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.