Recent scientific research on topics relating to vitamins, minerals, diet, exercise, health and well being:
❯ Postmenopausal Women: Take Calcium Supplements and Exercise
❯ An Aspirin-a-Day May Cause Anemia
❯ Link between Kidney Disease, Iron, and Lance Armstrong
❯ Costs and Benefits of a Vegetarian Diet
❯ Should Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease Use Supplements?
❯ Discovering Nutritional Deficiencies
❯ Supplements Benefit Autistic Children
❯ Does Magnesium Relieve Constipation?
❯ Anemia, Iron Deficiency and Sleep Disorders
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Research results may or may not be reliable or applicable to you. The type of research, research independence, the number and composition of study participants, and the methodology influence the reliability and applicability of the results. To improve your consumer know-how, visit the University of Maryland’s “How to be an Informed Consumer" which dissects in a fun and easy-to-understand manner, a 2013 article entitled “Vitamin D – Is More Better?”