A forthcoming study is expected to show that New York Police Department members who spent time at the site of the World Trade Center terrorist attack in 2001 are developing cancer at a significantly higher rate than before the attack.
You can have enough vitamin D in your blood, be low in vitamin D (insufficiency) or really lack it (deficiency). A new study says that having low levels of vitamin D can accelerate cognitive decline dramatically.
Lutein, a nutrient and antioxidant found in foods such as spinach, kale, collard greens, and egg yolks and extracted from marigolds to make dietary supplements, has been studied as a critical component for maintaining good vision health.
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