Six Remedies to Help Combat Your Allergies

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Allergy season is thankfully slipping away. While the memory is fresh, take charge of next year’s misery by testing the waters these with six homeopathic remedies for ragweed and hay fever.

1. Dulcamara
Solanum dulcamara, a.k.a. “bittersweet,” is a herb that’s good for those whose allergies cause them to feel chills, react strongly to damp conditions, experience aches and pains, and even have some anxious symptoms. Continue reading

Your Brain on Vacation: 11 Proven Benefits of Taking Time Off

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Your brain works hard every day, regulating your breathing, controlling your heart rate, helping you shout answers at the TV while “Jeopardy” is on. Isn’t it time you gave it a rest? Sure, you could zone out for a few minutes and take a so-called “brain vacation,” but then you risk making all your other organs jealous. Allow us to give you the incentive Continue reading

Diet Rich in Fish Oil and Protein May Help Combat ADHD

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In the past few decades, there have been a growing number of children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than 9 percent of children between the ages of 4 and 17 have been diagnosed with the disease. Continue reading

This Rice Could Combat Cholesterol

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Red yeast rice is a part of Chinese cuisine (food coloring for Peking duck) as well as a medicinal agent. It is prepared by using a type of yeast, “Manascus purpureus,” fermented with rice, which was first recorded as being used during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). It also carries some excellent possibilities for lowering cholesterol. Continue reading

Acts of Kindness May Combat Depression

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There are many depression medications on the market, but they tend to produce unwanted side effects. A new study has found that doing positive activities may potentially ease depression symptoms for patients who are not responding to pharmaceutical treatments or who would rather avoid medications altogether.

The research discovered that spending time thinking about the good things in life and performing acts of kindness can help a depressed person feel better. This is based on years of scientific investigations into the difference between happy people and depressed ones.
“Over the last several decades, social psychology studies of flourishing individuals who are happy, optimistic and grateful have produced a lot of new information about the benefits  Continue reading