As more than half of U.S. adults are popping vitamins and supplements, the question remains -- has it made Americans healthier?
Are vitamin D, calcium and magnesium effective in preventing type 2 diabetes? If so, how much should one take?
Elizabeth Cohen explains recent studies detailing how much vitamin D and calcium you need for the right balance.
Vitamin D and calcium have long been touted as the best nutrients for strong bones, muscles and teeth. Recent studies have shown that vitamin D could be used to fight cancer, heart ailments, autoimmune diseases, even diabetes.
How much vitamin D is recommended for those over 55?
The millions of people who take calcium supplements to strengthen aging bones and ward off osteoporosis may be putting themselves at increased risk of a heart attack, a new study has found.
Should middle-age guys who rarely drink milk take a calcium supplement?
Pregnant women could -- and probably should -- consume 10 times more vitamin D than experts currently recommend, according to a new study.
The vast majority of infants in the U.S. are not getting the vitamin D that they need, even if they are fed vitamin-enriched formula, a new study has found.
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