Sunday, November 04, 2018 by: RJ Jhonson Tags: acute inflammation, badhealth, causes of inflammation, chronic inflammation, chronic stress, excessive alcohol, excessive sugar, inflammation, lack of sleep, prevention, pro-inflammatory (Natural News) Inflammation is a good thing in small doses. Only when it goes on for too long does it become a problem, causing a number of symptoms and conditions ranging from pain to heart disease and depression. Certain things you do or experience can actually lead to inflammation – knowing what they are and avoiding them can help you lower your risk of getting sick. Inflammation is part of your body’s immune response. It is an indication that your body is fighting off disease-causing pathogens, is busy repairing damaged tissue, or both. Inflammation, therefore, lets you know that your immune system is functioning as it should. There are two types of inflammation: acute and chronic. Acute inflammation is what happens when you are … [Read more...] about Are you aware of these common causes of chronic inflammation?
Tuesday, October 30, 2018 by: Lance D Johnson Tags: adaptogens, breast milk supply, elderberries, emergency medicine, herbal teas, home preparations, infectious disease, influenza, medical preparations, outbreak, pandemic, pathogens, prepping, prevention, quarantine, respiratory infection, RNA viruses, societal interruptions, Vaccine dangers, vitamin C, vitamin D, zinc (Natural News) A century ago, a pandemic flu swept across the globe, infecting over 500 million people and claiming the lives of 50 million. Researchers believe it is only a matter of time before a pandemic like the 1918 Spanish flu threatens the world once again. Today, a pandemic flu would spread more rapidly, taking advantage of transportation systems that could quickly carry airborne pathogens from one vulnerable population to the next. Today’s indoor work environments confine many people in stale air environments. These closed-off environments never allow fresh air inside people’s lungs and never … [Read more...] about How you can prepare for a pandemic flu TODAY
Saturday, October 27, 2018 by: Jhoanna Robinson Tags: bacteria, cotton underwear, genital care, genitals, hygiene tips, panties, personal care, Sweat, underwear, underwear fabric, women's health, yeast infections (Natural News) Ladies, now hear this out. You may have no idea that this could happen, but really, your underwear can also trigger diseases, which can occur when you don’t use it correctly or fail in selecting the proper material for use. Here are some things that you might practice about your underwear use to avoid infecting your nether regions. Make it a point to wear loose underwear at night time when you are about to sleep. It’s more advisable to go commando when you are sleeping, to avoid restricting your nether regions and overexposing your genitals to underwear that you’ve used all day long. However, if you are uncomfortable with that, you can opt to wear loose underwear to facilitate blood and air circulation in your … [Read more...] about Danger drawers: 6 Common underwear mistakes that can cause health problems
Saturday, October 20, 2018 by: Frances Bloomfield Tags: autoimmune disease, food as medicine, food cures, kidney health, Lupus, nutrients, nutrition, superfoods, supplements, vitamin D, vitamin D deficiency (Natural News) It’s believed that inadequate vitamin D levels can increase one’s susceptibility to disease, and vice versa. The effects of vitamin D on disease are such that many experts have recommended supplementing this vitamin to people suffering from autoimmune disease such as systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE). Curcumin has been endorsed for this purpose as well, owing to its alleged “synergistic nature” with vitamin D. Thus, a team of researchers decided to evaluate the potential impact of vitamin D and curcumin supplementation on lulphus nephritis (LN), an inflammation of the kidney and one of the manifestations of SLE. For the study, 40 patients with SLE were recruited. None of the patients were pregnant or supplementing vitamin D and/or … [Read more...] about Vitamin D and kidney health: Autoimmune diseases often lead to renal failure; increased levels of vitamin D found to improve proteinuria
Wednesday, October 17, 2018 by: Ralph Flores Tags: Amblyomma americanum, badhealth, black-legged tick, Borrelia burgdorferi, Diseases, Lone Star tick, Lyme disease, research, science, tick-borne illnesses (Natural News) One fact that people know about Lyme disease is that ticks cause it. As to which tick causes the condition – which the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports as the most commonly reported vector-based illness in the U.S. – is where the confusion starts. Lyme disease, of which the causative agent is the spirochetal bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi, is known to be transmitted to humans through the black-legged tick. However, with the lone star tick’s recent spread to northern regions, many have also associated it with the spread of Lyme disease. In a paper that was published in the Journal of Medical Entomology, researchers highlighted that lone star ticks – while they carry with them … [Read more...] about Misconception: The black-legged tick, not the lone star, carries the bacteria that cause Lyme disease, according to a review of evidence