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Health information for the whole family

Health information for the whole family

Health News, Wellness, and Medical Information Study: Some supplements may pose risks for older women Older women are reportedly at an increased risk of death when consumng vitamins or other dietary supplements. The use of dietary supplements has exploded in the United States in recent decadesFolic acid, vitamin B6, magnesium, zinc and copper pose an increased risk Iron was most strongly linked to an increased risk of earlier death -- calcium was the leastIncreases in death risk were extremely small and may not be clinically meaningful (Health.com) -- Older women have a slightly increased risk of dying at an earlier age if they take multivitamins or certain other dietary supplements, according to a new study published today in the Archives of Internal Medicine. Of the 15 supplements included in the study, iron was most strongly linked to an increased risk of earlier death. Folic acid, vitamin B6, magnesium, zinc, copper, and multivitamins were also associated with an increased risk of earlier death. Health.com: Which vitamins do you need? Study: taking some supplements could be bad for you

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Science-Based Medicine Even compliant parents doubt vaccine safety Among vaccines delayed until a child grows older, the measles-mumps-rubella vaccine topped the list. Two percent of parents living in the United States are refusing all vaccines for their children2011 has seen more cases of measles than in any year since 1996In Europe, the measles outbreak has been far worse than in the United States (CNN) -- A new study finds that 28% of parents following the CDC-recommended schedule for childhood vaccinations think it would be safer to delay the shots until children are older. The study, published Monday in the journal Pediatrics, confirms that about 2% of parents living in the United States are refusing all vaccines for their children, and more than one in 10 alter the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention-recommended vaccination schedule by delaying or refusing certain vaccines. Among parents following an alternative vaccine schedule, 30% actually began with the regular schedule, but then changed their minds.

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