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Turmeric: ‘Remarkable Improvements’ For Alzheimer’s Disease

Turmeric Benefits Alzheimer's Disease Patients

A turmeric treatment on patients with Alzheimer’s disease symptoms has revealed “remarkable improvements.” A recent study found three patients with Alzheimer’s disease (AD) saw reduced severe behavioral symptoms if they consumed less than a gram of turmeric each day, for three months. All three patients had Behavioral and Psychological Symptoms of Dementia (BPSD), severe Alzheimer’s… Read more »

Dehydrated Drivers As Bad On The Road As Drunk Drivers, Study Suggests

Dehydrated Driving Concerns

New research suggests that driving while dehydrated is equally as destructive as driving while drunk. Drivers who had consumed alcohol over the legal limit as well as drivers who were dehydrated made twice as many driving mistakes as those who were hydrated. The Telegraph reports that not drinking enough water can cause drivers to make… Read more »

Cancer Patient Given 18 Months To Live, Cured By Cannabis Oil

marijuana plant, photo courtesy Uriel Sinai/Getty Images

David Hibbitt had cancer and was given only 18 months to live. He had gone through arduous chemotherapy and radiotherapy sessions prior to surgery to remove his large bowel in March, 2013, none of which were successful, according to Metro. He said the following, indicating that friends suggested that he try cannabis oil. “Friends had… Read more »

Are Acid Reflux Medications Causing Kidney Failure?

Is Acid Reflux Medication Causing Kidney Failure?

Statistics compiled by healthline.com on acid reflux, also known as gastroesophageal reflux disease, show that 60 percent of adults will experience some form of acid reflux. Depending on they type of acid reflux and how often a person experiences it determines the type of treatment that a person gets. Different types of acid reflux medication… Read more »

Divorce Is Bad For The Heart, Could Increase Heart Attack Risk

Heart Health

A recent study suggests divorce is bad for the heart — in more ways than one. Although divorce is commonly associated with heartbreak, it may also increase the risk of heart attack. Beginning in 1992, researchers with the Duke University Clinical Research Institute interviewed 16,000 adults between the ages of 45 and 80 every two… Read more »