A growing number of British Columbians are seeking alternative treatments at pharmacies for age-related symptoms
A comprehensive population-based study finds that low levels of 25-hydroxyvitamin D is linked with all-cause death.
Increased consumption of magnesium associates with decreased metabolic markers of insulin resistance, among men and women with Metabolic Syndrome.
Dietary magnesium may help to lower elevated glycated hemoglobin (HbA1c), elevated systolic blood pressure, and elevated C-reactive protein.
Magnesium levels, either too high or too low, are associated with an increased risk of dementia, according to a study published online Sept. 20 in Neurology.
NMN compensates for loss of energy production, reducing typical signs of aging such as loss of insulin sensitivity, weight gain, and decline in physical activity in mouse model.
Researchers determine that taking estrogen-containing birth control pills increases Vitamin D levels and discontinuing them causes Vitamin D levels to plummet.
What do your eyes have to do with the development of Alzheimer’s disease? A lot, according to scientists.
Dietary supplementation of Vitamin D may enhance muscle strength, among young healthy adults.
Study finds that longer sleep duration and sleep disturbances are associated with increases in markers of inflammation.
To live 100+ years, management of inflammation helps the body ward off diseases.
Daily omega-3 supplementation helps to reduce pulse wave velocity (PWV) -- a marker of arterial stiffness.