Errol Brown

Acne Rosacea Tied To Higher Risk Of Gastrointestinal Diseases

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Acne Rosacea Tied To Higher Risk Of Gastrointestinal Diseases This finding comes from an article published in the British Journal of Dermatology. There is a strong relationship between the gut and the skin, which this study helps to further confirm. Alexander Egeberg, M.D., Ph.D., from the Herlev and Gentofte Hospital in Hellerup, Denmark, along with his colleagues conducted a study …

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Should Everyone Be Taking A Vitamin D Supplement?

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Should Everyone Be Taking A Vitamin D Supplement?   The short answer is most people should. Vitamin D offers so many varied health benefits and few people get enough of it. In the UK every resident has been advised to take a vitamin D supplement during autumn and winter. This is because official estimates suggest one in five adults and …

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Potential New Antibiotic Discovery

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Potential New Antibiotic Discovery Bacteria you probably have in your nose might be able to treat antibiotic resistant super bugs! A fascinating new study published in the journal Nature found that a bacterium present in nasal mucus could be used to develop an antibiotic against Staph infections. The good bacterium is called Saphylococcus lugdunensis and it produces antibiotic compounds that …

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Fasting helps improve your brain function

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Fasting helps improve your brain function Going for longer periods between meals may help slow the effects of aging on your brain. In recent years there has been a renewed interest in fasting. Intermittent fasting has helped many people lose weight and it can even improve immune function in people with autoimmune disease. Fasting has a long history of use …

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