There is a new trend in the supplement world known as ‘superfood powders.’
With the death toll from the Ebola virus now having topped 4,000 people – including one fatality in the U.S. – consumer advocates have been warning of scams that take advantage of people’s fears about the disease.
When you buy a bottle of wine, you think you are paying for vintages made in a specific region – but what are you really getting?
Many doctors still believe that screening and vitamin D supplements are important for good health.
Some people claim that deer antler spray is a performance enhancing supplement that can promote healing and increase strength.
Vitamins and other dietary supplements are a $30 billion per year industry, and half of all Americans take them. But could you be wasting your money, or even hurting yourself?
Dr. Steven Lamm, internist and faculty member at New York University School of Medicine, walks us through some of the best, simple, natural things you can do on your journey to better health and longevity.
For nearly 10 percent of the population, painful migraines are a fact of life. But for those migraine sufferers who do not want to take daily prescription medication, natural herbal supplements may help prevent headache pain, TV 10-55’s Katie McGee explained.
If you take a vitamin or herbal supplement, you’re definitely not alone. A new report from the Centers for Disease Control said more than half of all Americans are taking supplements, Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Did you see Dr. Holly Phillips’ report on osteoporosis and supplements during CBS 2 HD News at 11 p.m.? For more information use the following resources: Dr. Paula J. Rackoff Dr. Marcus Laux Mayo Clinic