Lately, all kinds of research is showing the benefit of higher doses of vitamin D than used to be recommended. This latest study adds pregnant women to the list of people who could benefit from more vitamin D: or rather, their babies could. . . .

Uterine fibroids are the leading cause of hysterectomy. But new research shows that getting more exercise can reduce your risk of getting uterine fibroids. . . . 

A thorough study of the most commonly eaten foods has revealed which ones are best and which ones are worst for global warming. . . .

Most juices that we buy are perfectly clear because they have had the fiber and pulp removed. But a new study shows that, although these juices are healthy, more natural juices that are more cloudy because they retain their pulp are even healthier. . . .

Cola contains caffeine and phosphoric acid, both of which have been shown to leach calcium out of the body. This incredibly long study followed people's cola drinking habits for thirty years . . . 

This amazing study reveals a cheap, easy and delicious way to prevent Alzheimer's disease. . . .

Indigestion, or dyspepsia, can include symptoms of fullness, pain, bloating, belching, nausea, vomiting, regurgitation, heartburn and appetite loss.
  Fifty people suffering from dyspepsia were given either licorice extract or a placebo in a double-blind fashion for thirty days. . . .
  

A meta-analysis of six controlled trials of people with bipolar disorder found that, . . . 

Enlarged prostate affects 50% of all men in the second half of their lives. When 558 men with benign prostatic hyperplasia (enlarged prostate) were given either stinging nettle root or a placebo for six months in a double-blind study, . . . 

Sixty-five diabetics who were being treated by diet or with oral medications, but not with insulin, were given either a cinnamon extract or a placebo. . . . 

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