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Inflammation is the body’s natural response to a harmful event. Generally, it offers protection and healing. But when you suffer from chronic inflammation, as many people eating modern diets do, it can increase your risk of disease and
Serhan, Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, in the plenary lecture "Resolution of inflammation: Is there anything nutrients can do for it?" Chronic inflammation is behind chronic diseases like arthritis and plays a role in other neurodegenerative
The more progressive side of modern medicine is quickly learning that the root cause of many contemporary illnesses is none other than chronic inflammation, a lingering immune response caused by poor diet and other factors that, if left unchecked,
The study conducted by the researchers at NYU Langone Medical Center suggests a common biochemical thread to multiple diseases and gives way to a new class of therapies that could treat chronic inflammation in these non-infectious diseases. When the
January 08, 2013 Cardia 7, a purified Omega 7 supplement that has been clinically shown to combat inflammation and heart disease, has launched ‘The Campaign for Heart
Written by Michelle Churchill Filed Under Joint pain is not an inevitable sign of aging, nor is it usually a sign of a condition like arthritis. Instead, joint pain is most often a sign of chronic inflammation or hormonal imbalance. When women learn
Persistent, systemic inflammation is at the root of practically all known chronic health conditions, including everything from rheumatoid arthritis and high cholesterol to dementia and cancer. These conditions are not necessarily inevitable, and
Ninety-nine per cent of the body's calcium is stored in the bones and teeth, where it is critical to their structure and function. Calcium is also one of the most popularly promoted dietary supplements. Doctors and the media, for example, are
Low levels of vitamin B6 may be a key factor involved with chronic inflammation in the body...A new study shows a strong association between chronic inflammation and the essential vitamin found in foods such as lean meats, legumes, and vegetables.
From Bikram to Vinyasa, it seems like yoga has become the exercise experience of choice these days. In The Science of Yoga, New York Times science writer William J. Broad examines the growing popularity of yoga and some of his findings are surprising.