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High Vitamin E Intake From Food Linked To 70% Alzheimer’s Risk Reduction

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The protective effect of food-based vitamin E against Alzheimer's disease may be strongest among individuals who lack a specific genetic risk factor for the condition, Chicago researchers report in the June 26 Journal of the American Medical Association

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