Vitamin B News and Research

Latest Vitamin B News and Research

Folic acid can dramatically reduce the incidence of spina bifida and other birth defects

Folic acid can dramatically reduce the incidence of spina bifida and other birth defects

University of Arizona spin-off investigates DNA damage to human skin

University of Arizona spin-off investigates DNA damage to human skin

Fish oils appear to reduce breast cancer risk

Fish oils appear to reduce breast cancer risk

New oral gel used instead of injection to deliver drugs

New oral gel used instead of injection to deliver drugs

40 percent of women of childbearing age take folic acid

40 percent of women of childbearing age take folic acid

Study hints at antioxidants being able to prevent and restore hearing loss

Study hints at antioxidants being able to prevent and restore hearing loss

Consumption of milk seems to be evaporating

Consumption of milk seems to be evaporating

Shade structures are not built effectively

Shade structures are not built effectively

Treatment with vitamin A and an omega-3 fatty acid slows down the progression of retinitis pigmentosa

Treatment with vitamin A and an omega-3 fatty acid slows down the progression of retinitis pigmentosa

Gene mutations cause 85 percent of colon cancers

Gene mutations cause 85 percent of colon cancers

Childhood leukaemia significantly lower in Asia than in Western countries

Childhood leukaemia significantly lower in Asia than in Western countries

Protein sources, such as beef and beans beneficial in lowering childhood leukemia risk

Protein sources, such as beef and beans beneficial in lowering childhood leukemia risk

Ramipril reduces rate of sudden cardiac death and nonfatal cardiac arrest by 21 percent

Ramipril reduces rate of sudden cardiac death and nonfatal cardiac arrest by 21 percent

Protein-rich teething rusk to help stop children suffering Kwashiorkor

Protein-rich teething rusk to help stop children suffering Kwashiorkor

Researchers work to defeat acne by understanding it better on a molecular level

Researchers work to defeat acne by understanding it better on a molecular level

Atrial fibrillation patients often receive needless treatment

Atrial fibrillation patients often receive needless treatment

FDA reinforces use of Sustiva in first-line HIV combination therapy

FDA reinforces use of Sustiva in first-line HIV combination therapy

Longer rehabilitation by six months helps elderly patients to more fully recover from hip fractures

Longer rehabilitation by six months helps elderly patients to more fully recover from hip fractures

Fruit and vegetables eaten before pregnancy lowers risk of leukemia

Fruit and vegetables eaten before pregnancy lowers risk of leukemia

Large percentage of child deaths related to malaria are attributable to undernutrition and deficiencies

Large percentage of child deaths related to malaria are attributable to undernutrition and deficiencies

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