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Death by vitamin

The Irish are lucky—and not just in general. They’re especially lucky when it comes to vitamins and supplements.

With those fusty old bureaucrats in the European Union dithering for years in setting the maximum doses that people can safely take, Ireland’s own watchdog has acted decisively.

With Ireland’s supplement market tripling in just 10 years, the Irish Food Safety Authority has set the upper safe levels for 21 vitamins and

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