New study finds Vitamin D improves mental health of those with addictions

A new university study recently published in the American Journal of Addiction Medicine has found that Vitamin D supplements greatly improve the mental health and cognitive functioning of drug-addicted people on methadone programs. In the randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial, 64 people who were taking part in a methadone maintenance treatment program were given either 

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New study finds Palmitoylethanolamide (PEA) could offer hope to sufferers of Fibromyalgia

A newly released observational study conducted by researchers from the Verona University Hospital in Italy has suggested that a substance currently classified as a food product could potentially offer hope to sufferers of Fibromyalgia. In the study, data from 407 fibromyalgia patients who had been prescribed ultramicronized Palmitoylethanolamide (PEA) tablets between the years 2013 and 

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High dose Vitamin C found to suppress tumour growth

High doses of intravenous Vitamin C can help to significantly suppress the growth of cancerous tumours, according to a team of researchers from Poland and the U.S. In a review published in the journal Molecules last month, lead author Blazej Rubis from the Poznan University of Medical Sciences claimed that data showed Vitamin C could 

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New study finds Vitamin D can prevent potentially fatal lung attacks

Topping up the Vitamin D levels of patients with certain respiratory conditions leads to a 45{648ff2b140dd79f8b10f01740237e66061b7c0f8b396ba52d99047c684c8722c} reduction in lung attacks according to researchers from Queen Mary University of London. The researchers recently reviewed the results of three clinical trials involving 469 people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and found that those who started out 

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