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Certain foods are just plain sexy to eatstrawberries, oysters, and chocolate come to mindbut do they endow the eater with true sexual desire? "Aphrodisiacs have been used for thousands of years all around the world, but the science behind the claims
For those in search of a natural aphrodisiac, fear not that your supply of rhino horn and tiger penis is running low. (They don't work anyway.) Scientists have found aphrodisiac properties in common spices and herbs. Researchers at the University of
NaturalNews) Drugs for pumping up sex lives come with a long list of potentially bothersome and even dangerous side effects. But scientists from the University of Guelph have come up with evidence natural aphrodisiacs exist. In fact, if you want to
after extensive, stringent review, researchers have just declared saffron and ginseng as the two most potent natural aphrodisiacs. A team of scientists from the University of Guelph in Ontario, Canada found that these two natural substances improve
We recently reported on some of the best last-minute health-related gifts , based on our tests. Now, for the other list: Stuff our experts have deemed unproven or unnecessary at best, and seriously dangerous at worst. If you were thinking about
tool goes here I am a 51-year-old physician who had some toenail fungus on a third of my great toenail. It had been gradually worsening during the previous two years, but I did not want to take Lamisil orally for 12 weeks for just one toenail.
Interestingly, a lot of Sacramento households purchase some of the products from the national $26 billion supplment industry, and that figure is just what that industry earned in 2009. If you look at the September 2010 issue of Consumer Reports, you'
tool goes here Nutritional supplements are a $26 billion-a-year industry, but there is no Food and Drug Administration oversight. It's up to watchdogs like Consumer Reports to keep the public informed. Recently, the magazine consulted clinical
It's up to watchdogs like Consumer Reports to keep the public informed. Recently, the magazine consulted clinical research and case reports to come up with its list of "12 supplements you should avoid."...Kava, a South American plant, has been used
Most people take dietary supplements to stay healthy, but one group is warning some may contain ingredients that can actually hurt you. Consumer Reports has put out a list of what it says are a dozen potentially dangerous supplements to avoid. Those