Vitamin D may be great, but it's no cure-all.
Lifestyle Center: Supplements
Fish oil isn't just good for your heart. New evidence suggests it may be good for your waistline, too.
You probably don’t spend your free time wondering whether you’re getting enough vitamin D in your daily diet. But you may want to reconsider.
Vitamin D is essential for building strong bones. But new evidence suggests that it may also play an important role in protecting against cognitive d...
A healthy diet equals a healthy you, right? Unfortunately, that may only be the case if your diet is actually healthy.
Omega-3 pills are among the most popular dietary supplements in the US. But these pills may not be living up to their claims.
Efforts to crack down on unregulated drugs and dietary supplements are ongoing, with Iowa Select Herbs LLC the latest target of scrutiny by the US Fo...
There may now be a safe and effective way to help at-risk patients stave off mental illness — and you can find it almost anywhere.
Some obese teens turn to dietary supplements to try to improve their health. In the case of vitamin D, that might not necessarily be a good thing.
They're a billion-dollar industry, but are fish oil supplements all they're cracked up to be? Maybe not.
Many men who hit the gym regularly may be falling prey to what some consider an emerging eating disorder.
Low levels of vitamin D can be a problem for older women, but supplements may not be the answer.
Should doctors recommend homeopathy over conventional medicine?
Kids may now need to drink their milk for more reasons that just to "grow up big and strong."
A cup of coffee in the morning can be an effective pick-me-up. But, when it comes to concentrated caffeine, there may be a fine line between a health...
Many probiotic products claim to ease digestive issues. But probiotic fans with gluten allergies may need to watch out.
If a supplement is good for, say, bone health, most people would feel wise to use it. However, the situation can get sticky when that same supplement...
Some supplements promise to boost metabolism, build muscle, give you extreme energy and promote fat loss. Sounds pretty good, right? Maybe not.