Vitamin K News and Research

Latest Vitamin K News and Research

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

Vitamin E has potential benefit in fighting colds in the elderly

Vitamin E has potential benefit in fighting colds in the elderly

80% of cancer patients use some form of complementary or alternative therapies

80% of cancer patients use some form of complementary or alternative therapies

Mixed effects for vitamin E against respiratory infections

Mixed effects for vitamin E against respiratory infections

Pineal gland which regulates the cycles of sleep and waking evolved  to improve vision

Pineal gland which regulates the cycles of sleep and waking evolved to improve vision

Antioxidant pills do nothing to prevent cardiovascular disease

Antioxidant pills do nothing to prevent cardiovascular disease

Study evaluated the ability of vitamin E and Aricept, to delay the progression of mild cognitive impairment to Alzheimer's disease

Study evaluated the ability of vitamin E and Aricept, to delay the progression of mild cognitive impairment to Alzheimer's disease

Joint inflammation

Joint inflammation

Organic tomatoes have higher levels of vitamin C

Organic tomatoes have higher levels of vitamin C

Donepezil may have short-term benefit for mild cognitive impairment

Donepezil may have short-term benefit for mild cognitive impairment

Women with epilepsy may wonder what their chances are of having a healthy baby

Women with epilepsy may wonder what their chances are of having a healthy baby

Donepezil may have short-term benefit for mild cognitive impairment

Donepezil may have short-term benefit for mild cognitive impairment

Mustard greens, cabbages, broccoli, cauliflower and brussels sprouts help to preserve cognitive abilities in ageing women

Mustard greens, cabbages, broccoli, cauliflower and brussels sprouts help to preserve cognitive abilities in ageing women

Drug slows the progression of mild cognitive impairment

Drug slows the progression of mild cognitive impairment

Dietary niacin may protect against the development of Alzheimer's disease

Dietary niacin may protect against the development of Alzheimer's disease

British people should get out in the sun and not cover up for health reasons

British people should get out in the sun and not cover up for health reasons