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12.20.2018
New Hope for Vitamin E: Supplements May Slow Symptoms of Alzheimer’s
The latest study shows vitamin E may have more benefits than memory drugs in combating the disease.
12.20.2018
Multivitamin supplementation associated with lower cataract risk
The February, 2014 issue of the journal Ophthalmology published the findings of a team from Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School of a protective effect for multivitamin supplements against the risk of cataract development in middle-aged men.
12.20.2018
Vitamin D deficiency linked to compromised immune function
Seniors who are deficient in vitamin D also tend to have compromised immune functions including inflammation and biomarkers for heart disease, according to new research.
12.20.2018
Omega-3-rich fish intake during pregnancy may boost birth weight for babies
Higher intakes of fish during pregnancy may lead to infants with a higher birth weight, as well as reducing the risk of pre-term births, according to data from 19 European birth cohort studies.
12.20.2018
Study shows vitamin A deficiency promotes type 2 barrier immunity
A team of researchers made up of members from a variety of institutions across the U.S. has found that a lack of vitamin A in the diet may help ward off worm infections. In their paper published in the journal Science, the team describes several experiments they conducted with vitamin A and mice to learn about its impact on barrier immunity and what they f...
12.20.2018
Vitamin A may benefit TB patients
The March 1, 2014 issue of the Journal of Immunology published the finding of researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles of a mechanism for vitamin A against the bacteria that cause tuberculosis.
12.20.2018
Vitamin B5 derivative may slash bad cholesterol by 11%
Daily supplements containing branded pantethine ingredient Pantesin, a vitamin B5 derivative, may reduce LDL and total cholesterol by 11% and 6%, respectively, according to a new study.
12.20.2018
Omega-3 supplements may boost neuropsychological measures for kids who need most support
Daily supplements of omega-3 fatty acids may improve attention, processing speed, executivefunction and hand-to-eye coordination in malnourished children, scientists report.
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