Study: Vitamin E may help keep elderly fit

01/23/2008 | Yahoo!

Researchers found that elderly people with higher levels of vitamin E in their blood performed better in physical tests than those with lower levels of the vitamin. "We consistently found that a low concentration of vitamin E was associated with subsequent decline in physical function," the researchers said.

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