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7 vitamin supplements you might need if you're vegan
INSIDER
And if you aren't very vigilant about what you eat when observing a meatless diet, you can suffer from vitamin deficiencies which can lead to serious health implications. INSIDER spoke to some experts on the topic to help you determine the best ...

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NEWS.com.au

Can we achieve perfect health by taking vitamins?
NEWS.com.au
“There was this utopian dream that we could just eat white bread and then take vitamins and everyone would have perfect health,” science educator Dr Derek Muller told news.com.au. But despite their growing popularity — which has seen them added to ...



Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

UW scientific advances include vitamins, growing human embryonic stem cells in lab
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
From Vitamin D and human embryonic stem cells to blood thinners and new treatment avenues for patients with Alzheimer's Disease, the University of Wisconsin-Madison has been home to numerous scientific advances since its founding in 1849. Thursday's ...

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NBCNews.com

Vitamin supplements don't lower heart risk, study finds
NBCNews.com
There's even more evidence supplements are a waste of money. A new study published Tuesday confirms earlier research showing that people who take supplements, including vitamins and minerals, do little or nothing to reduce their risk of heart disease.
Taking Multivitamins Is a Waste of Time When It Comes to Heart Health, Study SuggestsNewsweek
Yet Another Study Confirms Multivitamins Won't Help Your Heartmenshealth.com
More Signs Supplements Won't Help Your HeartWebMD
Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes - AHA Journals -Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes - AHA Journals
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Popular Science

Beauty vitamins promise shinier hair, stronger nails, and suppler skin, but do they work?
Popular Science
You've probably seen these little magical vitamins all over Instagram, and in beauty and skin product-specific stores like Sephora and Ulta touting often vague, yet highly appealing, claims. One vitamin by Hum Nutrition, a popular maker of supplements ...

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Today.com

Vitamin supplements don't lower heart risk, study finds - Today Show
Today.com
The latest study confirms earlier research showing that vitamin and mineral supplements are a waste of money for most people.
Ask Dr. Nandi: Vitamin supplements don't lower heart risk, study findsWXYZ
Association of Multivitamin and Mineral Supplementation and Risk of Cardiovascular Disease | Circulation ...Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes - AHA Journals

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Reader's Digest

22 Warning Signs Your Vitamins Aren't Going to Work
Reader's Digest
You regularly buy vitamins and supplements to improve your health and vitality, but will they perform the way you think they will? Here are the warning signs to watch out for when purchasing supplements.



Express.co.uk

Vitamin B12 deficiency: Add feta cheese to your diet to get more B12 ...
Express.co.uk
VITAMIN b12 deficiency, or folate deficiency, causes the body to produce red blood cells which can't function properly, causing muscle weakness, extreme ...
Doctors called signs of vitamin deficiency - micetimes.asiawww.MICEtimes.asia (press release)
Dear Dairy - The StatesmanThe Statesman

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Women's Health

The 6 Best Prenatal Vitamins You Can Buy On Amazon
Women's Health
Prenatal vitamins are there to fill in any nutritional gaps and make sure there is an abundance of all the vital nutrients your baby needs to grow—especially magnesium, zinc, calcium, vitamins B and C, and folate, says G. Thomas Ruiz, M.D., ob-gyn at ...



austin360 (blog)

More kids are taking vitamins than a decade ago, but do they do any good?
austin360 (blog)
According to a study published in the June issue of the Journal of American Medical Association Pediatrics, a third of U.S. children and adolescents would say they “had taken any vitamins, minerals, herbals or other dietary supplements in the last 30 days.

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