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J App Pharm Sci. 2017; 7(8): 201-208

A Cross Sectional Survey on the Knowledge and Attitude towards the Use of Multivitamin Products among the Students of a Medical University in the U.A.E

Rina Rosalia; Sarah Panjwani; Asma Abdillahi Ali; Mohammed Muthana Hameed Al Hayali; Ahmad Mohammed Alahmad; Annie Shirwaikar; Arun Shirwaikar.

Background and Objective: The consumption of multivitamin products for their benefits towards maintenance of health has often been debated upon. This study attempts to assess the knowledge and attitude of the students of a medical university towards the use of multivitamin products. Materials and Methods: A descriptive cross-sectional questionnaire based study was conducted on 319 student participants of a medical university in the U.A.E. Data was analyzed using SPSS version 22 and Pearson Chi Square Test. Results: Among the 319 participants in the survey, 132 (41.6%) were

Key words: Multivitamin;Multivitamin Products;Anemia;Adverse Effects

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