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  • PASTA PLEASE !

    Pasta is a popular; which we can see from all of the types of pasta sold in the supermarket. Unfortunately wheat can lead to many health problems which catch people unawares.
  • PICA - A CRAVING FOR STRANGE THINGS

    Pica is a word of Latin origin meaning magpie. It is named after the bird that eats pretty much everything. In humans, the eating disorder is most often observed in pregnant women, small children, and individuals with developmental disorders.
  • PILLOW FIGHTING

    Researchers from Manchester University have discovered that our pillows may be be home to millions of fungal spores.
  • PIZZA SPICE INHIBITS BACTERIAL GROWTH

    Mexican researchers have known for a long time that food tastes better when sprinkled with oregano. Now, they have discovered that it also inhibits the growth of any bacteria that might be present in the food.
  • PLANT EXTRACT KEEPS SPERM CELLS IN SHAPE

    A substance extracted from the plant French Maritime Pine has proven effective for men with decreased quality of sperm.
  • PREGNANT ALCOHOLICS SHOULD TAKE EXTRA ANTIOXIDANTS

    A professor claims that it would be "wonderful" if pregnant women with alcohol problems would take vitamin supplements.
  • PREGNANT DESPITE TAKING CONTRACEPTIVE PILLS

    A large part of the effect of some drugs can be abolished if you take the herbal remedy St. John's wort, Hypericum perforatum, at the same time.
  • PROFESSOR ÖCKERMAN WRITES FOR VITAVIVA

    Vitaviva has ambitions of improving the general public health. We have signed an agreement with one of the leading authorities in this field, professor emeritus in clinical chemistry Per-Arne Öckerman about writing an extensive series of articles.
  • PROMISING TREATMENT FOR MACULAR DEGENERATION

    New orthomolecular treatment named as the “first choice” for AMD, otherwise known macula degeneration.