“NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Although often billed as a memory and cognition enhancing product, the medicinal herb Ginkgo biloba does not stave off cognitive decline or help prevent dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, according to a report in the Journal of the American Medical Association this week. [More]
“Researchers studying the effects of general anesthesia recently made a startling discovery: the drugs used to knock out patients during surgery may lead to increased pain when they wake up. [More]“
Food intolerances are the new fad: “MORE than five million Australians are suffering from ‘imaginary’ food allergies and people who diagnose themselves are at risk of developing eating disorders.”
I’ve had this little theory of mine for a while about food allergies, and although this bit of news doesn’t prove my theory, it certainly makes me think that I’m not totally off track.
Sleeping Babies’ Brains Buzz: “While resting, infants show active brain regions.
Laughter improves breast milk’s health effect: “Babies with eczema that were breast fed hours after the mothers were laughing had milder allergy symptoms”