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    Vitamin A is a nutrient that can be found in eggs, milk, liver, fortified cereals, carrots, spinach (and other leafy greens), and yellow or orange vegetables such as squash. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about what vitamin A is, how the body uses vitamin A, what foods contain vitamin A, and much more.

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