A study from Oregon Health & Science University found that several chemicals in food can make fibromyalgia pain worse. Researchers believe that some additives in food can affect patients who have the disease. Although they focused on monosodium glutamate (MSG) and aspartame, other studies have shown that multiple food chemicals can also have a negative impact on the health of fibromyalgia patients.
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A new study reveals shocking statistics about the frequency of medication mistakes during surgeries. Researchers found that half of the surgeries had some type of drug error or adverse drug event. This means that one out of every two surgeries had a mistake that affected the patient. The researchers focused on Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), but they are concerned that their findings are common in other hospitals and clinics.
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Ribose is a simple sugar, and it exists in two forms, D-ribose and L-ribose, but only one of them occurs naturally. D-ribose is the common form, and it is essential for energy production in the body. Research reveals that ribose may help patients who have fibromyalgia. Although your body can make ribose on its own, some patients have found pain relief by taking additional supplements.
As more people are spending more time indoors, the impact of air quality on their health is growing. In the workplace, low air quality can have a negative impact on both health and productivity. Whether you work in a factory setting or an office building, poor air quality can be an issue. Prolonged exposure to poor quality air can lead to both acute illnesses and chronic health conditions, and this is why it is important to learn about your rights regarding the air you breathe at work.
Although calcium supplements are often recommended by doctors, a new study reveals that they carry a dangerous risk for some patients. Researchers have discovered that patients with a previous history of kidney stones are at a higher risk of developing new stones if they take calcium supplements. The new study adds to the growing amount of evidence that these types of supplements may not be helpful for everyone.
Dr. Victor Rosenfeld believes sleep problems are a major issue for fibromyalgia patients, and he wants to help them. He recently conducted a study to determine how fibromyalgia patients could improve their sleep quality. Dr. Victor Rosenfeld specializes in neurology at the SouthCoast Medical Group in Georgia.
Several studies, including new research presented at the Cranberry Health Research Conference, suggest cranberries may play an important part in heart health. As we prepare for the Thanksgiving holiday and the height of cranberry season, it’s time to explore how these red berries may benefit heart health.
Have you heard about the latest hedge apple trend? You might recognize some of its other names such as the horse apple, monkey ball, bois d’arc, bodark, bodock or Osage orange. If you are in the Midwest, then you probably know about the hedge apples. They grow prolifically in the area, and they are popular for their health and wellness benefits.
Johns Hopkins and Harvard researchers recently reviewed yoga benefits for treating a variety of diseases. The results suggest more studies are needed to push yoga into mainstream medicine as an alternative therapy that could help treat respiratory and mental illnesses and cardiovascular disease.
Some of the edible medical marijuana products on the market are mislabeled, according to a new study in JAMA. This could prove to be a significant problem for the estimated 16 to 26 percent of medical marijuana users who consume “medibles.”
Some people turn to acupuncture for multiple sclerosis, but use of this alternative or complementary treatment choice is not well studied. Here’s what a recent review and an additional study have to say about the use of acupuncture for relief of MS symptoms. Please feel free to share your experiences!
Athlete's foot is an annoying problem which often recurs and so natural remedies are desirable for this condition. A natural approach to the prevention and treatment of Athlete's foot is often more pleasant for people while avoiding the possible side effects from drugs.