In a recent paper published in the Molecular Oncology journal, scientists at the German Cancer Research Center calculated that if all Germans over the age of 50 were to take vitamin D supplements, up to 30,000 cancer deaths per year could possibly be avoided and more than 300,000 years of life could be gained. In addition, healthcare costs could be saved.
A new systemic review and analysis of clinical trials has found that bleeding of the gums on gentle probing, called gingival bleeding tendency, and also bleeding in the eye, called retinal hemorrhaging, is associated with low vitamin C levels in the bloodstream.
The 37th annual report from the American Association of Poison Control Centers once again shows zero deaths from any vitamin. If vitamin supplements are allegedly so "dangerous," as the news media and even some physicians still claim, then where are the bodies?
A study led by scientists from the University of Granada has found that a supplement of Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10), an essential molecule for life, could constitute a valuable complementary therapeutic option in the treatment of certain mitochondrial diseases, colon cancer, thyroid carcinoma, and Crohn's disease.
A new study published in Nutrition Research has found that children born to a mother with a low intake of vitamin B12 during pregnancy were at increased risk of adverse development specific to certain speech and mathematical abilities.