4 ways vitamin supplements can derail your kid's diet
from New York Post
When it comes to vitamins for kids, less is more, says the American Academy of Pediatrics. While the group advises that infants, kids and teenagers on healthy diets have no need for dietary supplements unless otherwise recommended by a doctor, a recently released survey estimates that about one-third of Americans under age 19 are taking supplements of some kind.
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