1. The popular vitamin supplement associated with a 40% higher risk of lung cancer - warning  Express
  2. Vitamin supplements taken by one-in-two Brits a 'waste of money', says new study  Daily Record
  3. It's Official. Vitamins Don't Do Much for Health  Medscape
  4. Vitamin supplements: Study says products are a ‘waste of money’ - what to do instead  Express
  5. New study shows no known health benefits from supplements: Boston doctor weighs in  WCVB Boston
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SUPPLEMENTS are a staple of the health market but many claims do not withstand scientific scrutiny. In fact, evidence suggests some may do more harm than good. One observational study found a popular vitamin supplement was associated with a 40 percent higher risk of lung cancer.SUPPLEMENTS are a staple of the health market but many claims do not withstand scientific scrutiny. In fact, evidence suggests some may do more harm than good. One observational study found a popular vitamin supplement was associated with a 40 percent higher risk of lung cancer.

Supplements: Vitamin B12 may increase lung cancer risk | Express.co.uk

F. Perry Wilson summarizes the meager evidence behind a $30 billion market.F. Perry Wilson summarizes the meager evidence behind a $30 billion market.

It's Official. Vitamins Don't Do Much for Health

The US Preventive Services Task Force says there isn't good evidence that supplements protect against cancer or heart disease in most peopleThe US Preventive Services Task Force says there isn't good evidence that supplements protect against cancer or heart disease in most people

Is it worth taking vitamins and dietary supplements? For most people, probably not | New Scientist

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For years scientists have been saying there's not much evidence to recommend vitamin supplements for most people, with a growing body of research suggesting most of the pills are useless and don't necessarily make us any healthier.For years scientists have been saying there's not much evidence to recommend vitamin supplements for most people, with a growing body of research suggesting most of the pills are useless and don't necessarily make us any healthier.

Americans Are Wasting Billions Every Year on Useless Supplements, Scientists Warn

Jenny Jia, a board certified doctor at Northwestern, said there are "no shortcuts" to preventing disease — just a healthy diet and exercise.Jenny Jia, a board certified doctor at Northwestern, said there are "no shortcuts" to preventing disease — just a healthy diet and exercise.

Experts: Why Multivitamins and Vitamin E Are a Waste of Money

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Unless you're pregnant, or have a specific vitamin deficiency, all you're doing is creating very expensive pee.Unless you're pregnant, or have a specific vitamin deficiency, all you're doing is creating very expensive pee.

We Are Once Again Reminding You That Dietary Supplements Are Mostly Pointless (For Most People) | IFLScience

According to scientists, health benefits are psychological - and supplements may do more harm than good. According to scientists, health benefits are psychological - and supplements may do more harm than good.

Vitamin supplements taken by one-in-two Brits a 'waste of money', says new study - Daily Record

TUESDAY, June 21, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) recommends against the use of beta carotene or vitamin E for prevention of cardiovascular disease or cancer and finds that the evidence is insufficient for ascertaining the benefits and harms of multivitamin use. These recommendations and findings form the basis ofTUESDAY, June 21, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) recommends against the use of beta carotene or vitamin E for...

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Scientists from Northwestern Medicine suggest that supplemental vitamins are a waste of money since there isn't enough evidence supporting the idea that supplements help prevent cardiovascular disease or cancer.Scientists from Northwestern Medicine suggest that supplemental vitamins are a waste of money since there isn't enough evidence supporting the idea that supplements help prevent cardiovascular disease or cancer.

Nutritional supplements could be a 'waste of money' for healthy or non-pregnant people

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Vitamins for CVD prevention? Not so fast, says USPSTF

A task force says there's not enough evidence to support a recommendation on taking vitamins to reduce the risk of heart disease and cancerA task force says there's not enough evidence to support a recommendation on taking vitamins to reduce the risk of heart disease and cancer

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In the hopes of staying healthy, many people turn to multivitamins as time goes on, hoping the right concoction will help to stave off heart disease or cancer — but according to new research, vitamins and supplements may not be doing much for the average adult. In the hopes of staying healthy, many people turn to multivitamins as time goes on, hoping the right concoction will help to stave off heart disease or cancer — but according to new research, vitamins and supplements may not be doing much for the average adult.

Vitamins: Research looks at how effective they are | CTV News

The health benefits are all in the mind - and some may even do more harm than goodThe health benefits are all in the mind - and some may even do more harm than good

Vitamin pills taken by one-in-two Brits a 'waste of money' - Leicestershire Live

The USPSTF has recommended against the use of beta carotene and vitamin E supplements for the prevention of cancer.Vitamin E does not decrease the risk of cancer or cancer-related death, and the risk of harm from beta carotene outweighs any potential benefits, according to the USPSTF.

