The vitamin and supplement industry is no stranger to skepticism, but recent studies and the ensuing media coverage have been particularly troubling. Late last year, a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association linked vitamin E consumption to an increased risk for prostate cancer. Around the same time, results from the multiyear Iowa Women’s Study showed a risk of earlier death among women who took multivitamins. Though disputed by manufacturers, the grim ...

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