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Cayenne cold and flu buster tea

Cayenne cold and flu buster tea

This cayenne cold and flu buster tea recipe calls for spices you already have in your kitchen. Homemade remedies are often the best and most effective ones. This cayenne cold and flu buster tea is packed with healing ingredients such as chamomile, cayenne pepper, turmeric, and honey. Let’s take a […]

by November 10, 2020
Cough reliever

Cough reliever

Cough Reliever Cough is our body’s reaction to irritants in our throat and air passages. When there is an irritant in these areas, our nerves send a message to our brain. The brain then sends a message to the abdomen and chest to expel a strong burst of air to […]

by October 27, 2019
Acetaminophen while pregnant is associated with child behavioral problems

Acetaminophen while pregnant is associated with child behavioral problems

Acetaminophen while pregnant is associated with child behavioral problems, according to new research from the United Kingdom. Evie Stergiakouli, Ph.D., of the University of Bristol, United Kingdom, and coauthors looked at data from 7,796 mothers and studied the associations between acetaminophen intake and child behavioral problems. The study abstract reported […]

by August 16, 2016
Antibiotics are detrimental to breast-feeding benefits

Antibiotics are detrimental to breast-feeding benefits

Antibiotics are detrimental to breast-feeding benefits Antibiotics are detrimental to breast-feeding benefits, according to new research from the University of Helsinki in Finland. The researchers found that antibiotics are detrimental to breast-feeding benefits because babies who were prescribed the medications were more susceptible to infections and obesity. “In breast milk, […]

by June 18, 2016
Taking antidepressants during pregnancy raises autism risk by 87 percent

Taking antidepressants during pregnancy raises autism risk by 87 percent

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a range of complex neurodevelopment disorders. This disorder is characterized by social impairments, trouble with communication, and restricted, repetitive stereotyped patterns of behavior. According to the National Institutes of Health, experts estimate that 1 out of 88 children will have autism spectrum disorder. Currently, autism […]

by December 22, 2015
Kids who grow up with dogs have lower asthma risk

Kids who grow up with dogs have lower asthma risk

We love our little furry friends. They are our loyal companions and they show unconditional love in a way that only few can. New research from Uppsala University in Sweden shows that kids who grow up with dogs have lower asthma risk than kids who don’t. The researchers analyzed data […]

by November 15, 2015
Is milk good for you?

Is milk good for you?

Cow’s milk has been consumed for thousands of years, and has been touted as a healthy drink for strong bones and teeth, amongst many other benefits. Ever since we were kids, most of our parents made us drink milk at least once a day. As scientists and researchers dig deeper […]

by September 7, 2013