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Cooper Complete® Top 9 Supplements to Combat Depression

Learn about 9 Supplements for Depression

According to the National Institute of Mental Health, depression is one of the most common mental disorders in the United States, affecting nearly 2 in 10 adults. The Centers for Disease Control...

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Folate Health Benefits – Why You Should Take Folate

While most of us know folate is key in preventing birth defects for women of childbearing years, we may not be aware that it is used for a number of vital functions in the body for both men and...

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Cooper Complete Menopause Health Supplement

Learn About Supplements for the Relief of Menopause Symptoms

The final menstrual period a woman has marks the beginning of menopause and is usually confirmed after there hasn’t been a period for 12 consecutive months (with no other obvious health...

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Vitamin B12 Deficiency: Are you getting enough?

Vitamin B12 is one of many nutrients in the family of B vitamins.  These B vitamins work together to help the body convert food into fuel needed for daily use, so it is important to not have a...

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Photo of three multi-generational women in a family. Dr Radford explains nutritional deficiencies in aging adults and struggles for the sandwich generation of people who care for them

Nutritional Needs for Caregivers and Aging Parents

The sandwich generation is the term used for individuals who are caring for both their children and parents. Research results from a 2019 survey of clients of a financial management company showed...

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Why Vitamin D Deficiency is Becoming More Common

Do you have a vitamin D deficiency? Statistics say more people probably do.

A March 2009 study published in the Archives of Internal Medicine estimates that 77 percent of...

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