58 min ago | ConsumerAffairs.Com
A former reporter and bureau chief for broadcast outlets and magazines, Truman Lewis has covered presidential campaigns, state politics and stories ranging from organized crime to environmental protection.
58 min ago | Mental Help Net
Glucosamine supplements that millions of Americans take to help treat hip and knee osteoarthritis may have an unexpected side effect: They may increase risk for developing glaucoma, a small new study of older adults suggests.
4 hrs ago | New Hampshire Public Radio -
Canned peaches can pack as many, or in some cases, more nutrients than fresh ones, research suggests.
5 hrs ago | NutraIngredients-USA
Vitamin C as a cancer treatment adjunct received a boost with the release of recent research results in the May edition of Cancer Chemotherapy and Pharmacology.
6 hrs ago | Newkerala.com
New Delhi, May 23 : Easy-to-prepare summer salads can help you feel cool in the soaring temperatures, suggest chefs, who recommend nutritious and light preparations to beat the heat.
7 hrs ago | BeautyNewsNYC
It is common knowledge now that there is a correlation between good nutrition, health and beauty.
8 hrs ago | IVillage
These tasty legumes are high in healthy monounsaturated fat and fiber and are loaded with nutrients.
8 hrs ago | KNDO
Most entrepreneurs are accustomed to long days and hectic schedules. But if you want to make smart decisions for your company, what you put in your body matters almost as much as how many hours you put in at the office.
11 hrs ago | Supermarket Guru
Sweet or savory, hot or mild, relish is nothing more than some chopped and preserved fruits and vegetables, depending on the variety; and therefore contains all of the health benefits of the produce it contains.
There are sleeping pills you can take at night and energy supplements you can take in the morning, but now there's also something you can take before you go to bed that claims to get you going when you wake up.
Pregnant women who skip out on foods that contain iodine, like milk and fish, may be lowering their baby's IQ and reading abilities.
A Dr. in Dubai is speaking out about a vitamin D deficiency and linking it to the high rate of infertility among women in the GCC .
Mark Huffman has been a consumer news reporter for ConsumerAffairs since 2004. He covers real estate, gas prices and the economy and has reported extensively on negative-option sales.
With more than 40 million people-roughly a third of working Americans-not getting enough shut-eye, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, it's no wonder that industries ranging from furniture makers to pharmaceutical companies are making big money by offering to help people get the recommended seven to nine hours a night.
The blue light from laptops, TVs and tablets is particularly good at disrupting the body's natural sleep cycle.
The importance of getting adequate omega-3s in our diet has been drilled into our heads.
An analysis of chemicals in primate teeth shows that a Neandertal infant nursed exclusively for a little more than 7 months By measuring the relative amounts of barium and calcium on a tooth's growth lines, scientists showed that a Neandertal infant probably switched to a solid diet relatively early.
Women taking a daily dose of calcium have a 22 percent cut in death risk, but no statistical benefit was shown for men A new study shows a 22 per cent lower risk of dying over a 10-year period compared with women who are not taking supplements regularly.