"I want a new drug," so goes the song, but there is much promise in old drugs. Every few years, it seems like scientists discover a new use for an old drug--or a completely different use for a drug they developed for something else.
Can laughter really be used as medicine? Many people believe so, from those who engage in laughter on a daily basis as a way to relieve stress to those who enjoy practices like Laughter Yoga. Science has shown that laughter not only increases our immune cells and helps us fight infection, but it also triggers endorphins, which make us feel better. No matter what you think about laughing and cheesy comedians, they definitely have value within our lives.
A video is making its way around the Internet and it’s giving sinus pressure and allergy sufferers hope for quick relief without medication. While this advice should by no means replace the advisement of a physician, it couldn’t hurt to try these techniques from Massage by Heather.
With the first head transplant in the works, people are beginning to wonder just how long humans will be able to expand our life spans. It turns out that money is being poured into regenerative medicine research right now, with companies like Goldman Sachs investing hundreds of millions of dollars into the science to attempt to find some kind of fountain of youth.