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Cranberries may be key defense vs. superbugs

Research explores how flavonols in cranberries repel bacteria. By Shara Rutberg, New Hope Network Researchers have used super-high resolute atomic force microscopes to reveal how a compound in cranberries helps block bacterial infections and may be key to developing strategies to protect us against superbugs. "With the emergence...

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Nuts May Crack Inflammation

Nuts’ healthy powers may lie in their relationship with inflammation, according to new research. By Shara Rutberg, New Hope Network Previous research has suggested that people who eat more nuts are healthier than people who don’t eat nuts. Now researchers may have cracked the mystery around why this...

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Who Got You Sick?

So when you have a health concern, even if it is just a cold, do you ever think about how you got it? Do you blame your five year old for getting to close to all the other kids in class, maybe they swapped some...

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Home Remedies For Hangovers

By Organic Facts Whether it is a birthday party, a wedding reception, a random Tuesday evening that gets out of hand, or your bi-monthly way of blowing off steam with your friends, nearly everyone has had “one of those nights” where they drank a bit too...

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Yes to Curcumin, but Ayurveda Still Awaits its Moment

by New Hope Network Healthcare remains a hot topic in America, especially if a Republican-led federal government decides to enact another complete overhaul of the U.S. health care system. The 5,000-year-old Indian system of health care, called Ayurveda, may be ready to present new health care solutions...

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CHRISTIAN MINISTERS, IT’S TIME TO LEAD WITH LOVE

[embed]https://youtu.be/XHb1OodgdDs[/embed] I met with a friend on Saturday — the day before several police officers were shot in Baton Rouge.  He and I talked for nearly 3 hours, mostly about race relations and the widening gap between peace officers and the communities in which they serve. ...

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Fiber early could fight cancer later

By Shara Rutberg, New Hope Network If you’re a woman, researchers have found another reason why you should have listened to your parents as a kid and eaten your vegetables—especially the spinach and other fiber-packed veggies. Eating lots of fiber during adolescence and young adulthood has...

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It’s Time To Choose Love

On Sunday, July 10th, there was a gathering in Santa Monica to share ideas about what loves means in a community.  Here’s the short video: [embed]https://youtu.be/XHb1OodgdDs[/embed] IT’S TIME TO CHOOSE LOVE It’s time to make a choice, America, about whether we are going to let our lives be...

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In the tea leaves: cardio health

By Shara Rutberg, New Hope Network A tea habit may help your heart, according to new research. Those who regularly chill out with a nice cuppa are also relaxing their arteries, scientists say. A recent study suggests regular tea consumption can protect against arterial stiffness in...

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Could vitamin D soothe IBS?

By Shara Rutberg, New Hope Network Researchers have linked low vitamin D levels with irritable bowel syndrome, a miserable GI disorder that affects about 11 percent of the world’s population, according to the National Institutes of Health. In a pilot study, scientists from the University of Sheffield's Molecular Gastroenterology...

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