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.