USPSTF: Do Not Take Vitamin E, Beta Carotene to Prevent Cancer - Cancer Therapy Advisor

Scientists explain in a new editorial that there's no magic bullet to making people healthy.Scientists explain in a new editorial that there's no magic bullet to making people healthy.

Vitamins are a waste of money, doctors say | Crain's Chicago Business

An updated review of the evidence reinforces that routine vitamin use is mostly worthless.

US Preventive Services Task Force Recommends Against Multivitamins | Science-Based Medicine

A new government recommendation says supplements aren’t worth it. The science says otherwise.A new government recommendation says supplements aren’t worth it. The science says otherwise.

No, multivitamins are not a 'waste of money' | New Hope Network

Researchers cite lack of evidence linking micronutrient intake and disease avoidance, with one JAMA author saying supplement buyers are “wasting money."Medical researchers say there’s a lack of evidence linking micronutrient intake and disease avoidance, with one JAMA author going so far as to say supplement buyers are “wasting money."

Review kneecpas multivitamins in CVD, cancer fight | Natural Products INSIDER

In a move that could upend the multi-billion-dollar U.S. vitamin industry, an authoritative panel of experts said most vitamins, minerals and multivitamin supplements won't prevent heart disease, stroke or cancer.In a move that could upend the multi-billion-dollar U.S. vitamin industry, an authoritative panel of experts said most vitamins, minerals and multivitamin supplements won't prevent heart disease, stroke or cancer.

Most vitamins, minerals won't prevent heart disease, stroke or cancer, panel warns - UPI.com

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(CNN)- Vitamin, mineral and multivitamin supplements aren't likely to protect you from cancer, heart disease or overall mortality, the US Preventive Services Task Force said in updated guidelines released Tuesday in the journal JAMA.(CNN)- Vitamin, mineral and multivitamin supplements aren't likely to protect you from cancer, heart disease or overall mortality, the US Preventive Services Task Force said in updated guidelines released Tuesday in the journal JAMA.

Are you wasting your money on supplements? Most likely, experts say - Egypt Independent

Most people think vitamins help or, at the very least, are benign. But new findings suggest that, in some cases, they can actually be harmful.Most people think vitamins help or, at the very least, are benign. But new findings suggest that, in some cases, they can actually be harmful.

Vitamins are a waste of money for the vast majority of people

In new guidelines, an independent task force says there's little evidence to support the use of these supplements.In new guidelines, an independent task force says there's little evidence to support the use of these supplements.

Don't Take Vitamin E or Beta Carotene to Prevent Heart Disease or Cancer, Experts Say

The health benefits are all in the mind - and some may even do more harm than goodThe health benefits are all in the mind - and some may even do more harm than good

Vitamin pills taken by one-in-two Brits a 'waste of money' - Cornwall Live

A federal panel of health experts suggests people who take vitamin supplements may be wasting their time and money.A federal panel of health experts suggests people who take vitamin supplements may be wasting their time and money.

Experts say vitamin supplements are likely a waste of money - CBS Boston

Many people out there spend money each month to buy supplements and multivitamins, hoping to have better health. There’s no wonder why, as these are thought to maintain our health at optimum levels. But is that really true? According to new research by Northwestern University and led by author Dr. Jeffrey Linder, vitamins and supplements […]

Research Indicates That Multivitamins and Supplements are Useless for Most People - Optic Flux

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The health benefits are all in the mind - and some may even do more harm than goodThe health benefits are all in the mind - and some may even do more harm than good

Vitamin pills taken by one-in-two Brits a 'waste of money' - Gloucestershire Live

Drawn to the allure of multivitamins and dietary supplements filling nutritional gaps in their diet, people in the U.S. in 2021 spent close to $50 billion on vitamins and dietary supplements.

Vitamins, supplements are a 'waste of money' for most Americans

The health benefits are all in the mind - and some may even do more harm than goodThe health benefits are all in the mind - and some may even do more harm than good

Vitamin pills taken by one-in-two Brits a 'waste of money' - Lincolnshire Live

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Over half of US adults take dietary supplements. However, scientists from Northwestern University have written an editorial in support of new guidelines explaining that vitamins are a waste of money for most healthy, non-pregnant Americans.Over half of US adults take dietary supplements. However, scientists from Northwestern University have written an editorial in support of new guidelines explaining that vitamins are a waste of money for most healthy, non-pregnant Americans.

Vitamins and Supplements Are a “Waste of Money” for Most Americans, Say Scientists | Technology Networks

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A report from the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force concluded numerous vitamins and supplements have no benefit, and some are actually more harmful.A report from the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force concluded numerous vitamins and supplements have no benefit, and some are actually more harmful.

Money and health: Billions likely wasted on vitamins, supplements