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Antioxidant Supplementation Found To Be Beneficial In Men, But Not Women

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Low-dose antioxidant therapy produced a protective effect against cancer and all-cause mortality in men who took supplements over the long term, according to a recent study in the Archives of Internal Medicine
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