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Every day, millions of Americans take supplements to get the vitamins and nutrients their bodies need to stay healthy.
Along with doctors and child-care providers, fitness trainers are on the front lines of flu and common cold exposure.
A low blood level of vitamin B12 may be linked to an increased risk of fractures in older men, according to new research.
When I was growing up my mom gave me a multivitamin every day as a defense against unnamed dread diseases.
Gollum: Maybe if he took a daily vitamin, improved his diet and got outside more he'd have done better.
MedlinePlus, the publishing arm of the National Institute of Health released a new study from the NIH's National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine on Dec. 16, 2013.
An editorial panel of medical doctors says the case is now closed for multivitamins: they don't help well-nourished adults.
"There is really no evidence of benefit and there is evidence of harm. Our recommendation is don't waste your money," said Dr. Edgar Miller from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
More than half of all adults in the United States take some sort of multivitamin; many do so in hopes of preventing heart disease and cancer or even to aid with memory.
A 3-strain probiotic blend can reduce the occurrence of a bowel condition common among premature babies, researchers writing in Pediatrics journal have found.
A much happier, healthier Jill Graham and the 'rock bottom' photograph she saw in December 2007 that prompted her to take action.
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Eating a vegetarian diet can be very healthful and rewarding. However, most vegetarians - including soon-to-be vegetarians and their meat-eating loved ones - are concerned about getting adequate protein.
The struggle at the dinner table between parents and their picky eaters isn't uncommon.
With more than 200 rhinoviruses known to cause the common cold, it is unlikely that will change any time soon.
Town and Style Magazine ran a wonderful article on maternal care this week. The Saint Louis Obstetrical and Gynecological Society has been serving the city since 1877.