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CRN Announces Free Webinar About the Science Behind  Vitamins

<p>The Council for Responsible Nutrition will hold its next free webinar, titled &quot;Are Vitamins Worth It? The Science Behind Benefits, Safety and Health Care Cost Savings," on February 13.</p>

WASHINGTONThe Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN) will hold the next in its series of free webinars for pharmacists and nurse practitioners in partnership with Skipta, a closed-loop social networking platform for medical professionals. The webinar, title d Are Vitamins Worth It? The Science Behind Benefits, Safety and Health Care Cost Savings," will take place on February 13 at noon EST and will be available on demand following the live event.

The webinar will include a discussion with CRN president and CEO Steve Mister and CRN senior vice president, scientific and regulatory affairs, Duffy MacKay, N.D, about the recent news coverage about vitamins and they will also examine how vitamins are regulated. Results that demonstrate potential health care cost savings from specific dietary supplements  as reported in a CRN-commissioned economic report from Frost & Sullivan titled, Smart PreventionHealth Care Cost Savings Resulting from the Targeted Use of Dietary Supplements," will also be included in the webinar, as well as a question and answer segment.

CRN is a trade association that represents more than 100 dietary supplement manufacturers, ingredient suppliers and companies providing services to those manufacturers and suppliers.

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