In recent days, critical voices have spoken out against the FDA’s approach to the regulation of dietary supplements which they say overburdens their producers and benefits big pharma.
Scientists have found that both green and black tea may be useful in preventing serious cardiovascular events.
The American Heart Month may have ended last week, but a sports association’s healthy heart tips continue to inform and educate about beneficial lifestyle choices.
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…
The FDA may have stated that melamine is safe in small doses, but food manufacturers seem to be playing it safe and recalling tainted products.
Two recent reports reveal that the rate of MRSA positivity among emergency room workers is more common than previously thought.
In a climate where pharmaceutical drugs and traditional OTC medications can cause side effects and dangerous interactions, consumers are increasingly looking to alternative and natural products for relief of flu symptoms.
The Food and Drug Administration has issued its first approval for a medication that is produced using material from genetically engineered (GE) animals.
Scientists suspect that isoflavones may be able to reverse the androgenic effects of a steroid synthesized in the human body and play a role in prostate cancer prevention.
A recent Government Accountability Office report on the supplement market regulation has met with a mixed response from a leading industry association.