Abstracts & Commmentary
06-01-2016 Research supports current evidence regarding the health effects of phosphate and raises questions about product labeling.
05-04-2016 Study finds probiotics may be a promising low- to no-risk intervention to achieve remission for patients with inflammatory bowel disease.
05-04-2016 Study finds “green” images have restorative benefits, adding to growing evidence base for the hypothesis that exposure to nature, independent of how it is encountered, can be beneficial for human health and well-being.
05-04-2016 Observational study finds that a diet of seaweeds, vegetables, soy products, and mushrooms is associated with health benefits. Should we reconsider the one-size-fits-all Mediterranean diet?
05-04-2016 Study finds N-acetylcysteine improves symptoms of schizophrenia, with an unexpected answer to the question: Is it more effective for early or longstanding illness?
04-06-2016 Pilot study finds ashwagandha root extract improves several parameters related to sexual dysfunction in women.
04-06-2016 A large, retrospective cohort study adds to growing body of evidence that fiber intake provides a protective benefit for young women.
04-06-2016 A high-protein breakfast benefits all children, but may particularly benefit overweight kids.
04-06-2016 Study suggests that topically applied saffron gel could be a natural, safe, and effective alternative to the current standard treatments for erectile dysfunction.
03-16-2016 A new intravenous vitamin C (IVC) clinical trial—and a call for physicians providing IVC to report cases of exceptional responses to help better focus future studies.
03-16-2016 Could exercise be even more important than diet and supplements in an integrative cancer treatment plan?
03-16-2016 A recent study provides evidence to suggest that omega-3 fatty acids may provide some risk reduction for all causes of mortality in women with a history of breast cancer.
03-02-2016 The surprising results of this study—that giving a multivitamin and mineral supplement caused acute mood improvement in just 1 hour—made us want to dig deeper.
03-02-2016 Not long ago fructose was considered a “healthy” sweetener. This study shines light on just how damaging it really is.
03-02-2016 Light therapy should be considered as a first-line or adjuvant treatment in patients with nonseasonal major depression.
03-02-2016 A recent randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial looked at the effects of curcumin on the physical, mood, and behavioral symptoms of PMS.
02-03-2016 An initial feasibility study, supported by evidence from the literature, raises the question: Could forest therapy be a beneficial method of adjunctive cancer care?
02-03-2016 Lack of association between dietary soluble fiber intake and islet cell autoimmunity leads to questions about the role of diet-related gut microbiome alterations and their influence on immunomodulation.