Published in Women's Health Weekly, September 13th, 2001
Fewer than one-third of American women of childbearing age not currently pregnant take a daily multivitamin containing folic acid. According to the survey results, however, 20% of women who don't take the vitamin said unprompted that they would be more likely to do so if their physician or other health care provider recommended it. It also found that most women (76%) say their doctor did not discuss the benefits of...
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