Multi-vitamins, diet pills and energy boosters may not be the harmless substances you think they are. In the first study of its kind.
Dietary supplements have grown remarkably popular in the last few years. They may help with weight-management but their side effects remain highly debatable. According to a new study published in the journal Hepatology, liver damage ...
Scientists have developed a new diet pill that could help people lose weight more effectively by tricking the body into thinking it has consumed a meal.
A recent study suggests that following a Mediterranean diet supplemented with extra virgin olive oil may lower the risks of breast cancer in women.