Experts: Vitamins don't prevent heart disease or cancer
from NBC News
There's not much evidence that vitamins can prevent heart disease or cancer — the two leading killers of Americans, experts said. Even though half the U.S. population pops vitamins in the belief they can help people live longer, healthier lives, a very extensive look at the studies that have been done show it may be a waste of time when it comes to preventing the diseases most likely to kill you.
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