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According to the American Heart Association, metabolic syndrome has become common in the United States. Approximately 20-25
Declines in the underlying brain skills needed to think, remember and learn are normal in aging. In fact, this cognitive
According to Dr. Tod Cooperman, MD, president of ConsumerLab.com of White Plains, NY, a recent evaluation of red yeast rice
A recent study done by scientists at Oregon State University and several other institutions examined the metabolic effects
A managed wellness lifestyle can improve cholesterol levels.As purveyors of dietary supplements, no doubt retailers receive
Despite a turbulent year in the media, EFAs are bouncing back as shoppers demand personalized and eco-friendly omegas.Just
Replenishing depleted nutrients as we age can keep us young at heart.It’s no secret that as we age, we lose vital
Fraser Kershaw is the founder of Water Works, a charitable organization with the goal to provide clean, safe drinking water
Dean of Academics, Huntington College of Health SciencesHomocysteine is a byproduct of normal protein metabolism. It is
To a very large extent, the health of the liver determines a person’s overall health, energy levels and immune function.
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