Natural Health Science News The latest news and top resources on natural health.

Eczema

PhellinusLinteus Mushroom to Fight Eczema

Posted January 22, 2014

Eczema is known to be a bothersome inflammation of the skin that leads to itching. It usually affects the legs and the arms. Generally speaking, it affects about 3% of the population. The conventional treatment methods include drug therapy, topical creams, and other medication. In some cases it is not possible to use conventional treatments and so you might want to know about the phellinuslinteus mushroom.

Read More

L. rhamnosus probiotic shows long-lasting anti-eczema benefits for kids: RCT

Posted September 8, 2013

Daily supplements containing the probiotic Lactobacillus rhamnosus HN001 strain may reduce the incidence of eczema and skin sensitivity in children, according to data from a double-blind randomized placebo-controlled trial.

Read More

Treat Eczema Naturally, What Works and What Doesn’t

Posted May 2, 2013

Parents of children with eczema often scratch their heads as their kids scratch themselves, because they want an effective yet safe way to treat this skin condition. You can treat eczema naturally and successfully, but you need to know what works and what doesn’t.

Read More

Eczema Natural Treatment Tips

Posted March 10, 2013

Eczema makes the life of a lot of people miserable. Sometimes the doctors prescribe a steroidal lotion, but that doesn’t always work, so people may be looking for eczema natural treatment tips. There is a lot you can do to make your skin condition better.

Read More

The best home remedies for eczema

Posted June 26, 2012

Eczema is an irritating skin disease that ranges from chronic, itchy minor rashes to raging acute eczema flare-ups with open, oozing sores that require bandaging.

Read More

Low vitamin E levels linked to increased cognitive impairment in elderly

Posted April 30, 2012

Carotech, the largest and only GMP-certified full spectrum palm tocotrienol complex producer, is excited to share the latest human study that shows low plasma levels of mixed tocotrienols and tocopherols (full spectrum vitamin E) is directly linked to increased risk of developing mild cognitive impairment (MCI) and Alzheimers disease (AD) in elderly people.

Read More

Gold Kiwifruit May Reduce Symptoms of URTI in the Elderly

Posted April 30, 2012

Study authors investigated whether regular consumption of gold kiwifruit will reduce symptoms of URTI in older people, and determined the effect it has on plasma antioxidants, and markers of oxidative stress, inflammation and immune function.

Read More

Green tea found to reduce disability in the elderly

Posted April 30, 2012

A lot of research has been done over the past several years looking into the health benefits of green tea. As a result, scientists have found that regular consumption of the beverage leads to a reduction in several maladies often associated with aging, such as osteoporosis, stroke and cognitive impairment. But until now, according to the authors of a new study on its benefits, no such studies have been undertaken to determine if regular tea drinking provides other benefits, such as a reduction in functional disabilities.

Read More

B Vitamins could protect cognition in elderly with memory problems

Posted April 30, 2012

Further results from an Oxford University study in 2010 appear to suggest that B vitamins can slow mental decline in some elderly people with mild memory problems (mild cognitive impairment [MCI]). The effect is apparent in participants with high levels of an amino acid, homocysteine, in the blood. But larger trials will be necessary to confirm such a result and determine whether B vitamins can halt progression to Alzheimers in this group.

Read More

Omega-3 may enhance benefits of strength training for the elderly

Posted April 30, 2012

Supplementing a strength training regime with omega-3-rich fish oil may enhance the benefits of the regime, says a new study with 45 elderly women.

Read More
Page 1 of 212