Mixed News for Vitamin E Leaves Questions

September 2005
Environmental Nutrition;Sep2005, Vol. 28 Issue 9, p3
Examines the effect of vitamin E on the prevention of cardiovascular disease and cancer. Reduction in the cardiovascular deaths among all women taken vitamin E, which increased over time compared to placebo; Recommended daily dosage of vitamin E; Beneficial components of vitamin E.


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