ACG releases guidelines for managing suspected drug-induced liver injury
The ACG developed recommendations for diagnosis and management of idiosyncratic drug-induced liver injury. “guidelines are important for clinicians because it provides evidence...
2 days ago - Healio - 2 articles
Beyond hardwood: Teak leaves offer anti-inflammatory and antiparasitic benefits
Ayurveda is one of the oldest systems of medicine in India and promotes the use of natural products for healing. Herbal medicines have a long history of use in traditional...
6 days ago - Natural News
Immunity, relaxation, energy and focus: Trending botanicals in food and beverage, from ashwagandha to ginseng
Once confined to dietary supplements and herbal teas, botanicals from ashwagandha to ginseng are springing up in a growing number of ready-to-drink beverages and snacks as...
6 days ago - NutraIngredients-USA
Who Is Using Herbal Kratom?
Herbal kratom is used by less than 1% of the U.S. population, but the rate is much higher among those who misuse opioid painkillers, a new study finds.
6 days ago - Web MD - 2 articles
Study characterizes anti-inflammatory effect of strawberry geranium on the skin
Strawberry geranium has been used in Japan as a herbal medicine to treat wounds and swelling, and continues to be an ingredient in food and cosmetics.
12 days ago - News Medical
The Honey Pot Products You Need, Because Your Vagina Deserves the Best Care
The world's first plant-based feminine care line hit the market in 2014, and nothing was the same. Founder Beatrice Dixon got the idea for The Honey Pot Company from her late...
12 days ago - PopSugar
Cubans Turn to Herbal Remedies, Barter Amid Medicine Scarcity
Even as Cuba races to develop its own COVID-19 vaccine, the country is suffering acute shortages of basic medicines amid its worst economic crisis in decades. Reuters Health...
14 days ago - Medscape
Kyrgyz Minister Promotes Herbal COVID Cure; Expert Says It's Poisonous
Kyrgyzstan will use an herbal tonic to treat COVID-19, its health minister said after the nation's president praised the remedy - despite warnings from a medical expert that it...
16 days ago - Medscape - 4 articles
Herbal medicine linked to Danish Salmonella outbreak
A Salmonella outbreak in Denmark affecting 25 people has been traced to a brand of herbal supplement, according to food safety officials. The majority fell sick in March and...
23 days ago - Food Safety
Dihydromyricetin Imbues Antiadipogenic Effects on 3T3-L1 Cells via Direct Interactions with 78-kDa Glucose-Regulated Protein
ABSTRACTBackgroundObesity is among the most serious public health problems worldwide, with few safe pharmaceutical interventions. Natural products have become an important...
27 days ago - Nutrition
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The Latest: Indonesia bans traveling home for Eid al-Fitr
Indonesia is prohibiting travel during the popular homecoming period to celebrate Eid al-Fitr
Gold Medals fights off rival Zed Em in epic Grand Annual
Another chapter in the time-honoured Grand Annual has been written, with champions Gold Medals and Zed Em fighting out yet another finish.
Live streaming makes cents, but musicians need more dollars
As the world tilts towards digital streaming, accelerated by the pandemic, it's vital that performers are properly paid, say arts leaders.
NZ suspends quarantine-free travel to and from Sydney
The decision was made following the detection of two community cases in Sydney.
Apple's AirTag trackers made it frighteningly easy to ‘stalk' me
Apple's new AirTags, $45 wireless devices that help you locate things, work well. Frighteningly well.
List manager Ned Guy quits Collingwood after tumultuous off-season
The man who oversaw Collingwood's salary cap firesale and list overhaul last year, Ned Guy, has quit the club.
Study examines artemisinin-based combination therapy as first-line treatment...
When a mosquito begins to nibble on you, it is not merely feeding on your blood, it is also injecting its saliva into your skin. If that saliva happens to be full of parasites...
Johns brothers won't be ‘laying out witches' hats' for Samoa coach Parish
Matthew Johns has rejected calls from the Samoan coach to be his assistant as the battle to coach the Pacific nation intensifies.
Cutting gas use for heating and cooking is not the way to net zero
Customers should be informed about new energy options and be empowered to adopt them, rather than restricting their choices by simply taking options away.
Young athletes must not be ill-treated in the rush for gold medals
A report into gymnastics in Australia shows the risks in the win-at-all-costs approach to sports.