Dietary Supplements – Quality is Key

Americans spend $27 billion on dietary supplements, according to the Council for Responsible Nutrition, and supplement use is on the rise.  According to the CDC between 1988 and 1994 one third of the population took a supplement.  By 2006, over half Read on! →

Osteoporosis Drug Holds Hope For Breast Cancer Patients

Aromatase inhibitors are a class of drugs that are sometimes prescribed by doctors treating post-menopausal breast cancer. These inhibitors significantly reduce the production of estrogen in the body of the breast cancer patient. With the reduction of estrogen, there is Read on! →

New Gene Could Be Part Of The Osteoporosis Equation

Scientists at the Canada’s Intitut De Recherches Cliniques De Montreal have discovered a gene that they believe has controlling influence on bone mass of an individual thus proving critical to predisposing a person to osteoporosis. (1) The study was funded Read on! →