Iron is vital to the growth and brain development of a baby, and he or she will tap into the existing iron supply of its mother to furnish their own need. If an expectant mother is deprived of iron long enough, she can become anemic: a condition very dangerous to the mother and child alike. It is imperative for a mother to increase her vitamin intake during pregnancy, as most of the nutrients she consumes will go the mental and physical health of her unborn child. With liquid iron supplements , mothers are finding an alternative option to typical anemic treatments.
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Miley Cyrus Is Tired of Short Hair: Tugging On It, Taking Hair Growth Vitamins
Fashion Police episode, the painstakingly edgy “We Can’t Stop” singer confessed that she really, really misses her long hair. “I’m secretly tugging on it every night and taking Viviscal,” she said of the hair-growth vitamin supplement. “I’m not going to lie. But I’m going to rock it while I have it.” PHOTOS: Miley’s evolution Celebrity hairstylist Chris McMillan (who gave Jennifer Aniston “The Rachel” in the late ’90s) chopped off Cyrus’ shoulder-length locks back in August 2012, part of the former Disney star’s ongoing sexy, racy makeover. Making a hard-to-keep vow about maintaining her short hair forever to E back in February, Cyrus said that fiance Liam Hemsworth “loves” her short do.
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Vitamins That Cost Pennies a Day Seen Delaying Dementia
Alzheimers accounts for 50 percent to 80 percent of all dementias, according to the Alzheimers Association . Vitamin Cocktail Study volunteers were given either a placebo or 0.5 milligrams of vitamin B12, 20 milligrams of vitamin B6 and 0.8 milligrams of folic acid. Their brains were scanned using magnetic-resonance imaging and blood levels of the protein homocysteine were measured at the start of the trial and two years later. The MRI scans compared how much gray matter was lost in brain regions most affected by Alzheimers disease . Its a big effect, much bigger than we would have dreamt of, A. David Smith said. I find the specificity of this staggering.
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