Research & Development In Brief: PPIs and B12 deficiency, multivitamins trim cataracts risk, vitamin E slows Alzheimer’s
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Heartburn medicines raise B12 deficiency risk; multivitamins reduce cataracts risk; fat-soluble vitamin E slows Alzheimer’s; and modified acetaminophen overdose treatment reduces adverse events.
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