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Asian ginseng, native to Korea and China, has been widely used for a variety of purposes for centuries.
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12 percent of children in the United States use some form of complementary health product or practice, among them dietary or herbal supplements.
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All about cranberriesand its uses in complementary and alternative medicine
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Garlic has many health benefits
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There are many health benefits of ginger.
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A small, preliminary study has found that a meal with a lot of fructose in it may leave you still feeling hungry as compared to a meal with a lot of glucose in it.
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Flaxseed and flaxseed oil supplements seem to be well tolerated. Few side effects have been reported, says NIH.
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Where will I see calorie labeling? Will I easily find the posted information about calories?
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American kids are seeing fewer television commercials for sodas and other sugary drinks, but kids are still seeing sales messages through social media, product placement, and in other ways.
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Millions of Americans experience allergic reactions to food each year, says FDA.
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Resveratrol, a chemical in red wine, may be why wine drinkers are less likely than people who drink hard liquor to develop head and neck cancers.
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Alcohol content in red wine has been found to trigger the development of DNA cross-links. DNA cross-links cause the development of cancer cells which, if not eliminated through apoptosis, will cause cancer.
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