Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, February 9th, 2003
Speaking at a conference on dietary supplement use among older Americans at the National Institutes of Health, researchers said that older people who take dietary supplements are typically lean, physically active individuals who do not smoke or drink excessive amounts of alcohol. And they eat their fruits and vegetables, too.
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