Turmeric is a powerful spice that has been used in Asia for thousands of years. It’s great to cook with, but it’s also a magical medicinal herb. With major antioxidant properties, it does wo... Read more
A recent study discovered that women who drank 2-3 cups of caffeinated coffee daily were 15% less likely to develop depression, with an added bonus of reducing risks for certain types of can... Read more
A vaccinated teenage boy, became ill with a deadly form of meningitis. Within 72 hours he lost motor control, stopped breathing and passed away. National Health Services confirmed his death.... Read more
In breaking news an infectious disease is making a comeback after a 60 year hiatus. Nicknamed Yaws, it is an ugly cousin to Syphilis found in humid, tropical areas. Its affects the skin, bon... Read more
Sleeping too much, or too little, truly affects your health. Insiders Health TV brings you some sleep tips based on the latest research so you can sleep your way to a healthy lifestyle. Here... Read more
Can you imagine being able to hear your own eyeball moving! This condition called Superior Canal Dehiscence Syndrome. This medical condition is extremely rare, but results from an opening in... Read more
IHTV reveals the truth about some common health myths. Does chewing gum remain in your gut for 7 years? The Answer: Nope. Although some of the ingredients are indigestible, so are some fibe... Read more
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