I was asked recently to comment on if multivitamins are needed for children. “The run-of-the-mill child who is thriving does not require a multivitamin,” says Dr. Jatinder Bhatia, chair of the AAP’s committee on nutrition. There are a few sets of patients who would benefit. Read on. . .
Multivitamins: Do young children need them? – MayoClinic.com.
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