Step inside a health food shop – or any high street supermarket or chemist – and you’ll see rows and rows of supplements promising everything from better joint mobility to shinier hair and clearer skin. And the one everyone’s talking about right now?
Taking more exercise is a New Year’s resolution to stick to. Exercise reduces risks of depression, cancers, heart disease, stroke and sudden death. With 2018 stretching out before us, shining with promise, many of us have made resolutions to be more
Staying physically active, not smoking and following a Mediterranean-style eating pattern appear to help prevent age-related macular denegeration. Joe and Teresa Graedon answer readers’ questions. This week: taking niacinamide to prevent skin cancer, natural ways to reduce blood-sugar levels and staving