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Vitamin E lowers all-cause and coronary disease mortality risk in elderly -- NIA study.

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VITAMIN E LOWERS ALL-CAUSE AND CORONARY DISEASE MORTALITY RISK in an epidemiology study conducted by National Institute on Aging researchers Katalin Losonczy et al. and published in the August issue of the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. Losonczy et al. looked at the association between the use of vitamin E and C supplements and mortality risk as well as whether vitamin C enhanced the effects of vitamin E.





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