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Vitamins need to be thrown away when they pass the expiration date, recommends WebMD. The expiration dates on vitamins must be checked regularly, and the vitamins should be stored in a place that is dry, dark and cool.

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Expiration dates are tricky to interpret. After all, some products use a “sell by” date rather than an expiration date. What can this date tell a consumer about when their food is still safe to eat? When it comes to buyi...

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The printed expiration date on milk is really just a sell by date, and milk is usually still good for a few days after that. Milk should last up to 7 days past the sell-by date if properly refrigerated.

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Biotin, inositol, copper, zinc and methylsulfonylmethane, or MSM, are vitamins that are good for promoting hair growth in African-American women, according to Black Doctor. Eating a healthy diet is also beneficial.

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B vitamins are water-soluble, as indicated by WebMD. This means that B vitamins dissolve in water, and since the human body does not store them, it needs replenish them regularly, making them a necessary part of any heal...

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Fat-soluble vitamins are a group of vitamins that reside in the body’s fatty tissue and liver and are potentially dangerous when consumed in excess, notes WebMD. Fat-soluble vitamins are usually absorbed in chylomicrons ...

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A daily dose of vitamins has recommended and upper tolerable limits for each of 24 nutrients established by the Institute of Medicine, according to WebMD. For example, adult males should take 3,000 international units pe...

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