“Tailored” Vitamins, Blood Testing Questioned In JAMA Review
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Testing for vitamin levels in blood, serum or red blood cells may be premature for individuals "who do not have a well-recognized indication" for chronic disease, Harvard researchers say in a report on vitamin use to prevent chronic conditions, published in the June 19 Journal of the American Medical Association
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