Harvard Women's Health Watch

In the journals: No cardiovascular help from B vitamins in high-risk women

A study found that women at high risk for cardiovascular disease did not benefit from taking B vitamins, even though they lowered levels of homocysteine, which at high levels has been linked to cardiovascular trouble.
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