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Driskell, Judy A. – Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences: From Research to Practice, 1999
Vitamin and mineral supplements were taken by 67% of 88 women and 52% of 88 men surveyed. Reasons included disease prevention and inadequate diet. Women took calcium and iron more frequently. Those who did not take them cited adequate diet and expense. Influence of advertising on supplement use was a concern. (SK)
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