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Vitamins E And C, Carotenoids Do Not Lower Stroke Risk In Men, Study Finds

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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The risk of stroke in a group of U.S. men did not seem to be substantially reduced as a result of taking supplements of vitamin E, vitamin C and specific carotenoids, Alberto Ascherio, MD, Harvard Medical/Brigham & Women's Hospital, et al., report in the June 14 Annals of Internal Medicine. The results are from a prospective observational study of stroke in 43,438 men enrolled in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study.

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