Type 2 diabetes can be reversed in some people, at least temporarily, but it may take extreme measures.
Whether eaten in foods or taken as supplements, calcium also has little effect on the risk of fractures in people over 50.
Hearing loss is usually gradual, and people often fail to recognize when it becomes severe enough to warrant hearing aids.
More and more doctors agree that such treatment can help ease back pain, and while all doubts have not been swept away, the author gave it a try.
It appears to be a reasonable addition to a healthful diet, with few harms and the possibility of benefits.
A reader asks if fish oil supplements can help prevent dry eyes.
Readers solve the real-life case of a 27-year-old woman who had vomiting, weakness and confusion months after having weight loss surgery.
Researchers found that subjects who took their medications before going to sleep had a lower risk of diabetes.
A Department of Agriculture dietitian takes on the notion that, once thawed, foods cannot be frozen again. But they must be thawed properly.
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