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    Vitafusion Women's Gummy Vitamins, 150 Count (Packaging May Vary)
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    • Tasty and easy to take alternative to pills
    • Delicious natural flavors. Supports bone health
    • Just two per day provides multivitamins and minerals women may need
    • Contains no gluten (wheat), milk, eggs, peanuts, or soy
    • Women's multi-vitamin and mineral formula in naturallly flavored gummies with up to 75 servings per bottle

    Vitafusion Men's Gummy Vitamins, 150 Count (Packaging May Vary)
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    • Supports the immune system and muscles
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    • Great tasting gummies
    • Supports energy metabolism
    • A complete multivitamin specially formulated to support the specific health needs of men

Do Common Vitamins Raise Lung Cancer Risk?

TUESDAY, Aug. 22, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- Men, and especially male smokers, appear to be more likely to develop lung cancer if they take high doses of vitamins B6 and B12, new research suggests.

For men taking these vitamin supplements, the risk of lung cancer was nearly doubled. For men who smoked, the risk was between three and four times higher, the study found.

"High-dose B6 and B12 supplements should not be taken for lung cancer prevention, especially in men, and they may cause harm in male smokers," said study lead author Theodore Brasky. He is a research assistant professor at Ohio State University.

However, the study wasn't designed to prove cause-and-effect between the vitamins and lung cancer; it only showed an association.

It's also not clear why only men and current male smokers seem to face an extra risk.

And a trade organization representing the vitamin industry cautioned against reading too much into the study.

Most people in the United States get enough vitamin B6 through their diets, according to the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH). Some people with certain health conditions may need supplements.


i want to stock up on some vitamins when i go grocery shopping and i want to know what the ones are that i need. i am planning on getting a bottle of the Centrum A-Z ones and i have some chewable calcium things..but dont they have vitamins involving veggies?

Health does not come in a little pill. Eat balanced meals and exercise daily and you will live a healthy, happy, productive life. Stock up on that.

Just take a multivitamin and a fish oil supplement for Omega-3 fatty acids.

P.S. The person at your local health food store is not an "expert" on vitamins. They're paid to sell vitamins.

P.S.S. If you're confused

A good multiple vitamin would probably be enough. I take that and a Super b- complex. Smokers need more C. Women need more B.


I am 14, am highly active, have slightly unruly skin and need more energy-better immune system-need to improve my memory and would like to be able to build muscle faster what vitamins/minerals/herbs/Chinese medicine tricks/ home remedies/tips/doctor's

I am on a great liquid nutritional supplement that gives me more energy and has helped with my migraine headaches and arthritis. I will not advertise on here, but if you want to email me, I will give you the link.

Take a whole foods derived multi vitamin/mineral with green foods in it like spirulina. Also raw honey and whole grain cereals and plenty of good foods, water, and sunshine.