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We've heard a lot about how vitamins and health supplements are basically the modern-day equivalent of snake oil. But there are a very small number of them that medical studies suggest can actually help your health. Over at Smithsonian , Joseph
After years of horror stories and hysterical cautions by many media outlets about the harmful effects of the sun and the necessity of slathering on plenty of high SPF sunscreen, the benefits of the vitamin that humans make from their exposure to it
It means, the charity says, November-born babies are far less likely to have the chronic condition compared to those born in May. Time for a November baby: Babies conceived on Valentine's Day are the least likely to suffer from Multiple Sclerosis
School-age kids who do not get enough vitamin A are more likely to get sick with gastrointestinal and respiratory illnesses, the Journal of Nutrition found. The study followed nearly 2,800 children, ages 5-12 over the course of a year in the US.
More than 100 Americans will be deliberately infected with live influenza viruses this year as part of a devious government medical experiment designed to help the pharmaceutical industry develop new flu vaccines. The Associated Press (AP) reports
In Summary Though it's a cliche, insects do love sweet blood, so try to curb your sweet tooth. Green tea is also believed to help to restrict the build-up of blood cholesterol, lower blood-sugar levels, reduce high blood pressure and suppress ageing.
Vitamin D had been gaining a reputation as a ''wonder supplement." Studies have suggested it can help bone and heart health , ease mild depression , and lower the risk of cancer . Others have suggested it might help people with fibromyalgia ,
A 57-year-old woman had her vitamin D level checked by her primary care physician based on her mix of risk factors, and the level was found to be low. Her doctor prescribed a high-dose vitamin D supplement of 50,000 IU administered once a week...
Despite the Kingdom being among the top countries in the world in terms of exposure to sunlight, Saudis ironically suffer from a severe lack of vitamin D, of which the sun is a natural source. This was revealed by Nasser bin Mohammed Al-Daggrey,
It is clearly associated with diabetes, blood pressure and obesity Present day lifestyle, characterised by unearthly working hours and less outdoor activity, has created a large population of patients with inherent Vitamin D deficiency, doctors