Fort Lauderdale, Fla. -- Controversy is not new to the vitamin industry. For years studies have come out proclaiming and disclaiming the health benefits of various supplements. The latest reports to hit the front pages of the national media involved the preliminary findings of the effects of antioxidants in preventing cancer. The research was sponsored by the National Public Health Institute in Finland and published in the New England Journal of Medicine this spring. The study indicated ...

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