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Use of dietary supplements remains stable in US; multivitamin use decreases

(The JAMA Network Journals) A nationally representative survey indicates that supplement use among US adults remained stable from 1999-2012, with more than half of adults reporting use of supplements, while use of multivitamins decreased during this time period, according to a study appearing in the Oct. 11 issue of JAMA.
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