Vitamins More than two-thirds of Americans take at least one nutritional supplement every day. There are many reasons why. The rising incidence of obesity and diabetes is fueling interest in healthier dietary habits. Also, the aging U.S. Baby Boomer population is embracing supplement use in an effort to maintain vitality, fend off disease. Likewise, expanded availability of products addressing condition-specific health issues, such as vitamin D for bone health, is generating ...

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