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Vitamin D Levels Linked with Breast Cancer Survival Rates

June 13, 2012

The vitamin D levels in women when they are diagnosed with breast cancer may affect how long they will live, according to a new study from Belguim. Women in the study who had the highest vitamin D levels (above 30 nanograms per millileter of blood) were about half as likely to die within five...
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Breakthrough lowers stroke risk,non-drug treatment of high blood pressure

May 12, 2012
Breakthrough lowers stroke risk,non-drug treatment of high blood pressure

11 May 2012 Last updated at 01:35 ET Dr Carol Wilson said research results focused on non-drug treatment of high blood pressure Vitamin B2, which is found in dairy products, can help lower high blood pressure, according to research by the University of Ulster. UU nutrition experts said one in ten people, depending on...
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Test vitamin D level, then you know how much you need to take it

March 25, 2012

Over the past several months, Vitamin D has been in the news, and it’s seemed like a magic bullet that can fight a range of life-or-death issues ranging from cardiovascular disease to colorectal cancer. And though the jury’s still out on whether those claims are definitively true, what’s unarguable is the link between low...
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Vitamin D

March 25, 2012

  Yvetta Fedorova At least once a week, someone, usually a woman over 50, asks me about vitamin D. Perhaps a routine checkup has revealed a deficiency, prompting the doctor to recommend an over-the-counter supplement or, in severe cases, large prescription doses to correct the problem. Often, though, the concern is bone health. Without...
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Vitamin E pills fail to lower women’s heart failure risk

March 22, 2012

A new U.S. study indicates taking vitamin E won’t reduce a woman’s risk of heart failure, the latest research to debunk the long-held claim the supplement helps prevent medical problems in aging. However, the study, published in Tuesday’s American Heart Association journal Circulation: Heart Failure, did observe one heart-related benefit of vitamin E use...
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No Cancer Benefit From Vitamin B, Omega-3 Supplements in Heart Patients

February 16, 2012

MONDAY, Feb. 13 (HealthDay News) — Patients with a history of heart disease will most likely not reduce their risk for developing cancer by taking vitamin B and/or omega-3 fatty acid supplements, a new French analysis suggests. “In the population we studied, we found no beneficial effects of either B vitamins or omega-3 fatty...
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Healthcare products: Vitamins

October 7, 2011

Some Important Aspects Regarding Healthcare Products By Marc Boyajian You can find all sorts of vitamin and mineral capsules these days. These natural healthcare products can help heal certain ailments. There are two types of vegetable, fruits and animals, which are sold in the market these days, organic and non-organic. It is normal for...
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