Calcium supplements help menopausal women avoid osteoporosis, but a newly published paper shows that they have significant benefits in pregnant women as well.
Low thyroid function is called hypothyroidism—a serious but easy to detect condition that directly relates to our quality of life. Blood cholesterol is elevated in persons with a lower-functioning thyroid. But when the thyroid is overactive, there is a loss of calcium. And there is a definite link between hypothyroidism and heart disease… even in the very young! Read this article to find out why…
A large study has found a drop in breast cancer cases after a reduction in the use of certain types of hormone replacement therapy.
While the benefits of fish oil are well known, many people object to the often unpleasant taste of related supplements. Thankfully, a health newsletter has some tips that may help remedy the problem.
Aspirin is the most widely used drug to combat heart disease. Yet, aspirin doesn’t lower cholesterol. It doesn’t lower blood pressure. It doesn’t lower high blood sugar in Type 2 diabetes and it doesn’t reduce excess body fat. I have always been opposed to aspirin, as any drug, but continuous studies dilute some of my hard conviction against aspirin. Let me tell you why in this article, so read further…
Scientists have discovered new health benefits from soyfood consumption in older women.
Environmental contaminants may be causing cancers in inhabitants of three counties in Eastern Pennsylvania.
It is widely known that vitamin D is crucial in early years of life for proper bone development, but a new study sheds light on benefits that come later in life as well.
Scientists believe that they have uncovered more evidence supporting the theory that declining male fertility is partially linked to the level of water contamination.
Researchers have discovered a possible connection between chemical compounds commonly found in household products and lower fertility rates in women.