Scientists believe that B vitamins have the power to lower the blood level of homocysteine, a compound that contributes to atherosclerosis.
A new study has suggested that one in seven American adolescents is vitamin D deficient.
Researchers believe that higher intake of vitamin C may reduce the risk of developing gout, a type of arthritis, in men.
British scientists have found evidence that even moderate alcohol intake may be associated with a higher risk of developing certain types of cancer.
If you are suffering from acid indigestion and acid reflux and those antacid tablets or pills aren’t providing much relief, your problem may not be too much acid but too little. Read this article to get a new slant on an old problem and what you can do about it…
New information has emerged about the cholesterol-fighting properties of strawberries.
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…