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Dandelions: The Enemies of Well-Tended Lawns with Redeeming Anti-Cancer Properties

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Dandelions: The Enemies of Well-Tended Lawns with Redeeming Anti-Cancer Properties

The dandelion (also known as Taraxacum officinale) is a well-known perennial herb native to North America and Eurasia. Despite its reputatio...

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Back to School Tips for Staying Healthy All Year

Nutrition & Lifestyle

Back to School Tips for Staying Healthy All Year

Summer is drawing to a close and the change of season is just around the corner.  From a Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) perspective...

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A Critical Assessment of Vitamin Reviews

Innovations in Research

A Critical Assessment of Vitamin Reviews

Earlier this week, an article came out in the Business Insider regarding the lack of safety and efficacy related to all vitamin supplementat...

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Travelling Hacks: 4 Tips for the Frequent Flyer

Nutrition & Lifestyle

Travelling Hacks: 4 Tips for the Frequent Flyer

  We have talked about some supplemental and lifestyle tips on how to recover when arriving at a new destination here and here, ...

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Collaborations in Research: Management Strategies for Nosocomial infections

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Collaborations in Research: Management Strategies for Nosocomial infections

Queens University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada Nosocomial infections (NIs) remain an important cause of morbidity, mortality, and increased h...

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Green Tea:  Origins of the World’s Most Popular Infusion

Nutrition & Lifestyle

Green Tea: Origins of the World’s Most Popular Infusion

Tea is an evergreen shrub grown to make Black tea, Oolong tea, and Green tea. Green tea is made by steaming and drying the leaves and leaf b...

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