Maybe I could use some vitamins at 62. What kind would you recommend?

The kind in foods. If you get a balanced diet and are otherwise healthy, you probably don't need to take a supplemental vitamin. They have not been shown to reduce the risk of heart disease or cancer in this case. Exceptions include women of childbearing age, who should take a folate supplement to reduce the risk of a future baby with spinal cord problems, and 65+ years with fall risk should take vitamin d.