January 2004 Issue
Vitamin A: New Research Finds Bones Benefit From Less Retinol
Part 1 of a six-part series on key vitamins.
Vitamin A hasnít been in the forefront of nutrition concerns in recent years. Vitamins C and E and folic acid have garnered more attention. But vitamin A is back in the news, and itís not all good.
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