Could magnesium reduce the frequency and severity of migraines? Let’s take a look at the research! In clinical trials magnesium supplementation reduced the number of migraine attacks by 22 to 43%, while common medications recommended by the American Headache Society offer an approximate 30 to 60% reduction in migraine attack frequency. So, the effect of magnesium on migraines appears to be significant!
It’s that time of year! Are you suffering from a runny nose, itchy eyes, sneezing, nasal congestion, or other symptoms of seasonal allergies? If so, you are not alone! Over 40% of the US population has allergies. According to the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES), 44.6% of the US population has detectable Immunoglobulin E (IgE) antibodies in their blood, and we know IgE antibodies play a central role in instigating the symptoms associated with allergies...
Arsenic is the “king of poisons” and the “poison of kings.” Throughout history, Machiavellian villains carried out assassinations for personal gain using this odorless, tasteless, and perfect poison.
Microorganisms rarely exist as single cells living next to each other but instead accumulate along surfaces to form polymicrobial aggregates known as films, sludge, plaques, scum, or ‘biofilms’. In most biofilms, the actual microorganisms account for less than 10% of the dry mass of the aggregate, whereas the biofilm matrix tends to account for over 90% of the dry weight.