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A group of endocrinologists in Sydney have observed that very sick patients tend to have very low levels of Vitamin D. The sicker they are, the lower the levels.
New British research finds that a low intake of vitamins C and A could raise the risk of asthma.
New research reveals men who get more vitamin C lower their chances of developing gout, a painful type of arthritis.
A Canadian researcher suggests that some with schizophrenia may be helped by looking at individual biochemistry, nutrient deficiency, diet and allergies. Dr.
Personal nutrition coach and U.S. nutrition author Jack Challem is challenging a recent study on high doses of vitamin C interfering with chemotherapy drugs.
Large-scale study supports potential role in boosting immune system, more research needed.
Vitamins do a body good, but healthy kids who eat a balanced diet don't really need them.
Teenage girls with higher vitamin D levels may be able to jump higher and faster than their peers with lower levels, British researchers found.
Vitamin D is quickly becoming the "it" nutrient with health benefits for diseases, including cancer, osteoporosis, heart disease and now diabetes.
A new survey conducted in young females connects high vitamin C in the bloodstream with lower blood pressure.