Multivitamins Cut Cancer Risk in Men, Study Finds

It's a decision that millions of Americans face every morning: to take, or not to take, that multivitamin. Now, a new study of almost 15,000 men over 50 suggests popping that daily supplement could cut cancer rates by 8 percent. The study is good news for some Americans, who spend billions of dollars each year on the assumption that taking a daily multivitamin will help prevent disease. "Despite the lack of definitive trial data regarding the benefits of multivitamins in the prevention of...Full Story
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