One of the earliest cultivated crops, flaxseed has been useful since the dawn of civilization for weaving cloth, making flax oil, and as a food.
Now, researchers from the University of Pennsylvania have discovered that flaxseed might have a new use for the 21st century: protecting healthy tissues and organs from the harmful effects of radiation. Continue reading »
by Dr. Leo Galland
Carpal tunnel syndrome occurs when the main nerve to the hand (the median nerve), is damaged as it passes over the inside of the wrist, travelling through a path of fibers called the carpal tunnel. Symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome include pain, tingling, numbness and weakness of either hand, involving the thumb, forefinger and middle finger. Continue reading »