Washington Post claims ‘medical consensus’ favors abortion, cites two pro-abortion groups as proof

When it comes to abortion, you really can’t trust the press. The Washington Post, for example, published a story on the day of the annual March for Life, scoffing at the idea that a person could oppose abortion based on science. Of course, the paper didn’t come right out and mock the march’s “pro-science” theme… Read More »

Oral Allopregnanolone Analogue for Postpartum Depression Treatment

In 2015, we first reported on SAGE-547 (SAGE Therapeutics), a new medication for the treatment of postpartum depression (PPD).  SAGE-547, now called brexanolone, is a neurosteroid, an analogue of allopregnanolone and an allosteric modulator of GABAA receptors.  Since that time, Sage Therapeutics has conducted three randomized controlled trials, enrolling a total of 247 women diagnosed… Read More »

Five ways to boost your gut health this winter and avoid bloating & cramps

Have you been feeling the effects of Christmas over-indulgence? All the booze, fatty foods and sugary snacks can wreak havoc on your gut and leave you with bloating, cramps, gas and even diarrhoea or constipation. Use January as an excuse to give your digestive system a healthy overhaul. Here’s how… 1. Take gut-friendly supplements If… Read More »