September 25, 2020

Vitamin C: The Critical Nutrient In The Covid-19 Pandemic

Vitamin C is a vital nutrient for human health and survival. It is well known that the human body does not produce this nutrient, and that […]
August 19, 2020

PRESS RELEASE: Natural Compounds Block Binding Site Of Coronavirus To Its ‘Entry Port’ On Human Body Cells

Research towards scientific alternatives to gene-based vaccines San José, California: A team of researchers at the Dr. Rath Research Institute has shown that a specific micronutrient […]
August 14, 2020

Managing Your Blood Sugar During The Pandemic

During the current coronavirus pandemic, diabetes has become a serious concern. People with type 1, type 2, and pregnancy-related (gestational) diabetes are at a higher risk […]
July 3, 2020

Effective and safe global public health strategy to fight the COVID-19 pandemic

Optimum micronutrient intake is the only scientifically proven way to improve general immune resistance against infections, a fact documented in every leading textbook of biology. This study provides scientific evidence that, in addition, specific micronutrient compositions are powerful tools in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
July 3, 2020

Micronutrient Combination Suppresses Cell ‘Entry Door’ For Coronavirus

San Jose, California July 2, 2020 A research team from the Dr. Rath Research Institute led by Dr. Aleksandra Niedzwiecki has demonstrated that a combination of […]
April 29, 2020

Nutritional Deficiencies in Young People: Causes, Consequences and Strategies

Being in the ‘prime of life’, health problems of individuals ranging from teenage years to late twenties rarely cause concern. However, this stage of life can be challenging for many reasons. As young men and women push their bodies to achieve athletic, aesthetic and professional goals, they may not keep track of nutrition and may follow restrictive diets and develop undiagnosed nutritional deficiencies.
February 13, 2020

Chemotherapy Can Lead To More Cancers

Despite advances in understanding the development of cancer and how it spreads, the conventional method of treating the disease has not changed much. For the past […]
August 21, 2019

Protection Of The Skin From Sun Damage
(Part 2)

In the last issue of our Health Science News Page we discussed aspects of skin cancer and the damage caused by excessive sun exposure. The most common risk factor of non-melanoma skin cancer is excessive sunlight exposure. However, it is important to note that the non-melanoma skin cancers—basal and squamous cell carcinomas—are not as lethal as melanoma which can also occur on areas of the skin not exposed to the sun. Sun exposure can cause free radical damage to skin cells, leading to DNA damage and skin aging, and may eventually cause skin cancer; however, that is not the only risk factor.