Supplements for coronavirus probably won’t help, and may harm
Mar 31 10:32 AM
| Updated Mar 31 10:45 AM
Dietary supplement sales have surged in the US as panicked consumers stock up on vitamins, herbs, extracts, and cold and flu remedies. None of these products have been shown to lower the likelihood of contracting the coronavirus or shortening its course, and taking large doses of them can potentially do harm. But experts say that the jump in sales suggests many people are desperate to strengthen their body’s immune defenses and ease their heightened anxiety levels.
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