Folate May Cut Male Smokers' Stroke Risk  
2/20/2008 7:49:51 AM

20-Feb-2008 - An increased intake of folate may reduce the risk of stroke by 20 per cent for male smokers, suggests a new study. Over 26,000 male Finnish smokers took part in the study, which also indicated that other B-vitamins did not exert any beneficial effects on stroke risk in this population.