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Niacin Could Be More Harmful Than Helpful

Niacin Could Be More Harmful Than Helpful

Newsy (July 17, 2014) Niacin, a common cholesterol-lowering viatmin, might have far more adverse effects than it's worth. Video provided by Newsy
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Vitamin B12 Linked to Increased Cancer Risk

Vitamin B12 Linked to Increased Cancer Risk

Newsy (Nov. 19, 2013) New research shows higher than normal amounts of vitamin B12 in the blood may increase the risk for cancer.
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