July 2003 Issue
Vitamin E, Beta-Carotene Supplements Fail Again
Vitamin E and beta-carotene supplements failed to protect against heart disease in new research from the Cleveland Clinic. Moreover, the results suggest beta-carotene might even be harmful in some cases.
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