A new study has found that taking multivitamins daily during pregnancy results in longer pregnancies bigger, healthier babies.
Taking a multivitamin every day doesn`t seem to ward off thinking and memory problems. Nor will it prevent further heart disease or death among people who have already had a heart attack.
The intake of daily multivitamins does not lower the risk of cardiovascular disease in men, says a new finding.
Taking multivitamin pill a day can lower the risk of cancer, according to a study.
Multivitamins promotes a false sense of invulnerability that actually leads its users to engage in riskier behaviours.
Women taking multivitamins don`t live longer than those who get their nutrients from food alone.
Smokers who take multivitamins while puffing many cigarettes daily should beware: there is no evidence that the pills will protect them against cancer.
Women who take a daily multivitamin pill may face a higher risk of breast cancer, a new study has claimed.
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