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Just as adults need vitamins to supplement their diet to receive the proper nutrients, so do children and teenagers. Find out which vitamins are key for teen development.
The ‘freshman 15’ is the commonly dreaded weight gain for young adults going to college. If students aren't eating the nutritious foods they should be, how can they supplement their diet?
Vitamin B12 is commonly received through the consumption of fish, meat, eggs and dairy products. Do you regularly eat these foods? If not, supplementation of B12 could provide benefit.
We all have restless nights, but do you need a supplement to help catch your z's? Cooper Complete offers Melatonin Quick Release and Prolonged Release. Read more to learn which is right for you.
Recent studies debate multivitamins. Are you just wasting your time and money? Dr. Cooper shares a rebuttal on the topic here.
Throughout most of your life you slept blissfully through the night. Now you wake up in the middle of the night, once or twice. For many men this is the first sign of an enlarged prostate.
Anemia affects 3.5 million Americans, making it the leading blood condition in the U.S. Often when we are tired we think we might have low iron. How can you tell if it is daily stress or a true iron deficiency?
As research on vitamin D and its effect on health grows, so does the debate over what the optimal level of vitamin D is and how we get it.
Most of us don’t have to look far to find someone we know who suffers with chronic knee pain. For many, the culprit is osteoarthritis. Learn how to take a multi-faceted approach to decrease pain.
Research shows that being physically active, eating a low-sodium diet and taking fish oil supplements can reduce blood pressure. Read more about the study here.
Often advertisements tout certain supplements in a particular form. So, what are all the various forms, and is one form superior to another?
Alzheimer’s is a disease that attacks the brain and is the most common form of dementia. Will research show that supplements can help prevent this disease?
February is American Heart Month and it’s a perfect opportunity to take a look at your heart health and the activities you’re doing (or not doing) to protect it.
Studies debunking vitamins are often hot topics in the news. Cooper Complete® vitamins and supplements are all based on scientifically-proven research. Find the facts here.
Vitamins have been in the news lately with some research questioning their use.
We spoke to Kenneth H. Cooper, MD, MPH, on this topic to get his thoughts on the benefits of taking vitamins.
Low levels of vitamin D have been linked to everything from cancer to diabetes. But could low levels of vitamin D be the result rather than a cause of an illness?
The holiday season can be full of excitement and joy. And it can also bring additional stress. The right supplement may be what you need to protect your body from the side effects of stress. Learn more here.
It has long been said you are what you eat. This is easily reflected in the appearance of your skin. Here's how to get the healthy glow by adding vitamins to your diet.
Sometimes choosing the right supplements for you can be overwhelming.These recommendations from our Cooper Complete staff can help you get the supplements that are right for you.
Did you know that omega-3s have terrific cardiovascular benefits—and so much more? Here's how they can impact your health for the better.
Statin drugs can keep cholesterol in a healthy range but can also deplete the body of Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10). Learn how a CoQ10 supplement can help.
All fish are not created equal. Learn which fish have what you need and how to properly supplement your diet.
From time to time our Cooper Complete staff receives questions about supplements that are in the news. We recently had an inquiry about the product, Dr. Sinatra’s Omega Q Plus Resveratrol. Here are our thoughts.
Those of us who take vitamins probably feel good about this extra step to better health. But could we be getting more from our vitamins? These simple guidelines can help you get maximum benefit.
Do I need supplements? Does it matter when I take them? Read common misconceptions to attain the most benefit from your daily supplements.
Make sure you’re getting the adequate amount of calcium – whether through food or supplementation – to keep your bones healthy.
Turmeric has been used for centuries as an anti-inflammatory herbal remedy. Find out what the research shows and know the potential side effects.
A recent study showed a discrepancy in the formulation of vitamin D. Do you know how your supplements are formulated?
Discover what heart-healthy supplements you should take and how they can reduce your risk for developing heart disease.
The majority of people can benefit by taking the right supplements. Understand the importance of providing your body with the proper nutrients.
Understand what is in the Amberen supplement and how it can affect your health.
Read how Psyllium can improve your cardiovascular health and lower your total and LDL cholesterol.
What’s all of the hype surrounding green tea? See what scientific research tells us about green tea and its benefits.
It's hard to know which forms of iron to take, let alone, if you should be taking iron at all. With so many questions to be answered, find out if you should be
"with" or "without" iron.
Learn about EPA and DHA nutrients in omega-3 fatty acids and how to meet the recommended intake.
Just as adults often take a multivitamin to supplement or augment their diet, the same may be a good option for children. Learn what to look for when choosing a kids multivitamin.
Do you buy fortified omega-3 foods at the grocery store? Even though the labels say “omega-3,” you may not be getting the full benefits.
Did you know as much as 80 percent of the population might be iron deficient? Read about Cooper Complete’s newest supplement and the importance of iron.
Lysine supplements help control painful and unattractive fever blisters or canker sores. Learn more about how it can help you.
Melatonin supplements are a natural way to improve your sleep. Read all about melatonin and how it might help you sleep better.
Cooper Complete now offers vitamin B12. Read about its benefits and how to find out if you're deficient.
Here are some quick steps to assess your medicine cabinet and make sure all vitamins and supplements are up-to-date.
If you're looking for possibly the two best nutrients to put in your body, Vitamin D and Omega-3 are the answers. This dynamic duo has been proven to boost heart health amongst other benefits. Give your heart some love and read more about why these two supplements are an excellent choice.
Did you know there was such a thing as cayenne pepper supplements? While studies show a few benefits to taking cayenne pepper supplements or using capsicum cream, these can also cause a variety of uncomfortable problems. Learn the facts here.
Essential to good health, magnesium is the fourth most abundant mineral in our body. Fifty to 60 percent is found in our bones. Learn the basics about magnesium including how much you need, what foods contain it and when you might be deficient.
Did you know that krill, the food of choice for blue whales, seals and cold water fish, comes in oil supplements for humans? It also contains important omega-3 fatty acids. Read more about where krill comes from and how it compares to other fish oil supplements.
Did you know that folate, a form of vitamin B9, plays an important role in reducing the risk of heart disease? Learn more about the sources of folate, how much you need and what Cooper Complete offers.
Beware! What you read on your supplement label might not display the most accurate information. We take a deeper look into the label on Omega-3 supplements to see what it's not telling you. Read more to learn what you might be missing.
Vitamin C has long been known to stop oncoming colds, but are you taking too much? Read more about the facts and stats on the popular vitamin and learn where you can find natural vitamin C in everyday foods.
Do you ever wonder which supplements you should take and if you should even take them at all? Is there a one-stop-shop when it comes to vitamins? Read more about what Cooper Complete? supplements are best for all of your health needs.