New research shows that taking a daily supplement may improve cognition in older adults. In the study, researchers estimated that three years of multivitamin supplementation roughly translated to a 60 percent slowing of cognitive decline.
Pennsylvania children living near unconventional oil and gas developments at birth were two to three times more likely to be diagnosed with leukemia between the ages of 2 and 7 than those who did not live near this oil and gas activity, a novel study from the Yale School of Public Health finds.
Long-term supplementation of selenium and coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) may preserve telomere length, a marker of ageing, and are associated with a reduction in cardiovascular mortality, says a new study from Scandinavia.
Dietary supplement regimens may reduce the direct and indirect medical costs associated with specific disease-associated medical conditions, but only $59 billion are currently being captured, potentially leaving $502 billion in additional savings that could be realized, says a new U.S. report.
Older patients with a history of myocardial infarction could reduce their chances of premature cardiovascular disease and all-cause mortality by consuming sufficient dietary magnesium, according to a Dutch study.