Vitamin K News and Research

Latest Vitamin K News and Research

New educational campaign on celiac disease

New educational campaign on celiac disease

Women delay AIDS with vitamins B, C and E

Women delay AIDS with vitamins B, C and E

In Australia hip fracture numbers are expected to double over 29 years and quadruple in 56 years

In Australia hip fracture numbers are expected to double over 29 years and quadruple in 56 years

Natural vitamin E healthier than vitamin E supplements

Natural vitamin E healthier than vitamin E supplements

Blood hormone may be key to appetite suppression and obesity control

Blood hormone may be key to appetite suppression and obesity control

New York man jailed for selling fake cancer cure

New York man jailed for selling fake cancer cure

Line-dancing stamps out osteoporosis

Line-dancing stamps out osteoporosis

Hip fractures – less common but more numerous in an ageing nation

Hip fractures – less common but more numerous in an ageing nation

Latest research into schizophrenia and links between prenatal vitamin D and growth

Latest research into schizophrenia and links between prenatal vitamin D and growth

Fruit consumption may protect against age-related maculopathy (ARM)

Fruit consumption may protect against age-related maculopathy (ARM)

Cholesterol isn’t all bad

Cholesterol isn’t all bad

Virginia Health urges women of childbearing age to take folic acid

Virginia Health urges women of childbearing age to take folic acid

High vitamin C intake may protect against rheumatoid arthritis

High vitamin C intake may protect against rheumatoid arthritis

Epilepsy drugs can increase the rate of bone loss in older women

Epilepsy drugs can increase the rate of bone loss in older women

Some African American adolescents who live in cities have low levels of vitamin D

Some African American adolescents who live in cities have low levels of vitamin D

Low-carb potato will help win back die-hard carbohydrate counters

Low-carb potato will help win back die-hard carbohydrate counters

Antioxidants in fruits and vegetables, might reduce the risk of ischemic stroke

Antioxidants in fruits and vegetables, might reduce the risk of ischemic stroke

A biological agent used without chemotherapy appears to offer a disease-free future to patients with rare leukemia

A biological agent used without chemotherapy appears to offer a disease-free future to patients with rare leukemia

Vitamin C can increase the severity of spontaneous knee osteoarthritis

Vitamin C can increase the severity of spontaneous knee osteoarthritis

Positive benefits of sun exposure

Positive benefits of sun exposure