August 2000 Issue
Vitamin E May Protect Against Memory Loss
High intakes of vitamin E from foods or supplements may reduce memory loss and other symptoms of cognitive decline, according to new findings from Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke’s Medical Center in Chicago. In a residential community of more than 6,000 people ages 65 and older, researchers measured cognitive function, such as the ability to recall details of a lengthy story and remembering paired items. Individual intakes of vitamin E from foods and supplements were then
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