March of Dimes Finds Compliance Doesn’t Improve With Time

More folic acid in the food supply is the answer, concludes nonprofit group

Every supplement offering a clear health benefit could itself benefit from recognition by a nonprofit health association— like the March of Dimes’ support for folic acid supplementation to prevent birth defects. But even a decades-long promotional effort such as this, appears to have a compliance threshhold.

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