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ThirdAge

Many Popular Vitamins Don't Have Health Benefits
ThirdAge
The most popular vitamin and mineral supplements provide no health benefit or harm, according to a new study. The finding, from researchers at St. Michael's Hospital, in Toronto, and the University of Toronto, was published in the Journal of the ...



Popular Science

There are only 13 actual vitamins, and you'll die without them
Popular Science
Here's the confusing thing about vitamins: your life literally depends on them—but that doesn't mean you need to take them. The best scientific evidence to date says you probably don't need vitamins in pill form. A recent systematic analysis of ...
Study finds most vitamins to prove no use to consumersWFMZ Allentown

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Kaiser Health News

Facebook Live: Sorting Out The Truth About Vitamins
Kaiser Health News
Did you remember to take your vitamins? For more than half of Americans who take vitamin supplements — 68 percent of whom are 65 or older — this is a regular, even daily, question. But whether it's vitamin E, vitamin D, fish oil or folic acid, among ...



Health.com

Is It Possible to Take Too Many Vitamins?
Health.com
In an ideal world, we'd all eat a perfectly balanced diet every day, getting 100% of the vitamins and minerals we need from fresh, tasty, and home-cooked foods. In real life, however, that rarely happens. That's where supplements come in—theoretically ...



Lifehacker Australia

Which Vitamins Do You Really Need?
Lifehacker Australia
We all need vitamins, but that doesn't mean you need to take a vitamin. This week, science gave us another brick for the giant “vitamin pills are useless for most of us” sign that's been under construction for a while. (It's a metaphor, but I imagine ...
Will new vitamins study hurt (the very many) supplement startups?Fast Company
Most Vitamins Found To Be Ineffective5newsonline.com
Your multivitamins aren't helping you live longerQuartz
Discover Magazine (blog) -Healio -KRQE News 13
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Reader's Digest

9 Reasons Vitamins Could Make You Feel Worse
Reader's Digest
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration does not test or regulate vitamins and supplements in the same way that they do drugs, explains Sreekant Cherukuri, MD, an otolaryngologist in private practice in Munster and Hobart, Indiana, who runs a website ...
New study on supplemental vitamins proves they're useless and a waste of moneyPhilly.com

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USA TODAY

Vitamins and mineral supplements don't improve heart health, study says
USA TODAY
There were some exceptions: Folate and other B-vitamins (B6 and B12) did surface some minor evidence of reducing heart disease risk and risk of stroke, largely because of a Chinese study included in the overall research. Niacin (B3) and antioxidants ...
Aside From Folate, Vitamins Appear Largely Ineffective For Prevention, Study FindsForbes
Study: Vitamin Supplements Don't Provide Health BenefitsU.S. News & World Report
Do Vitamin and Mineral Pills Actually Work? No, Say ScientistsNewsweek
ABC News -Chicago Sun-Times -Science Daily -ScienceDirect.com
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Elite Daily

Are Personalized Vitamins Worth It? Experts Say Convenience Comes With A Catch
Elite Daily
Seconds before your fingers reached the doorknob, did mom or dad holler at you to take your vitamins? I can't count on just one hand how many times this exact scenario went down in my house, but I can if you ask how many times I actually listened ...

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Women's Health

What's The Deal With Those Care/Of Personalized Vitamins?
Women's Health
The basics come first, mainly your age, where you live, and if you're currently taking any vitamins. Next comes your health goals—whether you're looking to supplement for a specific condition or just want better health in general—as well as things ...



Science News

increases, rice loses B vitamins and other nutrients
Science News
Testing higher carbon dioxide concentrations in experimental rice paddies in China predicts losses in four vitamins — B1, B2, B5 and B9 — an international team reports May 23 in Science Advances. Adding results from similar experiments in Japan, the ...
The weird power of rising carbon dioxide to make rice less nutritiousVox
) levels this century will alter the protein, micronutrients, and vitamin content of rice grains with potential ...Science Advances
Kristie Ebi | University of Washington - Department of Global HealthDepartment of Global Health - University of Washington
Biology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign -Department of Geography
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