Something as simple as taking high doses of vitamin D could reduce arterial stiffness in populations at high risk of heart disease and cardiac-related death, according to a study out of Augusta University.
Overabundance of subpar food choices raises obesity rates more than food deserts, according to a new study.
Research is finding that the supplement N-acetylcysteine has potential to decrease endometriosis and improve fertility.
In The Truth About Cold and Flu Supplements, Consumer Reports uses small risks to overshadow proven benefits. Is it an abundance of caution to negate an abundance of benefit?
Is K2-7 the most heart-healthy vitamin? A new study replicates results on hardening of the arteries.
Most milk alternatives contain insufficient levels of iodine, a mineral needed by the body for metabolism and thyroid function, researchers say.
Children grok to cartoon characters plastered on products. This much we know.
A six-year study found more antioxidant activity and higher flavonol content in organic onions over conventional.
A new study in millennials shows that a PUFA-rich diet may improve levels of certain hormones with importance for weight control.
The macular carotenoids lutein and zeaxanthin may protect eyes from prolonged use of digital screens, according to a new study.