Infants at risk of developing asthma may benefit from probiotic supplements early in life, new research has found.
Reducing the risk of allergic disease or eczema among children may be alleviated by increasing consumption of fish oil and probiotics during pregnancy.
Low exposure to vitamin D during pregnancy may increase the risk of childhood obesity according to new research published in Paediatric Obesity.
Vitamin D has been found to positively influence the outcome of certain inflammatory dermopathologies.
New evidence suggests that frequent fish consumption may help reduce sleep problems, therefore, improving sleep quality which may, in turn, benefit long-term cognitive functioning in children.
Serum beta-carotene may have a protective effect on diabetes and alpha-carotene may be a protective factor for diabetic retinopathy in non-smokers new research has shown.
A scientific research program that aims to improve understanding into the ways health consumers and practitioners use naturopathy and other complementary medicines is to be expanded with the support of ...
Volunteers needed for Fish Oil and Curcumin Study (FOCUS) at Newcastle University.