Some natural supplements and healthy lifestyle strategies will help the body's immune system against infections and diseases.
A new publication detailed how using spices and herbs can reduce sodium, calorie and fat intake.
Since too much salt intake can lead to high blood pressure, using alternatives in your meals can be healthy. Here are eight options to cook with.
Here are four herbs that apart from adding flavor to the food, up the health quotient of the dishes.
Herbal remedies may treat rheumatoid arthritis, and may be just as good as methotrexate for treating the inflammatory disease.
Teaching people how to replace salt with spices and herbs can reduce salt intake, a new study reported.
Traditional Chinese herbal medicine may be just as effective as western medicine in preventing diabetes, according to a new study.
A new study has linked herbal remedies to upper urinary tract cancers.
Sprinkling a little spice to meals could help people lose weight, according to new research.
For years, there was nothing that any woman could do in order to ease the discomforts of menopause.
A new study has suggested that older women who regularly drink green tea may slightly lower their risks of contracting colon, stomach and throat cancers, when compared to women who do not take the green herb. According to the Canadian study that went on for a duration of 10 years and involved 69,000 Chinese women, women who have green tea at least three times a week reduce their risk of developing cancer of the digestive system by 14 percent. The study has added to the debate of the benefits of the herb, as recent studies have shown that drinking green tea may not be helpful in reducing cancer risk, even though the extracts of the tea are believed to be beneficial.
A new study claims that taking cinnamon could be beneficial for type 2 diabetes patients for the improvement or control of hyperglycemia and dyslipidemia. The small study was led by Pushpanjali Sharma of MGRP PG College in Sodala, Jaipur, India and colleagues.
Most people are familiar or have heard of sexual or physical abuse but have no idea that there is another type of abuse that is less obvious. This is called a financially abusive relationship where you wonder "Is my boyfriend using me financially?"