Public health edicts coming from the state, county and corporate levels have focused strictly on controlling human interaction, with mandates for people to cover their mouth and nose. What if these same authorities decided to empower the people with solutions that halt infection, instead of holding human movement, behavior and breath captive indefinitely? What if the states and counties enacted Vitamin D mandates and encouraged the population to do something for their own immune system to mitigate viral attachment, to limit viral load and to halt viral replication? A new study shows sufficient vitamin D levels lower the positivity rate for covid-19. Continue reading
Vitamin D, the so-called “sunshine” vitamin, is most recognized for its role in bone formation and calcium absorption. But recent studies on this essential micronutrient are starting to shed light on its potential role in mental health.
People develop a cough all the time. It can be caused by a particularly bad allergic reaction, a viral infection like a cold or the flue, respiratory infections like pneumonia or bronchitis or it could be due to certain medications, such as those that supposedly help treat high blood pressure. Whatever the reason, coughs are usually not a big problem. However, if they are persistent, they can be difficult to live with, especially if it’s interfering with a person’s ability to get a good night’s rest. But before you reach for a bottle of cough syrup, you should know that drinking pineapple juice has been found to be a better remedy. Continue reading
Hypothyroidism is a condition wherein the thyroid glands do not produce enough hormones to sustain metabolic functions. As a result, people with this condition may experience a wide array of symptoms like fatigue, constipation, aches and pains, and depression. While this disease can affect both sexes, it is especially common in women and is normally treated with hormone replacement medication. However, this treatment is not without side effects — especially if the patient misses a pill. Forgetting a dose may wreak havoc to the body and produce more symptoms. Continue reading
More than 12% of men and about 7% of women will have to deal with kidney stones at some point in their lives. Once you have suffered through them, statistics say you’re more likely to have them again. Statistics say they’ve got an 80% chance of recurrence.
Kidney stones have a tendency to open people’s minds Continue reading
Food versus medicine is a battle that’s been waged for decades or more, but it’s been picking up in the last number of years. People like you are looking for alternative, safe treatments to health conditions without having to rely on the unknowns of pharmaceuticals.
In many cases we’ve seen natural remedies provide the same results, Continue reading
The news blackout and disinformation campaign of natural cures has been so effective since WWII that Continue reading
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