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Vitamin E Doesn’t Affect Women’s Risk of Heart Failure, Massachusetts General Hospital Study


3/21/2012 6:54:38 AM

Taking vitamin E supplements may not help when it comes to preventing heart failure among women. A new study shows that vitamin E supplements had no effect on women’s risk of developing heart failure. It’s the first large-scale study on the effectiveness of vitamin E in preventing heart failure. Vitamin E is one of a group of nutrients known as antioxidants, which are thought to help protect the body from oxidative damage to its cells.

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