A new report from the Department of Health and Human Services Inspector General warns dozens of dietary supplements are illegally labeled and make claims without scientific evidence.
According to the results of a Mayo Clinic study, high doses of the herb American ginseng over two months was found to reduce cancer related fatigue.
Taking vitamins is a daily routine for millions of people, but is it worth it? 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl says the answer can be yes, and no.
A vitamin thought to prevent cancer might actually cause it. Scientists were suspicious for years, now there’s finally proof.
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