Study: Multivitamins don't prevent cancer, heart disease

02/10/2009 | Google

An eight-year study that included 161,808 postmenopausal women found taking a multivitamin did not prevent cancer or heart disease. The results were similar to those found recently for men. Researchers advised people to get nutrients from whole foods, but said the findings don't mean that the vitamins are useless.

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