Probiotics may be good for gut health. But according to researchers, more studies are needed before recommending a daily intake of probiotics
A two-year study on this grape-derived supplement in post-menopausal women finds that these supplements reduced aches and pains, less hot flashes, better sleep and more.
While scientists have feverishly investigated the best ways to reduce risk for COVID-19, the public has received scant information about a potentially powerful protector—maintain...
Chamomile is more than a nice drink at bedtime. It strengthens immunity, eases PMS, relieves eczema, lowers anxiety, boosts oral health and more.
N-acetyl cysteine (NAC) helps respiratory conditions such as asthma and emphysema. Learn how to take it without risking cancer and other diseases.
Vitamin and mineral supplements seniors take can cause choking because the pills are too large. Here’s how to safely swallow pills and capsules.
Most people take supplements for extra vitamins and minerals. But sometimes high-dose therapy with IV nutrients is better for flu, migraine and more…
Yes, antibiotics upset the good bacteria in your digestive system, but restoring a healthy gut microbiome may require a different strategy.
If you have cognitive issues along with GI symptoms, this otherwise helpful supplement could be upsetting gut health.
Herbal supplements can raise or lower your blood pressure. To be safe, learn which supplements do what…
Turmeric and its active ingredient curcumin have similar—and their own—health benefits. Here’s the best way to get the most benefit from each.
Gummy supplements aren’t all they’re supposed to be. Here’s what you need to know before adding them to your daily routine.
Taking this herbal supplement a few days before a long flight or car trip can help prevent leg swelling—or worse.
This Bay-Area Buddhist lived a simple, clean life, but suddenly became quite ill when she started drinking an “innocuous” Chinese herbal tea.
Collagen supplements are highly hyped. Here’s the truth about what they can—and can’t—do for your skin and joints.
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