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A new study finds that 62.5% of U.S. adults with arthritis take at least one dietary supplement, compared to 49% of adults without arthritis who say the same.

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New research out of Mexico suggests calcium from Opuntia ficus indica may be effective at improving several markers of bone health in rats.

In the U.S., there has been strong interest in super-premium, single-serve formulations.

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According to legend, St. John’s wort got its name because the plant blooms around June 24—the same day as the feast of St. John the Baptist in some Christian traditions.

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A new meta-analysis of more than 25 studies provides evidence that vitamin D supplementation may be beneficial to immune health.

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Subjects consuming the bioactive collagen peptides demonstrated statistically significant improvements in activity-related pain intensity.

FDA draft guidance has given the sodium-reduction movement new life, and ingredients old and new are rising to the challenge.

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Researchers found the postmenopausal women with hyperparathyroidism and vitamin D deficiency had lower bone mineral density than women with sufficient levels of vitamin D.

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Researchers found a Fructus-sophorae extract protected against development of collagen-induced arthritis in mice.

Food and beverage companies in particular are of high interest to investors, said NCN.

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