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start spring healthy [Longevity live]

Start Spring off by improving your health with asparagus. This Spring vegetable is not only a tasty seasonal treat. It also has intriguing health benefits.  In fact, asparagus will start Spring off by giving you a quick folate boost. It ranks high up in this department along with broccoli and

natuRal antibiotics | Longevity LIVE

Antibiotics are some of the most commonly prescribed medications in the world. In fact, antibiotics are regularly over prescribed, especially for conditions that cannot be treated with antibiotics. Not to mention the concerns about the overuse of antibiotics, there is now a growing need for more natural methods that can

Immune System | Longevity LIVE

The number of cases associated with the coronavirus has surpassed 90 000, and the death toll has is over the 3000s. That said, of these 80 000 cases over 50 000 of them have recovered from the illness. One then has to ask, what sets the two groups apart? One

rejuvenate gut [longevity live]

Rejuvenate gut bacteria during the summer, so that when it starts getting cold again your body is stronger than before. Health experts keep on talking about the importance of gut health for a reason. When your gut bacteria has gone out of whack, it can have a harmful impact on

man and woman in kitchen enjoying wine

Arthritis is a disease which causes painful inflammation and stiffness in the joints. It is an incurable condition of the joints but it can be effectively controlled using certain medications. Before we discuss the different types of treatments available for arthritis, let’s understand the types of arthritis. Types of Arthritis

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The World Health Organization recently announced an outbreak of Ebola in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the largest since an Ebola epidemic ravaged West Africa from 2013 to 2016. At least two new tools helping patients and health care workers in the DRC to combat the disease are products

diabetes | Longevity LIVE

Over 400 million people worldwide have been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes and the number continues to grow at a rapid pace. That being said, t’s important to take preventive measures in order to ensure the rates don’t continue rising. One way to lower your risk would be by controlling

MS | Longevity LIVE

As a result of its unpredictability and varying symptoms, Multiple Sclerosis (MS) has earned the nickname the ‘snowflake disease’. MS is a chronic central nervous system condition, characterized by inflammation, demyelination and degenerative changes that interrupt the flow of information within the brain, and between the brain and body. MS

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Today is World Lupus Day. Lupus is a disease that sometimes goes wholly unnoticed, because those suffering from it don’t always show the obvious symptoms. That is why it is often referred to as the ‘invisible’ disease. The name ‘Lupus’ originates from the thirteenth century, when the physician Rogerius compared

lupus | Longevity LIVE

On the 10th of May, people all over the globe celebrate the 15th annual observance of World Lupus Day. This is a disease which affects approximately 5 million people worldwide. The majority of people, however, are unaware of its existence and the impact it has on those who suffer from