Knowing your numbers is essential to good health. Cooper Clinic President and CEO and Preventive Medicine Physician Camron Nelson, MD, shares three key vitamin levels measured at Cooper Clinic and why he recommends them to his patients.
True or false: Taking additional Vitamin C at the onset of a cold has proven to be helpful. Find out what supplements can help you be prepared for when flu season strikes.
There's no doubt that omega-3 has numerous health benefits, but what type is best for you? Not all omega-3 sources are created equal. Before you buy into the claims of krill oil, be sure you know what science has to say about which oil might give you more bang for your buck.
Getting a good night’s rest can be hard work. Whether it's stress, travel or sleep disorders that have you tossing and turning, these supplements have been proven to help you catch some quality zzz's.
Take the preventive approach to prostate health. Cooper Clinic Preventive Medicine Physician DeShawn Stewart, MD, analyzes the symptoms and supplements for a healthy prostate.
From birth to your early 30s, you build bone density. After that, bone density begins to decline. Emily Hebert, MD, Cooper Clinic Platinum Physician, explains how to keep your bones strong and healthy with supplements and exercise.
Research proves carrots aren't the only thing good for your eyes. While nutrition certainly plays a factor in maintaining proper eye health, lutein, zeaxanthin and vitamins C and E are a sight for sore eyes when it comes to maintaining proper vision and eye health.
Enduring the effects of arthritis can be a daily battle. Take back what arthritis has taken from you. With more than 100 types of arthritis, find balance in managing symptoms by supplementing your diet with more of this and less of that.
Even top-of-the-line skincare products can’t compete with nature’s skin remedies. Find out which vitamins help reverse the effects of aging, diminish wrinkles and hydrate skin naturally.
Popular diets may produce fast results, but they also cause nutritional deficiencies. Supplementing your individualized eating plan with the right vitamins and minerals closes the gap in nutrients you may be lacking to help you live right and feel right.