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Tags: vitamins


U.S. News & World Report story on COPD and vitamin A left us wondering ‘what’s the news?’


Vitamins delivered via IV: STAT wisely asks ‘where’s the evidence?’

1 2/3/2015

Ending the multivitamin debate: Why taking one may actually save your life


Vitamin A may slash melanoma risk

1 1/4/2012

Could a vitamin make antidepressants work better?


Prenatal Vitamins May Lower Autism Risk


Sluggish? Confused? Vitamin B12 May Be Low


Vitamin B and its role in improving memory