Calcium supplements may increase the risk of heart disease and death in patients with kidney disease.
A new study reveals that vitamin and mineral supplements can help enhance mental energy and well being in people prone to anxiety and depression.
Researchers found that postmenopausal women who took calcium and vitamin D supplements while on hormone replacement therapy had lower risks of hip fractures.
Americans' vitamin D levels are highest in August and lowest in February, a new study revealed.
Fish oil supplements may help fight off diabetes, according to a new study.
Vitamin D supplements may improve muscle function by enhancing the activity of the mitochondria, the "power houses" of cells that convert energy into forms that the body can use.
Study reports that 97% of UK general practitioners prescribe placebo pills to help patients.
Everyone knows that they should get calcium in their diet in order to keep their bones strong, but often enough that is hard to do.
Men, but not women, who take calcium supplements are at a higher risk of dying due to cardiovascular deaths than people who don't take the supplements, according to a new study.
Scientists warn that according to a new study, the supplement may not give the same health benefits of the drink and may not protect middle-aged women against a range of life-threatening conditions.