Surprising, right? Not that we advocate continuing to light up, given the proven health risks of cancer and increased risk for heart disease and obesity.
A new study, conducted by the Harefield Hospital in the U.K. and published in the Annals of Thoracic Surgery, reveals that transplanting the lungs of heavy smokers does not have an impact on patient outcomes after surgery.…Read more
Researchers from the U.K.’s University of Lincoln and The University of Nottingham found that patients vaccinated against influenza were less likely to suffer a stroke during the same flu season – as much as 25 percent. Their findings were originally reported in the scientific journal, Vaccine. Four years ago, the same team …Read more
The secret? Glutathione.
Dubbed the “mother of all antioxidants,” glutathione is considered to be a critical, life-giving molecule. Our ability to produce and maintain a high level of glutathione is vital in the improvement of our immune system, the prevention of diseases, the recovery from chronic illnesses, and the …Read more
Is he more openly hostile than ever before, while at the same time more sullen and introverted, cutting himself off from friends and family?
It could be your cat.
That’s right. It may sound unbelievable, but a parasite from your cat might be toying with his brain, altering his personality – or yours, for that matter. …Read more