The catechins found in green tea may benefit arthritis patients by
reducing the degradation of cartilage, according to an in vitro
study conducted at the University of Sheffield Medical School in
Daily calcium supplementation can significantly affect the
development of optimum bone mass in teenaged girls, according to
research presented this week at the Fifth International Symposium:
Clinical Advances in Osteoporosis.
There is yet more evidence this week that the holy grail of
over-eaters - a pill which can help them lose weight - may yet
become a reality. Researchers from the University of Dundee in
Scotland have discovered how the body burns...
Coffee has had a lot of press recently, both good and bad. The
latest research puts it firmly in the good camp, with Italian
scientists discovering that coffee can help prevent some forms of
New evidence unveiled this week at the annual meeting of the
American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology shows that
children with food allergies are not consuming the recommended
number of servings of vital foods. In particular,...
A major new survey of supplement users in the US carried out by
ConsumerLab.com has highlighted some interesting facts - not least
that many supplement users are afraid of the safety and possible
side effects of prescription drug...
Eating tomatoes or tomato products on a regular basis can help
combat the risk of prostate cancer, according to new research
released this week. But the evidence remained inconclusive as to
whether it was the only the lycopene in...
Heart disease patients who stop using cholesterol-lowering drugs
while they are hospitalised for chest pain are trebling their risk
of death or heart attack, according to research in the rapid access
publication of Circulation: Journal...
People with food allergies depend heavily on the information
provided on food labels to protect them from potentially fatal
attacks, but new research shows that there is a still a long way to
go before the level of information provided...