11 hrs ago
Vitamin D ups bowel cancer survival odds, study finds
Bowel cancer patients with high levels of vitamin D in their blood are more likely to survive the disease, a study shows.
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13 hrs ago
Calcium-collagen combination shows bone health benefits for post-menopausal women
Daily supplements containing AIDP's calcium-collagen ingredient KoACT for 12 months was associated with significant improvements in bone health for post-menopausal women.
17 hrs ago
Vitamin D reported to improve survival among colorectal cancer patients
A new study by researchers in the United Kingdom has found that maintaining an adequate Vitamin D level increases survival among colorectal cancer patients Many Americans are unaware that they have low Vitamin D levels, and a number of health problems have been linked to that situation.
Sunshine vitamin D boosts survival chances in bowel cancer-study
Bowel cancer patients with high levels of vitamin D in their blood are more likely to survive the disease, according to research published on Wednesday.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Ukiah Daily Journal
Osteoporosis: Not just a concern for the elderly
By the age of 20, 98 percent of one's skeletal mass is acquired, so the bones need to be built strong by this point.
New data shows proprietary calcium and collagen formulation KoACT superior for bone health
City of Industry, CA - July 8, 2014 - Data presented at April's Experimental Biology 2014 Annual Scientific Meeting shows that KoACT, a dietary supplement that combines a proprietary formulation of calcium and collagen is optimal for bone strength and flexibility in post-menopausal women.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Cape Cod Times
Hair's What I Think or Let's Shake on It
Let's talk business. I've owned Salon in the Mills, for sixteen years, now. I like it.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
Gingers could become extinct due to climate change, experts warn
Scientists believe the gene that causes red hair is an evolutionary response to cloudy skies and allows inhabitants to get as much Vitamin D as possible.
Prolonged sitting linked to cancer, study shows
Exercise before or after a sedentary work day may not reverse the damage sitting has done already, a new literature review study says.
Sat Jul 05, 2014
Silicon Alley Insider
6 Surprising Reasons That You Should Get Some Sun This Weekend
Contrary to what you've heard, the sun isn't all bad. But if you are spending extended amounts of time outside, don't forget to use sunscreen.
Keeping Sun Damage Under Control
There's no doubt the sun is a wonderful, life giving force. Warm sunshine seeping into our skin can be a comforting and relaxing feeling.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
Compelling evidence: Slathering on toxic sunscreen and avoiding the...
According to a June 2014 article featured in The Independent , a major study conducted by researchers at the Karolinska Institute in Sweden found that women who avoid sunbathing during the summer are twice as likely to die as those who sunbathe every day.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
The Coastal Courier
Study: Prolonged sitti...
Exercise before or after a sedentary work day may not reverse the damage sitting has done already, a new literature review study says Exercise before or after a sedentary work day may not reverse the damage sitting has done already, a new literature review study says.
Got milk? Good
Consumers have a hard time today trying to improve their diets. They are bombarded with conflicting advice, dueling studies and "experts" on TV hawking their latest book promising miracle results.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Natural Holistic Health
The Health Benefits of Cod Liver Oil
It has long been said that eating fish is a healthy choice for the body. The oils contained in fish are rich in substances that the body needs to maintain itself.
Vitamin D supplementation - how will it help me improve my health?
Imagine a line stretching across the U.S. from Philadelphia in the East to just north of San Francisco in the West.
Tue Jul 01, 2014
Health District: Get Some Sun This Summer But Protect Yourself
The Trumbull-Monroe Health District is advising residents to get out and enjoy the sun this summer but reminding them to take precautions.
American Academy of Family Physicians
Evidence Lacking to Recommend Vitamin D Deficiency Screening in Adults
It's difficult to pinpoint the proportion of the U.S. population at risk for vitamin D deficiency, especially given the variance in how deficiency is defined across studies.
Mon Jun 30, 2014
Vitamin D may not ward off Type 2 diabetes
Vitamin D supplementation is unlikely to improve glycaemic measures in people with prediabetes, show the findings of a randomised trial.
Vitamin D Deficiency Linked to Higher Risk of Cardiovascular and Cancer Death
A vitamin D boost may prevent early death from heart disease and cancer, according to a large scale study by Mount Sinai and a consortium of international collaborators, published online in the June issue of BMJ .