A daily multivitamin doesn’t protect against heart attack, stroke or heart-related death, according to a new large-scale study among men
There hasn’t been strong evidence to support the idea that vitamins can combat cancer—until now.
And the hunt for the cure to the common cold continues
If you want to protect your heart, stick to exercise and a healthy diet, and pass on the fish oil pills, says a new study.
A meta-analysis finds that taking omega-3 supplements may not do much to preserve memory, but here’s why the finding isn’t the last word.
Postmenopausal women shouldn’t take low-dose supplements of vitamin D and calcium in hopes of preventing broken bones, a government panel recommended on Tuesday.
Many aging women add soy to their diets for its widely touted health benefits. But a recent study finds that better brain function isn’t one of them.
Popping a couple zinc supplements at the start of cold could save about two days of sniffling, at least for adults, finds a new review.
A new study finds that omega-3 fatty acids don’t help patients with heart disease avoid future heart-related problems.
We may have the final word on homocysteine: higher blood levels of the amino acid don’t raise people’s risk of heart disease after all.
Vitamin D has been touted as a magic bullet, protecting against bone fractures, heart disease and even cancer. Now, a government group takes a closer look at the data.
Roxanne Green is a corporate ingredient-reader. What that means is she gets paid to do what savvy (neurotic?) consumers spend hours doing in the cosmetics aisle.
(Updated) Ever wish you could mainline your coffee? Well, here’s the next best thing: AeroShot, a new product that delivers “inhalable” caffeinated puffs, and has got productivity-obsessed technophiles buzzing.