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  • Vitamins may lower risk of autism

    LOS ANGELES – Women who reported not taking prenatal vitamins immediately before and during a pregnancy were twice as likely to have a child with autism, University of California, Davis, …

  • Vitamin overload can actually backfire

    These days, it’s not difficult to consume 600 percent of your daily recommended value of B vitamins or 2,000 percent of the recommended amount of vitamin C – all before …

  • Vitamin D debate continues

    Vitamin D – the so-called sunshine vitamin – is the wonder nutrient of the moment. While the vitamin is best known for helping build strong bones and absorb calcium, a …

  • Multivitamins not magic bullets

    We’ve been told for years that popping a multivitamin will make us healthier and prolong our lives, but a major study recently found that daily multivitamins don’t make a difference …

  • People’s Pharmacy: Vitamin eases reader’s chronic migraines

    Q. Thank you for writing about taking vitamin B-2 on a daily basis to prevent migraine headaches. I have suffered from them for 17 years and have been to many …

  • Addition of vitamin D eased shoulder pain

    Q. A couple of weeks ago, my husband saw his endocrinologist, and the doctor ordered a test of his vitamin D level. It was very low, so my husband was …



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