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2013 June

Tomato antioxidant may ease night-time prostate woes

A food supplement containing lycopene alongside a range of other nutrients, vitamins and minerals could be beneficial for men with an enlarged prostate.Men who regularly need to visit the bathroom at night due to prostate troubles may want to consider trying a natural supplement containing ingredients such as lycopene.A number…
2013 May

Early research suggests MGN-3 may help myeloma patients

A small clinical trial suggests that MGN-3 may have a beneficial effect on innate immunity in people with multiple myeloma.People with a form of cancer called multiple myeloma could benefit from taking a supplement containing a natural compound called MGN-3, according to early research conducted in a small number of…
2013 May

Boost body's natural defences to fight flu, scientists say

Boosting the activity of your immune system could be the best way to fight influenza, experts believe.Scientists say the best way to fight flu may be to bolster the immune system rather than targeting the virus itself.Thousands of people get flu each year in the UK, with about 600 people…
2013 May

High-quality vitamin D supplement could help people with asthma

Vitamin D could be beneficial for people with asthma, a British research team has claimed.People with asthma could benefit from using a high-quality vitamin D supplement alongside their usual medication, new research suggests.Scientists at King's College London conducted lab tests on cells taken from 18 steroid-resistant asthma patients, ten patients…
2013 May

MGN-3 may reduce side-effects of radiotherapy

Lab tests suggest that BioBran MGN-3 arabinoxylan complex could help to protect against some of the side-effects of radiotherapy.People undergoing radiotherapy often experience unpleasant side-effects, but these could be eased with the use of a natural immune modulator called MGN-3, early research suggests.When a person receives radiotherapy to treat cancer,…
2013 May

Study raises concern about toxic metals in lipstick

A study has uncovered concerning levels of some metals in common brands of lipstick and lip gloss.Women may be exposing themselves to worryingly high levels of toxic metals whenever they apply their lipstick, scientists have warned.A research team at the University of California, Berkeley has been carrying out tests on…
2013 May

Air pollution 'may be linked to hardening of the arteries'

A new study suggests that exposure to air pollution may increase the rate of atherosclerosis.People who are regularly exposed to air pollution may be more likely to develop atherosclerosis or 'hardening of the arteries', a study has revealed.A large body of previous research has shown links between exposure to air…
2013 May

Survey finds Brits are failing to care for dental health

Good oral health can reduce the likelihood of many serious conditions, but it seems many Britons are unaware of this.Many Britons do not pay enough attention to their oral health or recognise the importance of good dental hygiene for the rest of their body, a survey suggests.Healthcare provider Simplyhealth commissioned…
2013 May

Curcumin may prevent fatty liver disease

Curcumin supplements could help to reduce the risk of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, early research has found.People with an unhealthy diet who are concerned about their liver health may benefit from taking a food supplement containing curcumin, new research suggests.Curcumin is found in the common curry ingredient turmeric and is…
2013 May

Actor Sir Michael Caine uses turmeric supplements for brain health

The potential health benefits of turmeric and its active ingredient curcumin are being recognised by an increasing number of people, with Oscar-winning actor Sir Michael Caine the latest celebrity to sing its praises.Acting legend Sir Michael Caine has revealed he is a fan of the Indian spice turmeric.The 80-year-old told…