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Migraine headaches have remained an enigma since they were first described. But what is unknown to most people is the fact that migraines involve a great deal more than just pain in the head. [Full Story]
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Berberine has been used in Chinese medicine for thousands of years with few side effects, and is now available as an over-the-counter purified supplement. [Full Story]
Because of their effect on so many cell-signaling mechanisms and antioxidant systems, ginseng species are being shown to benefit a number of medical conditions. [Full Story]
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