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Who should take zinc sulfate?

Everyone should have a certain amount of zinc in their diet in order to maintain good health. Zinc sulfate can help treat individuals with low zinc levels or a zinc deficiency. This medication has also been known to be beneficial if someone is suffering from plaque and gingivitis, Wilson's disease, high cholesterol, herpes, fungal scalp infections, Down syndrome complications, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), acne vulgaris, gastric disorder and malnutrition symptoms like diarrhea. Certain medical conditions and medications may interfere with your zinc sulfate supplement, however, and should be discussed with your doctor.

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