You Should Know
October 2002 Issue
Multi a Day, Docs Say
If you donít already take a multivitamin as part of your daily routine, you might want to start. Thatís the advice of a group of Harvard researchers who have exhaustively reviewed the literature on vitamins they deem most important for disease prevention. According to the researchersí reports, published in the June 19 Journal of the American Medical Association, many Americansóespecially older peopleódonít get enough vitamins from food alone. And we now know suboptimal vitamin intakes can put you at risk
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