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Vitamins, Minerals, and Preconception Health
Pharmacy Times
For decades, health care professionals have known that neural tube defects at birth are often associated with insufficient prenatal folic acid intake. For that reason, public health officials urge pregnant women to take prenatal vitamins that contain a ...




Reader's Digest

14 Simple Ways to Make Your Vitamins More Effective
Reader's Digest
Undrey/shutterstockThere are some secrets vitamin manufacturers don't want you to know, but it's no secret that you should always take your vitamins at mealtimes. "When you consume foods, it initiates a cascade of digestive processes that help absorb ...




Atlanta Journal Constitution

6 vitamins that boost hair growth and prevent hair loss
Atlanta Journal Constitution
Vitamin C is well-known for helping improve the immune system and for fighting colds and the flu, but it can also help keep your hair strong and supple, health blog Bembu reports. High in antioxidants, vitamin C fights off the free radicals that create ...




Health24

Why too many vitamins might harm you
Health24
Forty per cent of Americans pop at least one vitamin and mineral supplement every day. Healthy, active folks take even more, seemingly because they're interested in staying healthy and active. But if you haven't already, it's time to reexamine your ...




Medgadget (blog)

Global Antioxidant Vitamins Market 2017 Medical Research, Clinical Analysis, Demand and Growth 2022
Medgadget (blog)
The latest report Antioxidant Vitamins Market by QY Research added to it's database and brings to light the comprehensive study and factual information of global market. The report also provides the global market segmentation based on applications, ...

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Quartz

E-commerce may finally fund tests for all those sketchy vitamins and supplements
Quartz
Can selling supplements to the masses over the internet change the way we test medical supplements? We're about to find out. E-commerce drug companies are trying out a new funding model to test vitamins, supplements, and other “enhancing” substances.




The Atlantic

Vitamin B6 and B12 Supplements Appear to Cause Cancer in Men
The Atlantic
Nonetheless around 50 percent of people in the United States take some form of “dietary supplement” product, and among the most common are B vitamins. Worse than just a harmless waste of money, this usage could be actively dangerous. In an issue of ...
Vitamin B causes cancer in men?The Mercury News
We should never have told people to start taking vitamins, and new research linking one type to cancer shows whyAOL
High doses of vitamin B tied to lung cancer risk, study saysmyfox8.com
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HuffPost

Do Common Vitamins Raise Lung Cancer Risk?
WebMD
TUESDAY, Aug. 22, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- Men, and especially male smokers, appear to be more likely to develop lung cancer if they take high doses of vitamins B6 and B12, new research suggests. For men taking these vitamin supplements, the risk of ...
Men: Taking Vitamins B6 And B12 Could Increase Your Risk Of Lung CancerHuffPost
Taking loads of vitamin B could increase your risk of lung cancerPopular Science
Clear link between heavy vitamin B intake and lung cancerScience Daily
Atlanta Journal Constitution -Office of Dietary Supplements - NIH -Office of Dietary Supplements - NIH -CNN
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KFGO

IMA Doctors Show: Vitamins & Supplements
KFGO
IN THIS PODCAST: Dr. Brent Hella from IMA Healthcare joins IT2 for the "IMA Doctors Show". Dr. Hella is an Internal Medicine physician who speicializes in disease management with a special interest in diabetes and weight loss. Do you ever wonder if you ...

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Romper

Moms-To-Be Want To Know: What Type Of Vitamins Do I Need To Take When I'm Pregnant?
Romper
Prenatal vitamins are, usually, one of the first things you start considering when you have baby on the brain. You probably think you just need to pick up an over-the-counter bottle of whatever has all the extra nutrients your body will need to support ...

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