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Are the celebrities onto something with their IV vitamin cocktails? Let’s look at the evidence before rushing to the therapy lounge. from www.shutterstock.com

Do vitamin drips really work? The evidence says ‘no’, so save your money and eat real food

If their social media accounts were anything to go by, celebrities can't get enough of vitamin and mineral infusions, or vitamin drips. Now therapy lounges are popping up for everyone else to try.
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Is your doctor choosing the right IV?

Research on IV devices is underdeveloped, underfunded and understudied. That means doctors don't always have the information they need to choose the best one for their patients.
For a large amount of money, you can now get vitamins through an intravenous drip. Toshiyuki IMAI/Flickr

Why eat your vitamins when you can now shoot them up?

Now appearing in a tabloid near you, reports of the latest fad – infusion of intravenous vitamins, which, exactly as described, is vitamins applied through an intravenous drip. Sounds a little extreme…

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