Studies show people with diabetes are more likely to use supplements than those without diabetes. Will it help treat your diabetes? Our experts weigh in.
Cooper Complete Dermatologic Health has helped men and women attain healthier skin, hair and nails. Now, the custom product has been reformulated to include even more beneficial ingredients, such as soluble keratin.
Research shows there are three things you can do to help prevent cognitive decline as you age. The Cooper Institute Senior Investigator Steve Farrell, PhD, FACSM, shares how you can start now.
Shannon and Mary Edwards, Professional Fitness Trainers at Cooper Fitness Center, are proof that the nutrients you put into your body matter. The duo share which supplements they take daily to help keep their active bodies at peak performance.
Cooper Clinic Preventive Medicine Physician Carolyn M. Terry, MD, discusses the vitamin deficiencies she most commonly sees and gives her advice on supplements for women to help get their levels back on track.
Research shows American men have a 60 percent higher mortality rate compared to women. While there's no magic pill that can make you stronger, leaner or healthier, certain supplements, when combined with a healthy lifestyle, can help prevent disease among men.
Sun damage over time can take our skin from looking fab to drab. Cooper Clinic Preventive and Cosmetic Dermatologist Bobby Kennedy, DO, FAAD, shares how vitamins A and C can help turn back cellular time.
While there is no magic pill to take stress away, certain supplements may be able to help. Cooper Clinic Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Meridan Zerner shares five supplements that can help manage your body's stress response.
When it comes to eating healthy, Cooper Clinic recommends a food-first philosophy. However, dietary restrictions and hectic lifestyles can often keep us from getting the nutrients our bodies need. Cooper Clinic Nutrition Director Katherine Nashatker poses four questions to ask yourself to help determine if you’re getting enough nutrients through your diet alone and if not, what supplements might be best for you.
What role do omega-3 and Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) supplements play in heart health? Cooper Clinic Cardiologist John Ho, MD, explains.