Health News Report
Tuesday, December 17, 2013
Daily multivitamin won't help boost the average American's health
Three new studies find that a daily multivitamin won't help boost the average American's health.
The studies found that popping a daily multivitamin didn't ward off heart problems or memory loss, and wasn't tied to a longer life span.
The studies, published in the Dec. 17 issue of the journal
Annals of Internal Medicine
, found that multivitamin and mineral supplements did not work any better in these respects than placebo pills.
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