According to recent national surveys, approximately 40 percent of US adults are using multivitamins/multiminerals, and the specific use of calcium, folic acid, vitamin D and other vitamin and mineral supplements is common.
People take dietary supplements for multiple reasons: to prevent diseases, manage diseases, extend life and promote general health ... [more]
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Jack Cuzick, PhD
It was perhaps a love of pure mathematics as a boy that started Dr. Jack Cuzick down the road to his receipt of ... [more]
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For millions of children every morning across America, mothers press upon them the time honored tradition of taking their daily vitamin. In parallel, it is likewise the case that approximately 40 percent of U.S. adults take some form of vitamin and/or mineral supplements on a daily basis as well. [more]