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Vitamins are not of equal value

Americans love supplements, but there is no evidence the pills make most of us any healthier

By Elizabeth Cooney
Globe Correspondent / February 23, 2009

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Every day, half of America downs a multivitamin, and feels better for it. Never mind a multitude of research showing that vitamin supplements provide no proven health benefit for most people. (Full article: 987 words)

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