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Your kidneys play a key role in ensuring your urinary system is functioning properly—removing excess water, toxins and waste from the bloodstream. Read which supplements may help you receive the nutrients you need.
Nearly 60 million adults suffer from arthritis in the United States, making it difficult to live a good quality and quantity of life. Did you know supplements may help reduce pain associated with arthritis including swelling, joint pain and stiffness?
Setting health and wellness goals often includes everything from exercising more, eating healthier and taking the right supplements for you. Read how to achieve the 8 Steps to Get Cooperized™ in the new year, developed by Kenneth H. Cooper, MD, MPH.
Among adults, probiotics or prebiotics are the third most commonly used dietary supplement, besides vitamins and minerals. In addition to supporting gut function and aiding in digestion, probiotics also support immune health, help reduce migraines and more.
Quercetin is the most common flavonoid found in foods and best known for its ability to act like antioxidants. In addition to immune support and allergy symptom reduction, did you know quercetin also helps with exercise recovery and gut and joint health?
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) affects millions of children and adults. Difficulty focusing, uncontrollable fidgeting and struggling to follow instructions are just a few of the many symptoms of ADHD. Read how supplements may help reduce symptoms to improve daily life.
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) can present painful symptoms that can affect daily life. Read about supplements that may reduce symptoms of PCOS and support overall health.
You may be familiar with vitamins B6 and B12, but did you know there are actually eight B vitamins? Read more about the different functions and benefits of B vitamins.
Iron deficiency affects two billion people worldwide. Read about the common causes of iron deficiency, how to increase iron levels and the recommended levels for men and women.
The buildup of cholesterol puts you at risk for heart disease, heart attack and stroke. Michael Chapman, MD, Cooper Clinic Platinum Physician, discusses why red yeast rice may be worth exploring as a statin substitute to reduce cholesterol.
The skin is the largest organ in the body and after years of wear and tear, the damage begins to show. Research shows increasing supplementation can help you achieve optimal skin health. Learn how.
What’s good for your heart is good for your head. Cooper Aerobics Founder and Chairman Kenneth H. Cooper, MD, MPH, discusses preventive steps for Alzheimer's and dementia to help you live a long, healthy and active lifestyle.
Did you know chronic inflammation can cause cancer and autoimmune disorders? Learn how turmeric curcumin's natural anti-inflammatory properties prevent the body's inflammation response before it begins.
What role can supplements play in your heart health? Cooper Clinic cardiologists share VITAL clinical trial findings and how omega-3 and coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) may be good for your heart.
While there is no magic pill to take stress away, certain supplements may be able to help. Cooper Clinic Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Meridan Zerner shares five supplements that can help manage your body's stress response.
Most Americans don't consume enough seafood to meet their daily omega-3 intake requirements. Learn how to compare omega-3 products on the market to help bridge nutritional gaps in your diet.
What's in your pillbox? Cooper Clinic Platinum Physician Steven Lilly, MD, MBA, shares his top four Cooper Complete vitamin recommendations for his patients to supplement a healthy diet and exercise.
Cooper Complete Joint Health supplement is designed to maintain and support healthy joints. But did you know it can benefit more than just your joints? Discover the ways Cooper Complete Joint Health can benefit your overall health.
Taking your vitamins never tasted better. With natural raspberry-lemonade flavor, Cooper Complete's new gummy multivitamin is a conveniently delicious option to obtain essential vitamins and minerals.
Benefiting the body and mind. Cooper Aerobics Founder and Chairman Kenneth H. Cooper, MD, MPH, shares his findings on the correlation between omega-3 and chronic inflammation and its anti-inflammatory benefits.
Depression can be triggered by life's many ups and downs. But did you know it could also be a result of vitamin and mineral deficiencies? Discover how daily supplementation may help alleviate symptoms of depression.
Vitamin C is not naturally produced by the body but is vital for immune and heart health. Learn more about Cooper Complete's new vitamin C supplement and the numerous benefits this powerful antioxidant provides.
Say hello to a more natural approach to lowering your LDL cholesterol. Cooper Clinic Cardiologist Nina Radford, MD, introduces Cooper Complete's newest supplement, Berberine Complex, and its benefits.
Zinc has long been on researchers' radar in relieving the common cold—but could it possibly prevent and treat COVID-19? Cooper Clinic Cardiologist Nina Radford, MD, explains the on-going studies on the benefits of zinc supplementation.
Life is full of changes—including in our bodies. Menopause can present various challenges to a woman's lifestyle, confidence and more. Cooper Clinic Platinum Preventive Medicine Physician Riva Rahl, MD, addresses the basics of menopause symptoms and options for relief.
Supplementation has proven to play a vital role in the prevention of COVID-19. Learn how to properly store your supplements whether you are a seasoned supplement vet or are just starting to add vitamins to your daily regimen.
We all know the role folic acid plays to prevent birth defects. What else should we know about folate and possible B9 deficiencies? Read on to learn the benefits and risks for men and women in all stages of life.
Are vitamin B-complex supplements too much of a good thing? While they do play a part in energy levels, their actual role in overall health remains widely misunderstood and could even be harmful if taken in megadoses.
There's no need to compromise the quality of your workouts due to joint pain. Learn which key supplements recommended by Cooper Clinic can help support healthier joints and get you back to exercise.
Counting sheep just not cutting it? Cooper Clinic Cardiologist Nina Radford, MD, discusses how making simple changes to your environment and bedtime routine can help you achieve better quality sleep.
Discover the many benefits of turmeric beyond joint pain relief. Cooper Clinic Platinum Physician Riva Rahl, MD, discusses the hype around this powerful yellow supplement.
Immunity is key to living a healthy life, especially in the case of COVID-19. Dr. Kenneth H. Cooper shares nine ways to build up your acute immunity including the benefits of vitamin D.
Vitamin D is essential in building a strong immune system and supporting bone health. Learn the best sources of vitamin D, its role in immune health and how Cooper Complete supplements can help raise your levels.
Americans' large food portions are proving to leave large nutritional voids. Learn the symptoms of the most common gaps in the American diet and how to properly supplement for a well-balanced diet.
Are you one of millions of adults caring for your aging parents as well as your children? Caring for yourself is more important than you may think according to Cooper Clinic Cardiologist Nina Radford, MD.
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.
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.
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.
Taking the right amounts of omega-3 can protect your heart. Read important viewpoints regarding omega-3 from Cooper Clinic. The VITAL study announced in November 2018 was missing vital information of this newsworthy clinical trial.
Don’t throw away your vitamin D and omega-3 fatty acid supplements too soon. Results of the VITAL (Vitamin D and Omega-3 Trial) study announced in November 2018 were missing some vital information of this newsworthy clinical trial.
Dr. Kenneth H. Cooper follows a strict daily supplement regimen. Here, he reveals what supplements he relies on to stay healthy.
Studies show people with diabetes are more likely to use supplements than those without diabetes. Will it help treat your diabetes? Our experts weigh in.
Cooper Complete Dermatologic Health has helped men and women attain healthier skin, hair and nails. Now, the custom product has been reformulated to include even more beneficial ingredients, such as soluble keratin.
Research shows there are three things you can do to help prevent cognitive decline as you age. The Cooper Institute Senior Investigator Steve Farrell, PhD, FACSM, shares how you can start now.
Shannon and Mary Edwards, Professional Fitness Trainers at Cooper Fitness Center, are proof that the nutrients you put into your body matter. The duo share which supplements they take daily to help keep their active bodies at peak performance.