Women's health

Are dietary supplements getting better?

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Are dietary supplements getting better?

By Hank Schultz

Are dietary supplements getting ‘better?’ Or are the new products that come onto the market merely a matter of churn, replacing tired packaging and marketing concepts with updated versions?

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No BBC, probiotics are not 'quite useless'

By Stephen Daniells

A new BBC article dismisses the benefits of probiotics because a study failed to find colonization. It is a serious mistake to confuse colonization with efficacy and we need to get this message across to consumers.

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Maple leaf extract may prevent wrinkles, research suggests

By Mary Ellen Shoup

Maple leaf extract may have anti-aging effects including the prevention of wrinkle formation by interfering with the breakdown of elastin proteins in the skin, researchers from the University of Rhode Island reported.

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