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‘Good’ bacteria in raw honey could be an alternative to antibiotics

Swedish researchers have identified multiple strains of lactic acid bacteria in raw honey which could fight troublesome MRSA and more


9 September, 2014
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Why pain treatments are less effective for irritable bowel

Immune system defects in people suffering from irritable bowel syndrome could be a major reason why sufferers have ongoing and hard-to-treat pain


21 August, 2014
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How zinc protects against sepsis infection

Zinc controls several immune pathways which help keep infection and inflammation in check, according to new research


4 August, 2014
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Gluten-free diet clears ‘brain fog’ in those with celiac disease

Gluten sensitivity doesn’t just affect the gut, it can affect the brain as well leading to loss of focus and memory; but a change of diet could help


17 June, 2014
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Antibiotics and childhood asthma – is it chicken or egg?

Children treated with antibiotics in the first year of life were more than twice as likely as untreated children to experience severe wheeze or asthma


26 May, 2014
Korean ginseng, also known as Panax ginseng, has immune-stimulating properties against flu and other respiratory infections

Ginseng can prevent and treat influenza

New research evidence shows that Korean (Panax) ginseng can help treat and prevent influenza and and other respiratory infections of the lungs


22 April, 2014
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Not everyone with the flu feels sick, say researchers

Because fewer of us are going to the doctor for flu, we are in danger of overestimating the percentage of people who are severely affected by this seasonal phenomenon


18 March, 2014
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Acupuncture holds promise for treating inflammatory disease

Electroacupuncture has been shown to have an potentially life-saving, anti-inflammatory effect comparable to conventional drugs


25 February, 2014
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Study shows geranium extract inhibits HIV-1

An extract from a species of Geranium, widely used to treat colds, has been shown to disable the HIV virus as well


31 January, 2014
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Fever-reducing medicines help spread the flu virus

Routinely using fever-reducing medication increases the number of flu cases by around 5% annually, say scientists


23 January, 2014
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