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February 2005 Issue

Folate May Fend Off High Blood Pressure

Women who get plenty of folate from foods or folic acid from supplements may have less risk of developing high blood pressure, suggest results from the Nursesí Health Study of more than 150,000 women. The benefit was especially true for younger women.

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