Mineral supplements, bad.
Antioxidant supplements, bad.
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Experts Weigh In
Vitamins and Mortality: Some Guidance
An interview with Jaakko Mursu, PhD
Trash the Vitamins: Convince Your Patients
A study review by Charles P. Vega, MD and Veena Kulchaiyawat, DO
Dietary Supplements and Mortality Rates in Women: A Cautionary Tale
Commentary from JoAnn E. Manson, MD, DrPH
Vitamins and Mortality: In Defense of Supplements
Commentary from Ayaz Virji, MD
Vitamin Supplements Associated With Increased Risk for Death
Vitamin E Supplements May Raise the Risk for Prostate Cancer
Vitamin D May Not Have Cardioprotective Benefits
Long-term Antioxidant Supplementation Has No Effect on Health-Related Quality of Life
|Mortality in Randomized Trials of Antioxidant Supplements for Primary and Secondary Prevention: Systematic Review and Meta-analysis|