Brain supplements promise to improve memory and focus and cut the risk of dementia. Do these popular products actually work? Here’s what the science says.
Every time you head to the doctor’s office, it’s the same question: “What medications are you taking?” You may know exactly which prescription medications you take every day, but even the most diligent patient may not realize how important it is to tell your healthcare provider about the over-the-counter medications and supplements you take, too.
Wondering if vitamins or supplements could improve your sleep? An expert has some insight.
They’re sugary, sweet, and taste like a treat, but are gummy vitamins actually healthy? And do they offer your body the same benefits as traditional vitamins. A primary care specialist weighs in on whether you should replace your pill-form vitamins with the gummy variety.
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