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Exercise is an anti-inflammatory

New research shows that, for those who suffer from chronic inflammatory diseases, moderate exercise – at a level you feel comfortable with – can help reduce inflammation.

16 January, 2017

Australian manuka – another powerful antibacterial honey

New research shows that honey produced from manuka plants in Australia is at least as powerful as its New Zealand cousin, in terms of antibacterial action.

9 January, 2017

Physical activity lowers risk of cystitis

Even low to moderate levels of physical activity can help to significantly reduce the risk of infection, according to a new study.

15 October, 2016

Where you live is more influential to immunity than genes

Our history and environment – like where and with whom we live – are responsible for 60% to 80% of the differences between individual immune systems,

3 October, 2016

Beneficial bacteria could protect against breast cancer

Research showing that healthy breast tissue has higher levels of benign bacteria suggests that probiotics could one day have a role in preventing breast cancer.

30 June, 2016

Study identifies the best foods for fighting inflammation

New research has shown that antioxidant polyphenols, derived from several everyday foods, may help reduce the chronic inflammation that contributes to many leading causes of death.

17 May, 2016

Broccoli sprouts help prevent flu

A daily ‘shake’ of pureed broccoli sprouts could boost immunity and help keep the flu virus at bay, according to a new human study.

25 April, 2016

Green tea remedy speeds healing of cold sores

New research has shown that a preparation containing green tea could significantly speed up the healing of cold sores caused by the herpes virus.

19 April, 2016

Curcumin could help fight drug-resistant tuberculosis

New laboratory research suggests that the active ingredient in the distinctive yellow root, turmeric, can kill and clear out tuberculosis infection from cells.

30 March, 2016

Doctors – and farmers – give antibiotic resistance a helping hand

Scientists have discovered a virulent and untreatable kind of E. coli bacteria that can transfer its antibiotic resistance to other types of bacteria

19 November, 2015