New research suggests a new supplement for building bone. And it has the added bonus of improving cholesterol. . . .

People with pre-diabetes are at increased risk of developing diabetes. Previously, we blogged about an astonishing study that showed that curcumin can arrest the progression to diabetes in pre-diabetic people. And now a new study has discovered more help for pre-diabetics. . . .

There are many effective natural treatments for rheumatoid arthritis. But here's one that no one ever talks about and will come as a welcome new surprise. . . .

In a truly astonishing study that should have gotten a lot more attention than it did, curcumin, the active ingredient of the herb turmeric, has been shown to stop cold the progression of prediabetes into diabetes. That means there's a herbal treatment that could stop people at risk of diabetes from becoming diabetic. . . .

For seniors with mild cognitive impairment or the more serious Alzheimer's Disease or dementia, the herb Ginkgo biloba is more effective than anything on the market, including any pharmaceutical. For children with ADHD, ginkgo may not be quite as much the superstar. But emerging evidence is building a case that ginkgo can offer significant help as part of a program for ADHD. . . .

A massive new randomized study adds even more evidence that diets that deliver a lot of vitamin C by being rich in fruits and vegetables are good for you and your heart. . . .

Two new studies have shown that cinnamon can be a safe and effective way for women to help manage the pain of dysmenorrhoea (painful periods). . . .

Viagra (Sildenafil) is a popupular pharmaceutical treatment for erectile dysfunction (ED). It has long been known to have a number of negative side effects. For example, it frequently causes headaches. More importantly, it can cause abnormal hearing and vision, including vision loss that is sometimes permanent. Viagra can also cause cardiovascular events. And now, there's another potentially serious side effect of Viagra. . . .

Health Canada has announced that a new maximum recommended daily dose is being considered for acetaminophen, the pain killing ingredient in such common drugs as Tylenol. Here's five good reasons why Health Canada's on the right track. . . .

Cherries don't get much attention as a health food. We seldom mention them except for a tradition and a single study for treating gout. But yesterday, when we wrote about cherry juice as an immune support for prolonged exercise, we realized that it was the fifth cherry study we'd written about recently. . . .

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