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In Brief: Vitamin E study

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Vitamin E study: Diet with high levels of vitamin E appears to reduce oxidative damage resulting from aging in both the immune and neuroendocrine systems, Jeff Poulin et al. reported in a study in mice published in the May Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The researchers from the University of Arizona and the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Tucson concluded that "vitamin E prevented the observed age-related decline in anion transport by lymphocytes and the generation of aged band 3 leading to senescent cell antigen formation," which terminates the life of cells. The researchers also studied a high-beta carotene diet, which had "no significant effect," they said...
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