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AgingCognitive Health

Inhaling Menthol Improves Cognitive Function in Alzheimer’s Patients

A Spanish study published in the journal Frontiers in Immunology found that smelling menthol modulated immunity and improved cognition in an animal model of Alzheimer’s disease.

Botanical MedicineCardiovascular Health

When antihypertensive drugs lose efficacy, rule out interactions with dietary supplements

Anticipating possible interactions between drugs and dietary supplements is a challenging area of integrative practice.  When we think about interactions, …

Cardiovascular HealthLifestyle Medicine

How a High-Fat Diet Promotes Atherosclerosis

A study in the Journal of Lipid Research finds that phospholipids found in high-fat, high-cholesterol diets promote atherosclerosis via gut bacteria interactions with the immune system.

Botanical MedicineImmune Health

Medicinal Plant May Help Treat Drug-Resistant Malaria

A study published in ACS Omega, a journal of the American Chemical Society, finds that Labrador tea, a traditional herbal remedy, is effective against drug-resistant malaria.

Energy/FatigueLifestyle Medicine

Breathing – The Basis for Energy and Metabolic Health

Energy is everything – without it nothing would survive. A phrase taken out of what could be a documentary on …

Botanical MedicinePain Management

Supporting Joint Health with Willow bark, Ginger, and Boswellia serrata*

While many botanicals can be used to support healthy joint function, willow bark, ginger root, and Boswellia serrata have been clinically studied and are excellent considerations for their joint support properties

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