Studies: Multivitamins do not help prevent heart disease, cancer

Winthrop Hospital's Chief of Cardiology Dr. Kevin Marzo

Winthrop Hospital's Chief of Cardiology Dr. Kevin Marzo says he doesn't think average healthy adults benefit from taking vitamins, but he would like to see more research done. (February 26, 2014 6:47 PM)

According to two new studies published this week, researchers say multivitamins and supplements do not help prevent heart disease or cancer.

Some researchers went even further, saying consumers should stop wasting their money buying products that do not work.

Winthrop Hospital's Chief of Cardiology Dr. Kevin Marzo says he doesn't think average healthy adults benefit from taking vitamins,...

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