Good advice by Dr. Harold Lots of people take supplements like fish oils, multivitamin tablets and minerals daily, presumably, that they will prevent heart disease. Research do not prove that they do. They may be beneficial for general health. 18 studies conducted between 1970 and 2016, after tracking more than 2 million participants, the studies […] (Date:07/14/2018 06:44) Read full article >>

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