News and Notes December 2022

2022-12-29T14:58:22+00:00By |News and Notes|

The festive season is upon us and it is pretty much par for the course that we will indulge to excess when it comes to all that delicious food, not to mention the wine and bubbly. We wouldn’t be human if we didn’t, so don’t feel too bad. The good news is that there are a number of ways you can get back on track, naturally.

News and Notes November 2022

2022-11-12T10:14:54+00:00By |News and Notes|

Prevent Age-related Macular Degeneration. Human brain detects disease in others. Rooibos research gets funding boost. Phytoceutics™ launches in South Africa. Spotlight on arnica. 3.6 MILLION allergic to workplace in SA! Stress management. Lots of bacteria mean healthy sinuses. What colour is your pee?

News and Notes October 2022

2022-10-28T11:11:47+00:00By |News and Notes|

Hard science shows there's good reason to avoid the ingredients in most deodorants. That science mostly revolves around triclosan, a strong antibacterial also used in hand sanitizers. Since underarm odor stems from bacteria, triclosan keeps funk from forming in the first place.

News and Notes September 2022

2022-10-25T15:08:03+00:00By |News and Notes|

Five people with severe autoimmune disease have become the first in the world to receive a groundbreaking therapy that uses genetically altered cells to drive the illness into remission. The four women and one man, aged 18 to 24, received transfusions of modified immune cells to treat severe lupus, an autoimmune disease that can cause life-threatening damage to the heart, lungs, brain and kidneys.

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