Can Vitamin C help you see? The answer seems to be "yes". . . . 

Despite the growing evidence, many people still believe that ginkgo only helps memory in elderly people with impaired memories. . . .

This huge Chinese study of women with newly diagnosed breast cancer gives reason to start taking your ginseng now. . . .

This systematic review of studies on herbal solutions for allergies concluded that butterbur is the most researched allergy herb. It also found that it works. . . . 

A meta-analysis that put together the results of twenty-two studies of magnesium and blood pressure found that . . .

Researchers looked at eleven major medical journals, including the Journal of the American Medical Association, Canadian Medical Association Journal, British Medical Journal and the New England Journal of Medicine. They found that the journals who carry the most pharmaceutical ads were significantly more likely to publish articles claiming that natural supplements were unsafe. . . . 

Right now, high school students all over Canada and the States are writing exams. Well, here's a study they may want to study while they study. . . .

A small study fed 300 grams of rice pudding either with or without 6 grams of cinnamon to fourteen people. . . . 

When sixty kids with moderate to severe eczema were given 25mg of probiotics and 475mg of FOS (a prebiotic) twice a day for eight weeks, their eczema got significantly better. . . .

It is not new news that berries are good for you. But this study sheds some light on at least one of the ways they are. Of seventy-two people with risk factors for heart disease, half ate berries equaling 100 grams plus one small glass of berry juice each day. . . . 

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