If you haven't heard of MaryRuth's Organics Liquid Morning Multivitamin, clearly you haven't been listening to the TikTok girlies.
I’m old and even two glasses of wine hurt real bad, but H-Proof claims its vitamin blends may be able to save you from a rough morning.
This TikTok-viral liquid elixir is rumored to regrow hair, boost health, and give you triple-espresso energy—but does it work?
After years of stress-grinding and -clenching, I finally unwound (and saved my teeth) thanks to Calm's magnesium chews.
Plenty of research suggests that taking vitamin supplements isn’t helpful unless you’re working with your doctor to address a specific deficiency.
This week in science: taking nutritional supplements can't prevent depression, a video of a droplet doing something you've never seen water do, and researchers predicted people’s choices before they made them.
I didn't investigate the science behind them before showing up so I could keep an open mind and benefit from any placebo effect.
The more subtle effects of going vegetarian.
The doctor most responsible for turning the sunshine supplement into a billion-dollar juggernaut has received hundreds of thousands of dollars from the vitamin D industry, according to government records and interviews.
And, surprisingly, Goop isn't even the worst player in pseudoscience.
We went mouth first into the internet's grossest health trend so you don't have to.