“Sun is bad for you. Everything our parents said was good is bad. Sun, milk, red meat ... college. — Woody Allen’s character in the 1977 film “Annie Hall” Roseburg pharmacist Lee Harman swallows a daily multivitamin because he knows what will happen if he doesn’t. “I notice a difference in my energy level,” said Harman, who works at Harvard Avenue Drugs. “If I’m dragging, more than likely it’s from missing the vitamin content ... I’ll recognize I didn’t take it for three or four days.” Vitamin supplements have been staples of U.S. home medicine chests for generations. The Harvard …
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