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B Vitamins for Better Neurons

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B Vitamins for Better Neurons

B vitamins are well known for their energy boosting abilities. Thiamin (B1), riboflavin (B2), niacin (B3), pantothenic acid (B5), pyridoxine...

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Setting The Record Straight—The Skinny On Free Form Curcumin

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Setting The Record Straight—The Skinny On Free Form Curcumin

Now that curcumin is the hottest thing since sliced bread, we feel it is time to finally set the record straight and get down to the nitty g...

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Protein: The Importance of Fueling our Muscles After Exercise

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Protein: The Importance of Fueling our Muscles After Exercise

There is a special feeling associated with conquering a challenging workout. As part of an active daily lifestyle, it is important to safely...

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Dandelions: The Enemies of Well-Tended Lawns with Redeeming Anti-Cancer Properties

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Dandelions: The Enemies of Well-Tended Lawns with Redeeming Anti-Cancer Properties

The dandelion (also known as Taraxacum officinale) is a well-known perennial herb native to North America and Eurasia. Despite its reputatio...

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A Critical Assessment of Vitamin Reviews

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A Critical Assessment of Vitamin Reviews

Earlier this week, an article came out in the Business Insider regarding the lack of safety and efficacy related to all vitamin supplementat...

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Collaborations in Research: Management Strategies for Nosocomial infections

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Collaborations in Research: Management Strategies for Nosocomial infections

Queens University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada Nosocomial infections (NIs) remain an important cause of morbidity, mortality, and increased h...

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