Complementary medicines are increasingly invoking traditional use when the science does not add up. Horseradish and garlic products provide a good example.
Study results examining the effect of antioxidants on sperm health are mixed.
Manuka honey has a lot of evidence-based benefits, and a lot of rubbish claims too.
Where's the evidence behind claims Band-Aids speed up wound healing? Here's why we'll never know.
Turmeric is often reported to have anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, anti-bacterial, and anti-cancer properties.
The root of the black cohosh plant has a long history of use in Europe and became popular around the world after receiving German approval as a non-prescription drug for hot flushes in 2000.
At roughly twice the price, should we bother with A2 milk?
Despite several safety recalls of this brand of dietary weight-loss supplements over the past decade, "Hydroxycut" is one of the biggest sellers in its market.
Weight-loss supplement Garcinia Cambogia has had an exponential rise in sales since its marketing on the Doctor Oz show.
Does the liver really respond to an over-the-counter product that claims to 'detoxify' or 'heal' its function?