Tag Archives: Immune system

A High-Fiber Diet Could Protect Your Colon From Infection

Researchers find a link between high-fiber diets and gastrointestinal health

Your doctor has probably already told you how important a high-fiber diet can be for your health. But now we have even more research supporting this claim. A group of researchers found that when microbes in our digestive tract don’t get … Continue reading

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Immunotherapy: The Newfound Hope for Ovarian and Other Cancers

Immunotherapy offers hope to those with a life-threatening illness

Approximately 22,000 women will be diagnosed with ovarian cancer this year, resulting in over 14,000 deaths. This makes it the leading cause of death from gynecologic cancers in the United States. Also known as “the cancer that whispers,” ovarian cancer … Continue reading

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Study May Reveal Why Women Often Outlive Men

"Natural Killer" cells more active in women than men into senior years

In virtually all parts of the world, women live longer than men. This discrepancy has been remarkably consistent for centuries, yet science has thus far been unable to determine why it exists. Now, a study reported in the multidisciplinary journal Mechanisms of … Continue reading

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Our Weekly Tip: Practice Left Nostril Breathing to Calm a Grieving Body and Mind

Use the ancient science of Kundalini Yoga to reduce grief-related stress

Our Weekly Tip: Grief is mentally, emotionally, physically and spiritually complex, but the way we take care of ourselves during this tender time doesn’t need to be. The ancient holistic science of Kundalini Yoga includes a left-nostril breathing technique called … Continue reading

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