Vitamins are chemical compounds which helps the skin looks younger and healthier.
According to a review of multiple studies, researchers are reporting that adequate vitamin E intake is essential, especially for young children, seniors and women who are or plan to become pregnant.
A U.S. Task Force recommended healthy adults to avoid taking vitamin E and beta-carotene in order to prevent heart disease and cancer.
Taking vitamin E and selenium supplements could increase the risk of prostate cancer, a new study reported.
Vitamin E may slow functional decline in patients suffering mild-to-moderate Alzheimer’s disease, a new study reveals. Functional decline includes problems with everyday tasks such as shopping, cooking and traveling.
Vitamin E may help slow functional decline in patients with mild to moderate Alzheimer's disease.
Researchers found that women who took aspirin every other day had a 20 percent reduction in colorectal cancer.
Regularly taking vitamins could actually shorten your lifespan, a new animal study suggests.
Study reports that taking a specific kind of vitamin E supplement while quitting smoking might help accelerate certain health benefits.