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Ocean Spray’s new Cranberry +Health juice drink is meant to reduce UTIs in hospitals, managed-care facilities, and retirement homes.

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Recent study results suggest pregnant and nursing mothers who consumed Benexia chia oil may experience significant increases in certain omega-3 fatty acids in their breast milk and red blood cells.

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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.


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