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Could vitamin E help prevent pneumonia in the elderly?

Taking 50mg of vitamin E decreased the risk of pneumonia in elderly male smokers by as much as 72% but, say researchers, the picture remains complex.

10 October, 2016

CoQ10 supplements could improve facial wrinkles

Supplementing with 150mg co-enzyme Q10 daily could help reduce wrinkles around the eyes, mouth and lips, according to a new study.

27 September, 2016

Spirulina has anti-fatigue benefits, study shows

Supplementing with spirulina may increase people’s ability to resist mental and physical fatigue in both the short- and long-term, according to new preliminary data.

27 September, 2016

Vitamin D can reduce asthma attacks

New research has found that vitamin D supplements, taken in addition to standard asthma medication, can reduce severe asthma attacks.

12 September, 2016

Vitamin A compound lowers bowel cancer risk

New evidence shows that retinoic acid can reduce the inflammation in the gut that is associated with a higher risk of colorectal cancer.

5 September, 2016

Selenium may protect against liver cancer

New research shows that show that high blood selenium levels are associated with a decreased risk of developing liver cancer.

1 September, 2016

Long-term multivitamin use protects men’s hearts

A daily multivitamin may protect men from cardiovascular events such as heart attack and stroke over the longer-term, says a new study.

15 August, 2016

Adults across the world not getting enough omega-3

A new analysis shows that, in many areas of the world, otherwise healthy individuals’ blood levels of essential omega-3 are very low – risking potentially longer-term health problems.

10 August, 2016

Higher omega-3 consumption could cut EU healthcare costs by billions

Supplementing with just 1000mg omega-3 daily could lower heart disease risk and cut healthcare costs across Europe by billions each year.

31 May, 2016

European authority issues vitamin D recommendations

Acknowledging the possibility of deficiency, the European Food Safety Authority has issued recommendations for minimum levels of daily vitamin D. But is the new minimum still too low?

29 March, 2016