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Vitamin D 'helps beat symptoms of asthma': Supplements could soon be...
Scientists at King's College London have discovered vitamin D has the potential to significantly cut the symptoms of sufferers.
Can vitamin D help you sleep better?
Getting enough deep sleep is arguably one of the most important and overlooked factors for good health.
Sat May 18, 2013
Extra Vitamin D May Ease Crohn's Symptoms, Study Finds
Vitamin D supplements may help those with Crohn's disease overcome the fatigue and decreased muscle strength associated with the inflammatory bowel disease, according to new research.
Fri May 17, 2013
Times of Oman
I feel it in my bones
It has been a well known fact that zinc, calcium and magnesium are three of the most important minerals essential for good health.
Wed May 15, 2013
More vitamin D may lower high blood pressure
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.
Skin Cancer Linked with Lower Alzheimer's Risk
Though it's smart to take steps to prevent skin cancer, people diagnosed with the non-melanoma types of the disease may have a reduced risk of developing Alzheimer's disease, a new study finds.
Tue May 14, 2013
High Cholesterol and Pregnancy
During pregnancy usually the occurrence of a diseases like high blood pressure or diabetes or ailments like headaches or severe swelling of hands and feet are cause for alarm.
Is Meat The Best Brain Food?
Here are five nutrients that are very important for brain function and are only found in animal foods like meat, fish and eggs.
How to maintain strong bones as you age
Each year the number of fractures related to osteoporosis in women is greater than the combined number of heart attacks, strokes, and cases of breast cancer.
Sat May 11, 2013
Holistic food fight: How good mood foods help fight depression
Blood sugar levels alter our moods, so it's mandatory to keep foods in the body that keep blood sugar levels steady.
Fri May 10, 2013
The Washington Post
Mary Carson: There was a low-income clinic that would see people without health insurance, so that's where I was going when I had no health insurance.
Texas Heart Institute
Straight Talk about the calcium controversy from Dr. Stephanie Coulter
Two recent studies have forced us to take another look at a habit that many women have taken up in recent years: taking calcium supplements for healthier and stronger bones.
Searching For Male Fountain of Youth? Go Exercise
Treatments purporting to offer "male rejuvenation" and combat the effects of aging have become popular in recent years, but such claims are not backed up by science, experts say.
Dansville-Genesee Country Expres
Health Watch: Five super nutrients to eat every day
Parents often use the adage "you are what you eat" to encourage children to make healthy food choices, but the saying is equally true for adults.
Thu May 09, 2013
Feds push for mandatory cancer warnings on tanning beds
Despite the fact that millions of Americans, both young and old, are grossly deficient in vitamin D, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is on a crusade to fully discredit one of the best natural sources of this important hormone besides natural sunlight exposure.
Vitamin D and Calcium Supplementation to Prevent Fractures in Adults
"Vitamin D and calcium are known to be important for strong, healthy bones. Both come from certain foods, and vitamin D is also produced in the body after exposure to sunlight.
Sun Exposure May Improve Heart Health
A dose of vitamin D has long been touted as a healthy side effect of sun exposure.
Wed May 08, 2013
May is Mental Health Month
Pathway to Wellness is the theme for this year's "May is Mental Health Month" campaign.
Tue May 07, 2013
Lung dysfunction and nutritional status: Is there any link?
A good Diet may certainly help in different lung ailments. It should be considered as a first line of prevention and treatment.
'Benefits of sun could outweigh skin cancer risk'
The benefits of sun exposure in reducing blood pressure may outweigh the risks of developing skin cancer, scientific research has found.