Medical researchers are surprised with study results that indicate taking a synthetic vitamin E in high doses significantly increased the risk of prostate cancer.
Many ask whether multivitamin supplements are really good for us. Research has found they may help reduce early death but there are some caveats too.
The H1N1 Swine Flu virus can serve us with another outbreak at any time. Research proves that a Chinese herbal formula treats H1N1.
Research is confirming the ancient Ayurvedic spice turmeric can treat not only type-2 diabetes, but also type-1 by boosting insulin production.
Canteloupes were involved in a Listeria outbreak in 2011. Find out what caused the outbreak and how to avoid being infected.
Suicides are often avoidable. Research links suicides among teens to a lack of sleep or insomnia.
Research links Alzheimer’s disease to diet and exercise – two of the most changeable areas of our lifestyle.
ADHD has been linked to eating the Western diet. Find out what the Western diet is and how it can produce ADHD.
Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are often used by pregnant women to reduce pain and inflammation. Turns out they also increase the risk of miscarriages.
Research confirms that mineral deficiencies often occur in children with ADHD.
Plant sterols, nuts, soy and fiber have been proven to reduce bad cholesterol, LDL-c.
Researchers have found that extracts from papaya leaf inhibit cancer cells and the growth of cancer.
Iron is a necessary nutrient but there is a downside to overloading with iron in supplements. Turns out iron contributes to artery disease and LDL-cholesterol oxidation.
Research continues to find benefits for the Mediterranean diet. This includes a reduction in metabolic syndrome.