So far, nothing has been proven to prevent or cure COVID-19, including any supplements or natural health products. But some, like zinc and vitamin C, are being tested.
While serious vitamin deficiencies aren’t common, you may not be getting enough of these 5 vitamins. Our dietitian explains.
Lack of knowledge about the risks of vitamins and supplements can lead to potential and unforeseen problems.
More isn’t always better, especially when it comes to vitamins. Here are 5 you might be getting too much of.
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In the U.S., 1 in 5 men and 1 in 4 women are estimated to have chronic kidney disease, and most people who have it don’t know it. Find out how you can protect your kidney function.
Not everything in life is simple. Like getting enough nutrients for health bones and joints. Our dietitian explains why it’s best to get them from whole foods, not supplements.
An FDA warning sheds light on questioning if herbal health products and supplements are safe for pregnant women. An ob/gyn discusses what it means.
Pre-workout supplements promise to boost energy and enhance workout performance. But before you gulp one down, it’s important to know what’s actually in it and how it affects your body.
An expert explains the health benefits of calcium, vitamin A and vitamin D and just how much you need to stay in balance.
Find the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our series, “The Short Answer.” Cardiology researcher David Van Wagoner, PhD, answers this one about atrial fibrillation.