There may be a link between lower cholesterol levels and prostate cancer prevention, researchers from Boston have announced.
As we mark the National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, experts have offered advice on screening and proposed some simple steps that may enhance colon health into old age.
Doctors have suggested that not all digestive problems are related to food consumption and not all of them need to be treated with medication. Meanwhile, a new study has found that the number of products containing probiotics has grown substantially in the past year.
Men who have prostate cancer have autoimmune disease—our immune system begins to view the prostate as foreign and attacks it. So we attack the prostate with surgery, radium and androgen-blockage. And prostate physicians and surgeons believe that testosterone causes this cancer, so they immediately initiate a testosterone blockade. But there are better ways to deal with prostate cancer as you will find out when you read this article…
One way to suppress nutrition and its health benefits is the establishment of a nebulous, arbitrary and meaningless standard of measurement such as the RDA or “Recommended Daily Allowance.” The purpose of the RDA hoax is to get the public to accept it as the gold standard. Now read what has happened when the RDA has been applied to vitamin D and iodine…
A recent Government Accountability Office report on the supplement market regulation has met with a mixed response from a leading industry association.
Scientists have demonstrated that antioxidants may shield animals from hearing loss due to noise exposure. Now they are trying to establish if this would also work in humans.
New research has found that a surprising number of women fail to take proper care of their health before becoming pregnant.
State senators are debating a ban on artificial food coloring which some say is linked to attention deficit disorder in children.
A new study sheds light on the role of dietary supplements in the treatment of patients with chronic kidney disease who require dialysis.