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Taking medicine properly is key to controlling disease. For insulin-dependent people, it's important to get the right dose of insulin and to monitor blood sugar levels.
Cheese found with the bodies of 4,000-year-old mummies in Xinjiang, China was likely a dietary staple for local herding tribes.
A study demonstrates that women with high levels of vitamin D are more likely to survive breast cancer than women with low levels.
The aloe plant has a number of health and beauty benefits, dating back 5,000 years.
Saturated fat -- bad. Unsaturated fat -- good. End of story. That's what medical and nutritional experts have claimed for over five decades. But is it really the case?
Many women who have faced breast cancer also face decreased odds of survival. Increasing concentrations of a vitamin in the blood might change those odds.
Energy drinks are intended to give you a boost, but a new study tied energy drink consumption in teens to a number of negative issues, including depression.
Could taking supplements possibly help women improve their health? A new study looked at the effects of supplements on 'bad' cholesterol.
Many studies have shown that eating fish can be good for the heart. To have a protective effect, however, fish consumption may have to be higher than once thought.
Adding fiber to your diet is generally a healthy choice. It seems that fiber also may decrease the risk of getting a particular kind of colon tumor.