Taking vitamins every day is an important investment for many people, but these pricey supplements can go to waste if you store them in the wrong place. According to CBS News, it's important to keep your vitamins away from high heat and humid places. That includes on countertops or cabinets near stoves, dishwashers or in bathrooms used for showers. Not only can they go bad, but the chemical composition of the vitamins can change, too. Store your supplements in a cool, dry place, like inside a pantry or in a drawer in a powder room, for easy access and safe storage.
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