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If you worry about detecting cancer early, and therefore anxiously get regular cancer screenings, the New York Times today has an article on cancer screening that puts the whole subject into perspective: early detection doesn’t reduce the actual mortality rates from most … Continue reading
A little reminder, from Ronald Bailey at Reason magazine, that there continues to be no evidence that vitamin supplementation improves health or increases longevity. Here’s his summary of two recent medical studies: One finding is that men in the prostate cancer study who took … Continue reading
Sunshine (a natural source of vitamin D) and supplemental vitamin D appear to be really, really good for you. This today in the Los Angeles Times: Vitamin supplements have been both heralded and hyped over the years, only to ultimately fall … Continue reading