Copper causes iron is recorded in hemoglobin, the red pigment in our blood, and thus plays a role in oxygen transport in the body. Copper is also involved in the pigmentation of skin and hair and connective tissue and bone formation.
Maximum daily dose of vitamin D increased
Hundreds of thousands of people with heart failure could live longer by taking vitamin D, after researchers reported a “very dramatic” improvement. Almost a million people in Britain have heart failu…Read more...
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