November 18, 2019

Plant-Based Diet May Prevent Cognitive Decline

New research finds that following a diet rich in plant-based foods during midlife is associated with a significantly lower risk of cognitive impairment later in life.
November 15, 2019

Omega-3 Fatty Acids May Improve Brain Health In People With Heart Disease

A new study has found that taking omega-3 fatty acid supplements is associated with better brain function in people with coronary artery disease.
November 8, 2019

Supplements Significantly Reduce Child Mortality

More than half of child deaths worldwide stem from preventable causes, such as adverse effects from malnutrition. A new study led by researchers at the University of California, Davis, finds that child mortality significantly drops when children receive nutritional supplements rich in vitamins, minerals and essential fatty acids.
November 7, 2019

Any Amount Of Running Linked To Significantly Lower Risk Of Death

Any amount of running is linked to a significantly lower risk of death from any cause, finds a pooled analysis of the available evidence, published online in the British Journal of Sports Medicine.
October 29, 2019

Vitamin D Deficiency Linked To Poor Muscle Function In Older Adults

Low vitamin D levels are an important determinant of skeletal muscle function in adults aged 60 years and over, warn Irish researchers calling for more action to tackle deficiency.
October 22, 2019

Clinical Trial Data Suggests Vitamin D May Help Elderly Populations Fight Depression

New clinical trial data suggests supplementation with vitamin D3 could help improve depression scores in older adults with moderate to severe depression.
October 17, 2019

Vitamin D Oral Sprays Just As Effective As Pills, Researchers Say

An oral spray method of vitamin D supplementation can provide the same rate of improvement in vitamin D levels as compared to pills, according to newly published research.
October 11, 2019

Bad News for Pharma: Yet Another Study Suggests Healthier Diets May Reduce Depression

Young adults with depression whose diet is usually unhealthy showed significantly fewer symptoms of depression after eating a healthy diet for three weeks, according to an Australian study.