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Manuka Honey - Help with Antibiotic Resistant Bugs.

For those that are unfamiliar with the great health benefits of honey, and/or specifically with Manuka honey, here’s some good information.

From http://www.realfoodforlife.com:

Health Benefits of Honey… 558 more words

Health Science


Our little ones need protection against many diseases, particularly when they’re young and their immune system is still developing.

Australia has a wonderful program that helps us keep our kid’s future health on track.  686 more words


How do cancer cells "hide" from the immune system?

‘How do cancer cells ‘hide’ from the immune system?‘

Though each of them does so for somewhat different reasons, as entities that either infect or develop within a body, survival of pathogens, fetuses and cancers requires they avoid engaging the immune system as much as possible. 458 more words


Immunotherapy in Pancreatic Cancer: Does Bacteria hold the answer?

Manisit Das

Your gut is crawling with bacteria, despite your devoted hygiene practices. Disgusting for your sophisticated self, isn’t it? Surprising as it is, over the course of evolution our bodies tolerated the microbial communities in our body, even cherished them. 1,148 more words


May is Celiac Awareness Month

Does Gluten Just Bother Those With Celiac? No Way!

Did you know that you can be intolerant or sensitive to gluten too? It’s not just a problem for those with celiac. 1,059 more words

Health & Wellness

Study: Ultra-clean homes could trigger childhood leukemia

 I saw this article and thought I’d pass it along. The original article appeared in the Telegraph. Here’s the original link:

Original article:


Keeping children cocooned in ultra-clean homes away from other youngsters could trigger childhood leukaemia, a landmark study suggests. 643 more words


Could you stop the conveyor belt, PLEASE!!!

I imagine this is what our bodies would say, if they could speak!

”Stop the conveyor belt of food and drink, I can’t keep up!!” 51 more words

Water Fasting