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A recent study found cranberry supplementation did not significantly reduce the presence of bacteria in urine in older women, but cranberry experts warn against drawing broad conclusions from the results.

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Wanted: Physicians who will interact with patients the way a good financial counselor would.

The latest crop of omega-3 research nets positive data for depression, eye health, children’s health, and more.

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Cranberry proanthocyanidins (PACs) combined with certain probiotic strains may inhibit E. coli invasion, which can lead to urinary tract infections (UTIs), according to a new in vitro study.

Suppliers cite growing demand as one reason for renewed interest in phospholipids.

Recent research investigates the role of minerals in metabolic health, fertility, and heart health.

In this Medical News Minute, Dr Bobby Lazzara reviews a study on the influence of media bias on far-reaching medical decisions in the general public.

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