Health Newsletters & Daily Tips
When it comes to feeding infants, there really is no "good" alternative to breast milk--although theoretically one could be formulated around plant proteins.
According to current thinking, there be no such thing as a single "cure for cancer." Fortunately, current thinking may not be entirely correct
If you want to optimize your chances for good health, you have to choose the best option available--regardless of which camp (alternative or mainstream) it comes from.
A coincidental, opportunistic lining up of forces and events is about to significantly impact your ability to purchase the supplements you want.
A recent study concluded that factors other than diet and physical activity may be contributing to the increase in BMI over time. But is it true?
The headlines have not been kind to dietary supplements over the last several weeks.
When all is said and done, it looks like the world dodged the proverbial bullet at Fukushima. There is no guarantee we’ll be so lucky the next time.
The BMJ just published an analysis showing that the popular antidepressant paroxetine (sold as Paxil in the US and Seroxat in the UK) is neither safe nor effective for adolescents with depression.
Claiming, as does the WebMD article, that 13,000 studies supporting the benefit of probiotics in improving health is not enough to give us some sense of surety, seems, to say the least, a bit contrarian
When it comes to vaccines, reason and nuance are in short supply and, in any case, despised on both sides of the argument.