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Do you believe in the healing power of herbs and spices?


At Pill Advised we are committed to bringing you the research that is uncovering the hidden secrets of these traditional remedies.


One natural product that is generating a lot of interest in the research centers is curcumin, Continue reading »


Maryrose Mondiello, Jonathan Galland, James Maskell

Pill Advised is collaborating with The Functional Forum, an amazing monthly educational event about integrative and functional medicine.


On May 7th, we are taking on The Future of Medicine. Continue reading »


Prof. Kristina Akesson

Vitamin D insufficiency in seniors has been shown to contribute to increased risk of fractures.


Previous studies have used single vitamin D measurements to investigate effects on bone.


A new study from Sweden has found that long-term low levels of vitamin D intake could lead to higher 10-year fracture risk in elderly women.

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Prof. Rolf Holle, Helmholtz Zentrum München

People with type 2 diabetes are not doomed. Taking an active approach to your care can make a real difference in quality of life and longevity.


A study by German scientists finds that those who regularly monitor their blood glucose level, have a diet plan or perform physical exercise could actually reduce the risk of mortality.


Researchers from Helmholtz Zentrum München studied 340 participants with type 2
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The ultra hazardous effects of smoking and second-hand smoking have received much attention. Yet 34 million Americans continue to smoke.


Now there is a nasty new health threat from smoking. We are talking about third-hand smoke, Continue reading »


Patients seeking care or treatment in hospitals beware: you could be exposed to infections there.


The latest data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shows that about one in 25 U.S. patients has at least one infection contracted during their hospital care, adding up to about 722,000 infections in 2011.

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