Dry eyes are an increasing problem that causes burning, stinging, and dryness, and can ultimately impair vision. A unique form of omega-3 fatty acids is especially effective at treating dry eyes.
A new study has shown that statins increase the risk of diabetes more than 50 percent in older women.
Studies show that coffee can improve brain function, help you burn fat, improve physical performance, and protect your liver. Now a recent study has shown it can help you live longer, too.
Weight loss surgeries are a “quick fix” that come with hefty side effects, and rarely work in the long run. This six-week protocol can help you reprogram your body so that you can conquer your cravings and lose weight the natural way.
The Environmental Protection Agency has refused to issue a ban on the toxic pesticide chlorpyrifos. This popular agricultural insecticide is especially harmful to developing children.
What if stomach acid isn’t the main culprit behind heartburn at all? Learn how a common mineral deficiency may be what’s causing your problem.
A new study has shown that taking aspirin every day doubles the risk of macular degeneration, a leading cause of blindness. This proves, yet again, that aspirin should never be taken for prevention.
Mammograms are one of the biggest scams in the medical community, with study after study showing that they don’t improve survival. There is a safer, more accurate alternative.
Millions of Americans take proton pump inhibitors for heartburn relief. But new research shows these meds could be setting you up for a deadly infection.
Depression is becoming an epidemic worldwide -- and nobody wants to talk about the real cause. Here’s the problem, and how to lose those blues for good.
Is your doc suggesting that you replace that aching, arthritic knee? Get the facts on this risky surgery before EVER agreeing to go under the knife.
For 40 years, the mainstream has tried to keep a powerful cancer treatment underground. But it could save your life… or the life of someone you love.
If you’re getting up several times a night to pee, you may have been prescribed a common drug for the problem. But this “wonder pill” could send your risk of dementia through the roof. Get the facts!