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Folic Acid Does Prevent Strokes, Lancet Meta-Analysis Says

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Folic acid supplementation reduces the risk of stroke by 25 percent over placebo in populations where folate fortification of grains is not required, whereas in countries with required fortification, the risk was reduced by 11 percent, according to a Lancet meta-analysis published June 2
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