Every week, the Nuance will go beyond the basics, offering a deep and researched look at the latest science and expert insights on a buzzed-about health topic.
Since at least the 1950s, intravenous (IV) vitamin therapy has been a thing. Back then, a New York physician named Max Jacobson — nicknamed “Dr. Feelgood” — famously injected cocktails of B12 and amphetamines into his celebrity clients, including, by many accounts, John F. Kennedy.
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