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Updated 15 January 2015

New research on vitamin C

Vitamin C supplements have been shown to reduce the risk of developing cataracts later in life.

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Vitamin C supplements have been shown to reduce the risk of developing cataracts later in life.

New research also shows that vitamin C may help prevent heart disease and cancer.

People who eat a diet rich in this vitamin may also be at lower risk of suffering strokes, and smokers who do so may benefit the most, research shows.

 
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