural substances which are effective against acne.
Propionibacterium acnes is the bacteria most frequently linked to acne. This bacteria is almost always present on the skin of adults and adolescents. The bacteria feed off fatty acids found in sebum. If a follicle becomes blocked, the bacteria grow rapidly and secrete substances which break down the skin and form an acne lesion. Continue reading →