Captain Obvious to the rescue!
At-home DNA tests are used to offer information about one’s ancestors, risks of certain diseases, and other traits, such as eye color.
A preclinical study using rats shows that Cannabidiol can reduce the risk of relapse.
Researchers suggest these findings need to be considered when updating guidelines for pregnant women.
Scientists paired music composition software with sensors attached to the fitness machines.
“Natural healthy medicine, no side effects” … yeah.
It’s also known as the “Viagra of the Himalayas”.
You know how you call alternative medicine that works? Medicine.
Just keep on dancing!
NASA called “bullshit.”
The health benefits of meditation might seem unexpected, but they’ve been documented by a wealth of studies.
The only thing ‘chronic’ about chronic Lyme is the suffering treatments will cause you.
Yoga might greatly reduce menstrual pain.
I wish people would stop trying to milk homeopathy already.
“Eye of newt and toe of frog, wool of bat and tongue of dog.”
Doctors are seeing a massive rise in the demands for the so-called vaginal seeding procedure, despite no evidence that this actually helps. Also called ‘microbirthing’, the process involves taking a swab from the mother’s vagina and rubbing it over the baby’s mouth, eyes, face and skin shortly after a C-section birth. The idea is that exposing the baby to vaginal
While there is a full scientific consensus that homeopathy is a pseudoscience many people still believe in it.
Generally regarded as a pseudoscientific treatment, acupuncture has proven itself quite effective, at least at alleviating pain.
Exercise is good for you, we all know that. Even better with drugs.
Slate just reported on this amazing map of ‘Herbal Cures’ from 1932 of the medicinal plants in common use among pharmacists and the public back then.