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Sonya Collins

Some studies — but not all — suggest a possible connection between low levels of vitamin D and memory problems or dementia.
You know you shouldn’t drink too much, but you’ve probably heard that one or two drinks a day could have health benefits. Well, it may not be that simple.
You may not give much thought to B vitamins, but they provide valuable benefits that keep your body running and help your brain stay strong.
Like your outward appearance, your brain goes through changes as you age. And while some changes are perfectly normal, others are not.
We’ve been told since we were children that multivitamins are good for us and that they help us get all the daily vitamins we need. But is that true?
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