Can Doing This Make Men Healthier?

A man wearing pajamas while using his laptop in the kitchenWhat’s something that most experts agree can make a huge difference in a man’s health?

Here’s a clue: Though it may be very small, it can pack a powerful, nutritional punch.

The answer: A multivitamin.

Taking a daily multivitamin may lower your risk of developing cancer, says a recent study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association.

Researchers tracked nearly 15,000 male physicians (50 years or older) for more than a decade, asking half to take a daily multivitamin, while the others took a placebo. At the end of the study, the data showed that men who took the daily multivitamin experienced 8 percent fewer cancers than those who took the placebo.