The headline in the May 8th Washington Post was typical: “When it comes to vitamin supplements, more isn’t always better.” The writer went on to explain that megadoses of various vitamins were worthless, and possibly dangerous, and brought in the questionable practice of intravenous vitamin injections, generally damning the “immensely profitable vitamin industry” with a wide and careless brush.
The headlines the Post could have written?
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