Taking vitamins on an empty stomach can make you feel sick. Skip the stomach ache by taking them with food, using easy-to-digest formats and reducing your dose size.
An expert explains the health benefits of calcium, vitamin A and vitamin D and just how much you need to stay in balance.
The FDA has issued an alert on biotin, a supplement often prescribed for healthy hair, skin and nails. Find out if high levels of biotin could be throwing off your lab test results.
With winter and cold and flu season getting started, it’s important to know what vitamin C does and doesn’t help.
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Lack of knowledge about the risks of these vitamins and supplements can lead to potential and unforeseen problems.
Vitamin D is well-known for its role in prevention and treatment of bone health issues; A new study looks at whether taking a high-dose vitamin D supplement could help prevent heart disease as well.
Are certain vitamins or supplements beneficial for peripheral artery disease (PAD)? Find out which supplements are safe to take and which ones can be risky when you have PAD.
Probiotics add another layer of good microorganisms to the already existing good ones. Although probiotics are not a digestive cure-all, they can be highly beneficial to kids and adults.
Some people with macular degeneration take a vitamin supplement like zinc to help protect against vision loss. But is that the best choice? Research shows a mix of specific vitamins and minerals that can be safer and more effective.
The old saying, “An apple a day can keep the doctor away,” may have truth behind it after all. Eating nourishing foods rich in certain vitamins can help your immune system fight off illness.