It’s not how many vitamins and minerals you take each day that’s important, but how well you absorb them.
Nothing can replace the benefits of a well-balanced diet, but once healthful eating habits are established, women may benefit from taking dietary supplements to decrease the risk of birth defects in their babies and to prevent and treat ailments that can accompany pregnancy.
Try this quick and easy tip to avoid stress.
Before going to the big guns of pharmaceutical drugs, consider trying some of nature's gentler, less expensive alternatives.
According to a recent survey published in the April 2010 issue of Drug and Therapeutics Bulletin, a newsletter for medical professionals in the United Kingdom, 71.8 percent of respondents believe consumers’ faith in herbal medicine is misplaced. Learn more.
Some herbs are mild enough to use during pregnancy while others should be avoided altogether. Drink this tea to stay positive and energized.
Soothe back strains, sprains, bruises, and other injuries with a warm ginger compress.
Health professionals answer readers' questions about hypertension.