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Vitamin A (INACTIVE)

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  • Supplement do's and don'ts

    Supplement do's and don'ts
    Fifty-percent of Americans take vitamins and supplements, according to government surveys. Some have proven benefits. Calcium combined with vitamin D is known to benefit bones, and it’s among the supplements worth considering, according to Consumer...
  • Spices have strong medicinal value

    Dear Pharmacist: I ate like a hog over the holiday, and it was wonderful! To spare my guilt, are there any benefits to holiday foods and spices? — D.E., Orlando Dear D.E.: All those delicious spices have numerous medicinal benefits. Nutmeg can ease...
  • Healthy Recipes: Turkey and Squash Soup

    Healthy Recipes: Turkey and Squash Soup
    Now that you are stuffed with Turkey Day dinner, you're probably looking for ways to get rid of some of those leftovers. If you're looking for a healthy recipe, Eatingwell.com has some suggestions. The Turkey Squash Soup sounded the tastiest to me....
  • Supplements aren't quick fix for weight

    Dear Pharmacist: What are some natural dietary supplements that can help me lose weight, or at least manage it during the holidays? — C.A., Gainesville Dear C.A.: When it comes to weight management, nothing works better and faster than exercising...
  • Pumpkin - a colorful, nutritious, fall veggie

    The most popular use of pumpkins may be for jack-o’-lanterns and fall decorations, but there are many more healthful ways pumpkin can be used. When eaten, pumpkin provides vitamin A, potassium, protein and vitamin C. Pumpkin is also low in calories....
  • Doctor whose work saved millions reflects on career

    Doctor whose work saved millions reflects on career
    The publication of Alfred Sommer's new memoir, "10 Lessons in Public Health," comes precisely 30 years after the publication of the most important thing he's ever written: "Increased mortality in children with mild vitamin A deficiency," a report of a...
  • 5 tips to stay fit during the holidays

     
    The holidays are almost upon us. And for many like me, that means the looming fear of an expanding waistline. From grandma's glorious cherry pie to homemade turkey dressing, the average holiday meal can rack up between 3,000 – 3,500 calories –...
  • Your Stylist: Expert advice for soothing dry winter nails, hands

     
    The recent cool weather and wild winds are wreaking havoc with my hands, nails and cuticles. My manicure seems to look haggard just days after a trip to the nail salon and the constant application of hand sanitizer during this......
  • The Nutritious Sweet Potato

     
    Cedar Crest intern Toni loves sweet potatoes! She writes: "sweet potatoes have been around for centuries. They are produced from a plant native to central and South America, which was grown widely by Native Americans. They were a main source......
  • 'Easily affordable' to save 2 million children, report says

     
    The world could save 2 million children every year if it helped the neediest countries take 13 recommended steps to conquer malnutrition, according to a new report from Save the Children....
  • Your Stylist: Getting beach ready while staying Earth friendly

     
    Resident Image stylist and market editor Melissa Magsaysay soothes your sartorial woes in the weekly Your Stylist blog column In this installment of Your Stylist, we address Earth Day and items that are as chic as they are eco-friendly. Earth......