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04 August 2010

Vit B may not help stroke patients

B vitamins are safe, but they don't appear to protect those who have suffered a stroke from heart attacks or new strokes, a large study shows for the first time.

B vitamins are safe, but they don't appear to protect those who have suffered a stroke from heart attacks or new strokes, a large study shows for the first time.

The new findings, published in The Lancet Neurology, come in the wake of a study showing B vitamins don't protect people who've had heart attacks either.

 
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