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Struggling with the black dog of depression? The supplement aisle abounds with options for people seeking a non-medicinal remedy — but figuring out what works and what doesn't can be a challenge for consumers and experts alike. That's because...
Tags: Philosophy, Lithium (drug), Stress, Medical Research, Depression
Seaweed can shrink your waistline. Grow your hair. Bring down your blood pressure along with your blood sugar. Build up the strength of your bones and your brain. Make your joints stop aching and your bowels get moving. Give cancer short shrift, and...
Remember chia pets? Rinsing your hair with beer? Food that's just food — no soy protein isolate, xanthan gum, red dye No. 40 or mystery ingredients from the Amazon rain forest? Well, chia is back, big time (the seeds, not the chia pets). And so...
Q: Should I be drinking the orange juice that has calcium and vitamin D added to it? A: Major brands are selling orange juice with about 350 milligrams of calcium and 100 international units of vitamin D added to each 8-ounce serving. Many Americans don'...
Tags: Colon Cancer, Calcium, Dietary Supplements, Health, Heart Attack
Tribune Media ServicesA parent emailed me via our iPhone App recently to ask if her child's constipation, which started as he was transitioning from formula to whole milk, could be a sign of lactose intolerance. She was concerned because her son was having very hard stools....
Tags: Symptoms, Diarrhea, Constipation, Dietary Supplements, Calcium
As you pack your bags, remove your shoes at security and kill time at the gate, your health is likely the last thing on your mind. But the fact is that traveling, whether for work or play, can take its toll on your physical condition. Here are five...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Older women whose diet include too little calcium or water — or too much salt — have an increased risk of developing kidney stones, a study confirms. Researchers found that among more than 78,000 U.S. women in...
Fifty-percent of Americans take vitamins and supplements, according to government surveys. Some have proven benefits. Calcium combined with vitamin D is known to benefit bones, and it’s among the supplements worth considering, according to Consumer...
William Allen Hogue, 84, of Holtville, passed away April 8. Graveside services were held April 20, at Terrace Park Cemetery in Holtville. Western dress was encouraged. The service would have pleased Billy. Most of the mourners were in Western dress....
This is another great year for clover. You as a producer should be monitoring your pastures. What is bloat? Ruminal tympany, or bloat, can result in lost animal performance and in severe cases, death. It occurs as a result of a buildup of fermentation...
It has a smoky, bitter taste, a deeply unpleasant odor and bears a close resemblance to black gobs of tar. Pricey tar, mind you: 10 grams (a month's supply) will set you back $80. The substance, called shilajit, is an ancient ayurvedic medicine. On...
As a sport dietitian, I find it very interesting to be on the sideline listening to what parents and players have to say about feeding and hydrating lacrosse players. Where do they get this information? Do they really believe that three Red Bulls before a...
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