Introductory article - Know Yourself - September 23, 2016
Ultra trace elements may be required as dietary essentials. Part 2 discusses vanadium, aluminium, bromine, germanium, cadmium, lithium, lead, rubidium and tin.
Introductory article - Exercise - September 16, 2016
Running has many health benefits, but may also increase your risk of injury. What steps can you take to reduce your risk of injury?
Course - Eat Well - September 09, 2016
Good fats, bad fats, high fat, low fat, trans-fats, and essential fats. Learn about different dietary fats and the amount of fat you need to be healthy?
Study - Get Healthy - September 02, 2016
"Hot Dogs Cause BUTT Cancer","Edible Healing Food Cures for Cancer": Can foods really cause or cure cancer? It's not as simple as you may think.
Indepth article - Know Yourself - August 26, 2016
Ultra-trace elements, such as arsenic which is known to be toxic, may be dietary essentials. However, research into their essentiality is limited and human requirement may only be estimated or suspected for some elements. Learn more.
Headline - Eat Well - August 19, 2016
Are you overloading on sugar calories? You avoid sugar sweetened beverages and pop, but what about smoothies and fruit juice?