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Iron, vitamins could affect physical fitness in adolescents

Adolescents’ blood levels of various micronutrients are correlated with how well they performed in certain physical fitness tests, new research shows. Though these results don’t prove causality, they suggest a new relationship between different measures of adolescent health.
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