Harvard Heart Letter

Heart beat: Dietary vitamin E and heart failure

Men who consume the most vitamin E have an increased risk of heart failure, while those with the highest blood levels of vitamin C have a decreased heart-failure risk, an 11-year study of men age 60-79 finds

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