USA: US Citizens aged over 50 deem dietary supplements essential, study finds
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. - A large majority of older Americans, or 65% of adults aged 50 or older, consider supplements "essential" for people their age, according a recent national survey. The results also showed that, unfortunately, only four out of ten older adults have received dietary supplement recommendations from their doctors.
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