About one third of adults in the United States take a multivitamin supplement, but most of them don’t need them.
Honey has a centuries-old history of use in medicine, but may be overlooked by modern healthcare providers due to the
Weight loss surgery is now recommended as a treatment for patients with type 2 diabetes who have a body mass
Kratom comes from a tree from Southeast Asia, related to the coffee plant, that contains mind altering substances in its
The consequences of eating too much of the wrong kinds of foods is well known and includes increased risk of
Diabetes and cancer are both very serious diseases that seem to have very different origins and effects on the body.
Pharmaceutical manufacturers spend millions of dollars developing, testing, and marketing new drug products. The vast majority of new chemical entities
Pharmacists go to school for several years and learn a lot of things, and then they get jobs and learn
Medications that treat rare diseases are generally not profitable for drug companies to develop because there is not a large
In 1831 John Snow was 18 and an apprentice physician in London when a cholera epidemic broke out. At the