Folic Acid News
Pregnant women who take folic acid and multivitamins have babies with lower autism risk, study says
If you're pregnant, a new study released today may give you one more reason to listen to your doctor if he or she prescribes a folic acid or multivitamin supplement. Researchers in Israel studied 45,300 children born between Jan. 1, 2003 and Dec. 31, 2007, also looking at survey data that indicated
4 foods that may not be as bad for you as you thought
Registered nutritionist Maya Feller discusses four foods that often get a bad rap, but may contain many positive health attributes.
New health and beauty treatments help stars get Oscar ready
ABC News' Frank Elaridi reports from Next Health on how the stars get ready for the Oscars with the latest health and beauty treatments.
Some Nature Made Supplements Recalled for Possible Salmonella, Staph Aureus
Various Nature Made dietary supplements have been voluntarily recalled "due to possible Salmonella or Staphylococcus aureus contamination," manufacturer Pharmavite LLC said in a news release Tuesday.
3 Things People Get Completely Wrong About Vitamin Supplements
You may have seen a concerning headline recently about dietary supplements. Research presented at the American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting suggested that taking supplements doesn’t curb cancer, and taking more than needed may actually drive up cancer risk. Specifically,
Dietary Supplements May Increase Your Risk of Cancer
ABC News' Dr. Richard Besser reports on the latest research that may affect your health.
Here's How Your McRib Is Made
McDonald’s Is on a Public Relations Offensive to Explain What's in Its Products
5 Do-It-Yourself Hangover Helpers
Have you heard about the Hangover Heaven Bus in Las Vegas? For $45 and up, it’ll pick you up after a night of hard drinking, give you oxygen, hook you up to an IV (with a proprietary blend of vitamins and medicines) and inject you with mega doses of vitamin B, in a bus decorated more like a
5 Foods That Can Help Boost Fertility
Let's talk about baby-making foods. No, not the aphrodisiacs that will get you and your sweetheart in the mood -- that part's on you (though it wouldn't hurt to flip through the "chocolate Viagra" chapter of my book “Eat It to Beat It”) -- but the foods linked to increased fertility in both men and
Signs You May Have an Iron Deficiency
Iron deficiency is the most common nutritional deficiency in the United States, and women are among those at greatest risk. Iron is critical for producing hemoglobin, a protein that helps red blood cells deliver oxygen throughout your body. So without it, everything suffers -- and can lead to